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01.17.23

Nonresidential Construction Spending Expected to Moderate Through 2024

Construction spending will moderate in 2023 and slow significantly in 2024, according to a new report from the American Institute of Architects (AIA)....
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12.23.22

An Important Announcement for AIA Illinois Members

It is with regret that I write to inform you that AIA Illinois Executive Director, Stacey Pfingsten, has advised the Executive Committee of her decision to relocate back to New Orleans for personal reasons....
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12.14.22

Demand for Design Services Continues to Slow: Architecture Billings Index November 2022

Demand for design services from architecture firms continued to decrease in November, according to a new report from The American Institute of Architects (AIA)....
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12.12.22

Pullman National Monument and State Historic Site receives AIA Illinois 2022 President’s Award

AIA Illinois announces Pullman National Monument and State Historic Site as the recipient of the 2022 President’s Award as part of the AIA Illinois Honor Awards....
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12.12.22

AIA Chicago Announces the 2022 Presidential Citation Recipients

The Presidential Citation, awarded annually by the chapter President, has recognized individuals who have given outstanding service to the chapter, with a special emphasis given during the tenure of the sitting president....
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12.12.22

AIA Chicago Announces the 2022 Distinguished Service Award Recipients

Since 1955, the AIA Chicago Board of Directors has recognized individuals and organizations who have given outstanding service to the Chicago architectural community as a whole, including service to the profession, public service, and education....
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