Thanks to everyone we met at the AIA 2015 National Convention. We made a list of the most interesting, insightful, and (a little) irreverent tweets from the event…
Architecture started as a male-dominated profession, and it still is. What can we do about it? For starters, we can debunk Hollywood’s stereotypes and stop idolizing the industry’s “superstars.”
In honor of next week’s American Institute of Architects National Convention, here are 11 fun facts about architects and architecture.
Congratulations to the iSqFt team, who won 3rd Place in the 20th Annual Houston AGC/AIA Golf Tournament! The event raised $35,000 for the ACE Mentor Program, which mentors high school students and inspires them to pursue careers in architecture, engineering, and construction. The program has also awarded over $14 million in scholarships and grants since 1994.
We put together the “Green Edition” of our iSqFt Nuts & Bolts newsletter. Check it out and let us know about your thoughts on green construction trends.
The construction industry is constantly working to improve its effect on the environment by decreasing carbon footprints, using green construction practices, taking advantage of technology, and making technological advances.
iSqFt Training & Development Manager Ken Y. shares his advice for entrepreneurs: There’s more to business than finding work and managing projects.
We had a great time at the AGC 2015 Convention and wanted to share our thoughts on the best tips, trends, and advice that was shared at the event.
One employees in the construction industry rank #1 for job satisfaction? “We built that.” We all want to feel like what we do for a living matters – and what better way to get that sense of worth than to point to a towering glass skyscraper or the beauty of intricately detailed woodwork or even a smooth, pothole-free road.
Ken Y., iSqFt Training & Development Manager, shares his perspective on bid tracking and why everyone should do it. Estimating and bidding projects is among the biggest investments you make as a company, and it’s critical that you get it right.