The Key Differences Between Revit and AutoCad

The AEC industry has not been the same since the introduction of AutoCAD in the late ’80s. The program is still widely used by architects and engineers to create designs for construction projects. AutoCAD has received quite a lot of…

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architects code

Why Should Architects Learn to Code?

Coding is a skill that continues to grow in demand as technology becomes an integral part of our lives. While the construction industry is slow to adopt technology in its operations, programming has proven to be of benefit in architecture….

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US Handiss Spotlight - Robert Jimenez

Handiss Spotlight: Robert Jimenez – Architectural Designer

Handiss Spotlight: Robert Jimenez – Architectural Designer Robert’s experience has ranged from providing concept designs to schematic designs all the way through construction documents and project administration. Clients he has dealt with range from fortune 500 companies such as Nike,…

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US Handiss Spotlight - Memosh Elefandi

Handiss Spotlight: Memosh Elefandi – Architect & Designer

Handiss Spotlight: Memosh Elefandi – Architect & Designer Memosh is an Architect Project Lead and Designer with 8+ years of experience in residential & commercial projects. He has been involved in all project stages, from conceptual design development through construction…

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Market Network Architecture Engineering

The Market Network for Architecture & Engineering is Coming

The Market Network for Architecture & Engineering is Coming Lack of easy access to talent is costly to small and medium architecture and engineering firms. As a result, projects suffer, and so do prospects for business growth. After all, a…

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Handiss Spotlight - Joseph Passa

Handiss Spotlight: Joseph Passa – Architect & Business Owner

Handiss Spotlight: Joseph Passa – Architect & Business Owner Joseph Passa is an architect and owner at Passa Associates since 1993. He has a vast experience in a range of building design including institutional, educational, commercial, recreational, residential and industrial…

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Handiss Spotlight - Jon kostyniuk

Handiss Spotlight: Jon Kostyniuk – Traffic and Transportation Engineer

Handiss Spotlight: Jon Kostyniuk – Traffic and Transportation Engineer Jon has over 15 years of experience in the fields of transportation and electrical engineering. His primary technical expertise lies in development, calibration, application of multi-resolution, and multi-model mobility models for…

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Beirut Grain Silos

How a Building Shielded a City

How a Building Shielded a City How did the grain silos survive Beirut’s blast enough to preserve their form? On August 6 1945, The Genbaku Dome was the only structure left standing near the center of Hiroshima after the atomic…

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Start your architecture business

How to Start your own Architecture Firm

How to Start your own Architecture Firm Do you want to start your own architecture firm? It’s not for every architect you know. Most architects spend their entire careers working for companies large and small without ever going out on…

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Tips for Entry Level Engineers and Architects during COVID-19

Tips for Entry Level Engineers and Architects during COVID-19

Tips for Entry Level Engineers and Architects during COVID-19 While engineers and architects around the world are reeling from the primary shockwave of the coronavirus recession, recent graduates in the field are witnessing unanticipated disruptions to their career plans with…

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