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AIA Fine Tunes Contract Documents with 2017 Release

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Modest Rebound in AIA’s Architecture Billings Index

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AIA Index Shows Modest Improvement In Nonresidential Construction

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AIA Award Recognizes Educational Facilities

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AIA's Architecture Billings Index Improves But Remains Weak

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AIA's Architecture Billings Index Shows Steep Decline

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AIA Projects Significant Downturn in Nonresidential Construction Activity Through 2010

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AIA's Architecture Billings Index Shows Modest Decline

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AIA's Architecture Billings Index Shows Early Signs of Improving Business Conditions

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The American Institute of Architects Announces the 2009 COTE Top Ten Green Projects

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GBI And AIA Team Sign Agreement To Promote Sustainable Buildings

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AIA's Construction Index Continues to Decline

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AIA's Nonresidential Construction Activity Forecast Remains At Historically Low Levels

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AIA Predicts Steep Decline For Nonresidential Construction Activity In 2009

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AIA's Real Estate Index Drops to Historic Low

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AIA to Release New Project Delivery Documents for BIM

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Commercial Building Index Remains Negative

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AIA's Construction Index Gains Momentum, but Still Remains Negative

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Nonresidential Construction Will Drop Modestly in 2008, Followed by Severe Drop in 2009

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AIA: Construction Forecast Inches Upward, But Remains Weak

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Signs of a Slump: Architecture Billings Index Drops Nearly Five Points

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AIA: Construction Inquiries Show Modest Increase in December

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Architecture Billings Index Rebounds Slightly from Downturn

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Architects Seeing Surge in Green Building Requests, Survey Finds

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Architecture Billings Index Drops Again, Fears in Residential Credit Market Blamed

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Construction Demand Returns to More Modest Growth, AIA Says

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Public Unware That Buildings are a Major Source of Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Survey Shows

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Construction Demand Grows Again, AIA Says

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AIA's Construction Index Surges in June

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AIA: Significant Increase in Nonresidential Construction Activity Expected in 2007

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AIA's Construction Index Ends 2006 with Highest Mark of the Year

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Industry Leaders Launch Plans to Eliminate Building Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 2030

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Architects Renew Push for Interoperability

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Building Energy Policies Gain Support from Al Gore