Workload levels out Architects' workloads seem to have peaked, but at a reassuringly high level. Offices are the healthiest sector RESEARCH BY MIRZA & NACEY.
Offices were the most exciting sector for the first quarter of 1999, the latest report on architects' workload from Mirza & Nacey shows. New commissions have risen by 23.4 per cent this quarter, to a total value of £6804 million. The researchers warn that 'the opportunity for cancellation or postponement of jobs at this early stage is significant' but add that the figures still represent 'a massive resurgence of the speculative developer as a generator of building work.'
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