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Architects Journal

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  • Let the good times roll


    Architects' workloads are still on the rise, with some figures approaching the all-time peaks of the late 1980s
  • The latest workload survey gives a mixed picture, with opinion divided over whether a downturn is on the way or not Recession or not?


    The aj/Mirza & Nacey Architects' Workload Survey, sponsored by Stannah Lifts, is a quarterly look at conditions culled from a survey of architects' offices. In existence since the 1960s, the survey derives its statistics from the responses to questionnaires sent to one in four private architectural practices in the uk. Within the aj, we will publish general figures every three months, and each quarter we will look in detail at two of the eight sectors defined in the survey: private ...
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