Five award-winning practices have submitted their proposals in a competition to create a new Clore Learning Centre at the RIBA’s Grade II* listed headquarters 66 Portland Place.
Six projects have been shortlisted, including a converted factory art venue, a house mimicking an upturned ship’s hull and a forestry centre built from timber grown on site
Optimism swells among large practices in July survey.
Architects’ confidence recovers some lost ground in July 2017 Future Trends survey
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Chair of the RIBA’s Expert Advisory Group on Grenfell, Jane Duncan, responds to the publication of Terms of Reference
The Royal Institute of British Architects has announced the shortlist for the RIBA Client of the Year 2017.
If your staff aren’t interested and engaged, their productivity levels will drop and you will run the risk of losing them from your practice. It makes sense to invest some time and resources in keeping your staff happy and motivated.
So how do you keep your staff interested, engaged and encourage them to stay? By showing them you care and investing in their professional development.