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Latest Nevada Architects & Engineers Industry Feature
Industry Focus: Architects & Engineers
By John Seelmeyer
Like roadsters cruising across the desert at 80-something mph, Nevada’s architectural and engineering firms slammed hard on the brakes when the COVID-19 pandemic threw up a roadblock last spring.
Now that traffic is moving again, some lanes are moving faster than others. Business is recovering at most firms, but executives don’t expect a full recovery until 2021.
Architects and engineers rely entirely on the confidence their clients have in the future. As developers feel better about the future course of the economy, things get busier for surveyors, planning consultants, civil engineers, and architects.
Edward Vance, the founder and chief executive officer of Ed Vance & Associates Architects in Las Vegas, notes that most of the projects beginning design today will be ready for occupancy a couple of years from now – late 2021 at the earliest. [Read More]
Recent Nevada Architects & Engineers Industry Features
Industry Focus: Architects & Engineers: Like the fellow who narrowly escaped drowning, executives of architectural and engineering firms in Nevada are really cautious as they venture back into the water. [Read More]
Carefully Planned: Architects and Engineers in Nevada
Like the fellow who narrowly escaped drowning, executives of architectural and engineering firms in Nevada are really cautious as they venture back into the water. Obviously, industry executives are thrilled they’re landing a steady stream of new work as the development and construction sectors come back to life but, they’re wary of once again getting into deep water too quickly. That was the misstep that brought many architectural and engineering firms to the edge of calamity in 2008 and 2009. [Read More]
Industry Focus: Architects and Engineers
Architects and engineers in the Silver State are cautiously optimistic about their industries. Working through a variety of issues as a result of the recession, executives nonetheless indicated that their businesses were experiencing growth and the industry is gaining stability. [Read More]
Industry Blueprint: The New Normal for Architects and Engineers
The construction industry is still rebuilding after the recession. One of the hardest hit industries, construction employment declined nationally by 13.7 percent during the downturn, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. [Read More]
Back to Basics: Architects and Engineers in Nevada
It may not usher in the booming economy that Nevadans were basking in just a short decade ago, but architects and engineers around the Silver State say they expect to see the appearance of a light at the end of the recession tunnel this year. [Read More]
Nevada Architects and Engineers Resources
Nevada State Board of Professional Engineers & Land Surveyors: The Nevada Board of Engineers provides the information and process through which licensing as a Professional Engineer, Professional Land Surveyor, and certification of Engineer Intern and Land Surveyor Intern is possible.
American Institute of Architects Las Vegas: Individuals who are licensed to practice architecture in the United states are invited to be a part of the leading organization representing the interests of the profession, The American Institute of Architects (AIA).
Nevada State Board of Architecture, Interior Design and Residential Design: The Nevada State Board of Architecture, Interior Design and Residential Design (NSBAIDRD) is responsible for the administration, regulation and enforcement of the professions of architecture, registered interior design and residential design in Nevada.
Nevada State Board of Landscape Architecture: The Mission of the Nevada State Board of Landscape Architecture is to protect the public health, safety and welfare by ensuring that those entering the professional practice and using the title of Landscape Architecture meet standards of competency by means of education, examination and experience.