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MADCAD.com, a leader in providing codes and standards online for the AEC industry, is addressing this problem with the launch of a new initiative to provide affordable, comprehensive libraries to SFx members, with the goal of helping small architectural firms better support compliance and safety.



The SFx Instagram is highlighting the great work of small firm practitioners around the country. The Editorial Team will post up to 4 high-quality images from an individual member. Follow us on Instagram and submit your work to be featured.



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We're researching the variety and commonalities in existing small firm models, with the goal of providing meaningful insight and analysis. 
The 2018 survey is closed and a new dashboard is in now avalable to explore the results.

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  • The Small Firm Exchange has curated a lineup of workshops, seminars, and events most relevant to small firm leaders at this year’s AIA Conference on Architecture. This collection of education and networking opportunities is tailored to help small firms – to address challenges ...

  • An interview with Anne Fougeron FAIA By Mark English, AIA If you want to be an architect, you've got to go out there and look at real buildings. Since 1985, FOUGERON ARCHITECTURE is a nationally recognized design firm whose work exhibits a strong commitment to clarity ...

  • Submissions are due November 12, before 5pm ET 2018 Small Project Award recipient Sonoma weeHouse designed by Alchemy Architects. Image: Geoffrey C.Warner   Small projects with big impact ...