Jamye Harrison joins Arcadis

Arcadis, a global design and consultancy organisation for natural and built assets, has announced the appointment of Jamye Harrison to its Smart Cities team as global solutions lead. Harrison has over 25 years of experience that spans strategy, public policy, design and delivery in transport, infrastructure and smart cities. He joins Arcadis from WSP, where he led the […]

Why project-based ERP leads to success

Why does a practice need project-based ERP? Well, if there’s one overwhelming truism about architecture and design practices, it’s that invariably they were established by people whose expertise is not business. Architects, designers and engineers study to follow their passion, which is design. When it comes to setting up in practice, there is a whole […]

Chewing over the challenges of running a profitable practice

A group of architecture industry practitioners came together recently to discuss the challenges facing their individual practices and how they are able to remain profitable in the current economic climate. A team from Deltek, the global provider of enterprise software and information solutions for project-based businesses, hosted the lunch to spend some time with their key […]

Announcing MINI LIVING – INVERT 3.0

green magazine has announced its third MINI collaboration: MINI LIVING – INVERT 3.0. The previous two iterations have challenged our understandings of how and where we live in urban environments, and MINI LIVING – INVERT 3.0 continues this legacy. This year, the exhibition will focus on laneways, which are common to the suburbs of most Australian […]

Nominations open for grand designs in Port Phillip

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