LJWorld.com reports “The office at 315 Houston St. will be managed by Janelle Phillips, a graduate of both Kansas State University and Kansas University. Phillips will be responsible for client development and project management.”
[SOURCE: LJWorld.com / Landplan opens office in Manhattan]
Pittsburgh Business Times reports “Only a little more than a month after an earlier round of job cuts, Butler-based Burt Hill laid off nearly 50 people Thursday from its international studio office located Downtown.”
read the full article at the SOURCE: Pittsburgh Business Times –Architecture firm Burt Hill cuts 50 jobs in Pittsburgh office; Dubai slowdown blamed ]
The American Surveyor Magazine reports “Langan Engineering & Environmental Services, a premier land development engineering and environmental consulting firm, has announced the opening of a new office in Arlington, Virginia. The latest Langan office will provide the firm’s integrated suite of geotechnical, site/civil, and environmental engineering services to developers, property owners, architects, and corporate clients throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region.”
[SOURCE: The American Surveyor Magazine – Land Surveying and Mapping Online].
“Consultants and contractors shed staff in wake of collapsing real estate sector.
Dubai-based consultants and contractors are now laying off thousands of staff, as increasing numbers of projects are being shelved in the wake of the collapse of the real estate sector.”
read the full article @ the [SOURCE: MEED – Dubai-based firms announce thousands of redundancies].
Pamela Buxton of Building Design reports
“US architect Paul Nakazawa found his forte was coaching others to make the most of their talents. With a client list including Morphosis and OMA, here he talks to Pamela Buxton about how to survive the downturn”
read the full article @ the [SOURCE: Building Design – Nakazawa’s practical magic]
Arabian Business reports
“Disputes between contractors and developers over unpaid contracts in the UAE are close to “breaking point” as liquidity dries up in the real estate market, according to a construction lawyer in the country.”
read the full article @ the SOURCE ArabianBusiness.com – ‘Significant’ rise seen in UAE contract disputes