RMJM boss: architecture dominated by white middle aged men – Building

Peter Morrison says industry must lose its “old boy’s club” image

The architectural industry is dominated by white middle aged men and needs to shed its “old boy’s club” image, according to the head of one of the largest architectural firms in the UK.

Peter Morrison, chief executive of RMJM, said the profession should become more open to women and people from black and ethnic minority groups.

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Estate Gardens by ValleyCrest Launches in Dallas

ValleyCrest Companies, the leading national full-service landscape firm with $1 billion in revenue, today announced that they will be re-branding the residential design-build efforts in the Dallas area under the Estate Gardens by ValleyCrest name. Providing seamless design-build services, Estate Gardens by ValleyCrest offers luxury residential landscape services to homeowners, architects, developers and building contractors.

SOURCE (PRNEWSWIRE.com) – Estate Gardens by ValleyCrest Launches in Dallas.

Jordan initiates environmental forum to tackle urban challenges_English_Xinhua

Jordan will host the Eco-Cities of the Mediterranean Forum 2008 scheduled to open on Oct. 18 with aims to tackle urban environmental issues and promote environment-friendly practices across the Mediterranean region, local daily The Jordan Times reported Wednesday.

SOURCE: XinhuaJordan initiates environmental forum to tackle urban challenges_

Jordan initiates environmental forum to tackle urban challenges_English_Xinhua

Jordan will host the Eco-Cities of the Mediterranean Forum 2008 scheduled to open on Oct. 18 with aims to tackle urban environmental issues and promote environment-friendly practices across the Mediterranean region, local daily The Jordan Times reported Wednesday.

SOURCE: XinhuaJordan initiates environmental forum to tackle urban challenges_

Reimagining Cities after Oil – UPenn – 7-8 November

This ground-breaking symposium has been organized to address the role of urban design in the face of one of the most profound and important challenges facing global society: the need to re-imagine and rethink how cities are designed and organized in a future without the plentiful and abundant oil upon which prosperous urban economies have been built.

More information at UPenn Symposium Website

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