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Commercial Conversation #63

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Construction demand is strong, but labor availability continues to be limited.

Construction demand is strong, but labor availability continues to be limited.

We return from our holiday hiatus to talk about new BOMA’s updated Energy Performance Contracting Model, AIA’s new design-build contract forms, continued construction growth, and a very unhappy architect critic. Gary L. Parr is editorial director of Commercial Architecture magazine, and Paul Nutcher is president of Green Apple Group.

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Updated BOMA model
BOMA Updates Its Groundbreaking Energy Performance Contracting Model, Karen Penafiel, National Real Estate Investor

AIA expands contract library
AIA Releases Six Design-Build Forms as Part of Contract Docs Expansion, American Institute of Architects

Not happy with architects
Cerebral, self-absorbed, tepid, dull and decorous, Catherine Slessor, DeZeen magazine

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