From promotions in architecture and new roles in the arts to milestone retirements, there’s been a bit of everything happening across our creative industries in September.
Since the Nepal earthquakes of 2015, architect Neill Johanson of Davenport Campbell has been working to rebuild schools and support communities in Nepal’s remote regions. It’s a pro-bono project that has expanded from emergency efforts to a wider and longer-lasting vision.
NAWIC – otherwise known as the National Association of Women in Construction – held its Awards for Excellence in February, heralding the leaders of cultural change in construction and design.
Having just returned from building a school in the aftermath of Nepal’s earthquake, nine building professionals from Davenport Campbell share their experience and the impact it has had on the community.
Should technology-based systems replace humans as the central driver of design? The winning team at NAWIC’s 2018 Great Debate didn’t think so.
A look at the 2018 NAWIC Awards for Excellence proves that there is plenty of innovation and inspirational leadership being done by women in construction.
Returning for the first time in years, the NAWIC Great Debate was a forceful, no-holds-barred tête-à-tête between the local design industry’s most critical thinkers.