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4.26.2021

RECOVERY GAINING STEAM MOVING INTO 2021

The A/E/C industry continues to recover nicely as coronavirus vaccinations continue to roll out. Employment rates almost match late 2019 levels, and in a few more months “it looks..

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3.26.2021

5 TIPS TO MAKE 2021 THE YEAR TO SELL YOUR FIRM

The M&A market is very hot right now, with buyers aggressively pursuing acquisitions, so is 2021 the right time to sell your firm? “Yes, but it depends on how your company fared..

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3.18.2021

WFH BECOMES THE LATEST A/E/C CHALLENGE

Is the bloom off the rose for the work-from-home movement? Mike Complita thinks so. In the early days of the pandemic, many A/E/C firms were pleasantly surprised by how well they..

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2.12.2021

‘COLLECTIVE’ REDESIGNS PROCESS, DELIVERS VALUE

While collaborating in late 2019 on a high-end, single-family home reconstruction in Southeastern Connecticut, architect Hope Proctor and interior designer Caryn Paradis had a..

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1.15.2021

Recent A/E/C Mergers and Acquisitions in the News

  Here’s a recap of some of the latest A/E/C mergers and acquisitions that have been announced in recent weeks. January 13, 2021 – Full-service architecture, engineering, and..

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1.15.2021

Looking for Growth in All the Wrong Places…

With a lingering pandemic, ongoing market volatility, and time that just keeps marching on, you aren’t alone if you are wondering if this is a good time to consider selling your..

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1.7.2021

SOME DETAILS—STILL NO FIRM DATE FOR SECOND-ROUND OF PPP

If your firm has experienced a 25 percent or greater revenue drop in any 2020 quarter compared to 2019 and have used the full amount of the its first-draw Paycheck Protection..

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