The year has begun with a focus on quality – and the lack of it. ACA President John Held considers what architects and the ACA can do to improve the quality of the built environment.
In the wake of the Opal Tower debacle, Michael Hegarty explores the role of the Clerk of Works, and the need to return this key project role to Australian construction sites.
The ACA and the Institute have joined forces to run a National Digital Capability Survey. Please take the time to fill in our seven-minute survey.
The ACA - WA Committee will welcome in the new year with an informal breakfast for members and sponsors at one of Perth's best cafes.
The Queensland government recently issued a series of reforms to improve security of payment for subcontractors. Risk Manager Cordilia Thomas looks at the detail.
Sarah Lebner reviews her experience of preparing for maternity leave while balancing her responsibilities as a principal architect.
Business courses, development programs and mentoring opportunities have helped motivate a reassessment and continual improvement approach for Rosalie Pech Eva.
As the year draws to a close, we take a brief look at the changes made to the Architects Award this year.
The ACA – WA Committee is delighted to announce its calendar of events for 2019. More details will be provided in the new year.
The ACA – SA Committee is delighted to announce its calendar of events for 2019. Put the dates in your diaries! More details to come.
Continue learning after the ACA Insight National Webinars – download the presentations here.
The ACA is pleased to announce the launch of version 2 of the ACA Architects’ Time/Cost Calculator.