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    Architects are offering supplemental services as a way of staying afloat in a tough economy.

  • Across the Institute

    Kansas City; Birmingham; Daegu, South Korea; and Orlando

  • Big Changes Ahead

    The NAHB's new board chairman, Bob Nielson, calls on architects to engage the mortgage crisis.

  • Making the Ideal More Real

    The definition of ''humanitarian design'' is still in flux, even if its practice proliferates.

  • NAHB National Green Building Conference Schedule

    Workshops include green for remodeling and multifamily, lending and appraisals, marketing, and high-performance building.

  • National Green Building Conference Comes to Raleigh, N.C., May 16-18

    Conference schedule includes an array of educational sessions, special events, and networking opportunities

  • Product Review: Clothes Washers

    Special cycles, smart sensors, and new designs help the latest crop of washers save more energy and water than ever before.

  • Cap, Trade System Powers Up $5.3 Million for Businesses

    Jun. 17--New Hampshire's innovative cap-and-trade system to curb greenhouse gases has generated plenty of attention, but now it's getting ready to generate something better: Millions of dollars.