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AIA Florida News Archive

Displaying the last 180 days of AIA Florida news.

6/17/2020

How the Coronavirus Will Reshape Architecture (The New Yorker)

6/15/2020

The Lodge at Wakulla Springs nominated for best historic hotels in Florida (WCTV)

6/11/2020

Corps Proposes $4.6B Plan to Steel Miami for Storm Surge (Engineering News Record)

6/9/2020

How Architecture Could Help Us Adapt to the Pandemic (The New York Times)

5/27/2020

We Need a Rational Approach to Reopening (Harvard Business Review)

Hurricane 2020: Seven things to know about a hurricane season like no other (Tampa Bay Times)

5/20/2020

Architecture billings continue historic contraction (AIA National)

5/18/2020

Florida Chamber predicting a swift economic recovery after Q2 (Florida Politics)

5/13/2020

April Unemployment Data Shows Significant Job Losses in Construction, Manufacturing, and Retail (Architectural Digest)

5/12/2020

DeSantis banking on federal stimulus money as he puts Florida budget on hold (Orlando Sentinel)

5/11/2020

Coronavirus: Florida reopens barbershops, hair and nail salons (The Ledger)

5/5/2020

Florida makes plans for dealing with COVID-19 in a hurricane (AP News)

4/30/2020

Florida Takes A 'Baby Step' To Reopening Its Economy, Shut Down To Stem Coronavirus (NPR)

4/7/2020

AIA task force launches tool for assessing COVID-19 alternate care sites (AIA.org)

4/2/2020

What's in store for hurricane season 2020? Forecasters expect 'above average' storm activity. (USA Today)

4/1/2020

Read Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' executive order for 30-day 'Safer-At-Home' period (Tallahassee Democrat)

3/13/2020

AIA postponing Conference on Architecture 2020 (AIA National)

2/26/2020

Florida’s first climate czar is leaving to be Trump’s homeland security advisor (Tampa Bay Times)

2/21/2020

Mitigation Assessment Team Report: Hurricane Michael in Florida (FEMA.gov)

2/7/2020

Deregulate it? Florida lawmakers aim to boost employment by cutting licensing requirements (Tallahassee Democrat)

2/4/2020

Will the White House Order New Federal Architecture To Be Classical? (Architectural Record)

1/30/2020

Amid affordable housing shortage, Florida lawmakers could divert housing funds again (Orlando Sentinal)

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