Shovel Ready

Two entrepreneurs and brothers take urban development matters into their own hands. The result? Lured by a contest offering free rent, and the associated buzz, Birmingham's South Avondale finds itself in the midst of a cultural renaissance.
Oct 25, 2012   The Atlantic Cities
Work has been hard to find for many architects over the last year. But for architects doing federal work, the story is a bit different.
Sep 16, 2009   Architectural Record
While high speed rail and smart grid technology were used to sell the idea of the economic stimulus package, the majority of stimulus money in California is being spent on routine projects, according to new figures.
Aug 22, 2009   Los Angeles Times
Before officials get too excited about using stimulus money to repair the nation's infrastructure, they should carefully consider design, according to this oped.
Feb 5, 2009   The Orlando Sentinel
Accessory apartments benefit society and the economy, and it's time for tax credits to promote them, according to this oped from Patrick H. Hare and George W. Liebmann.
Feb 2, 2009   The Baltimore Sun