Andrew Daley


Could the horizons be broader for architecture unions?

Ten years of the Architecture Lobby have brought noise, melody, and everything in between.

“The building trades have leverage. Construction firms have leverage. The only people in the building industry that don’t have leverage are the ones who design the buildings,” David DiMaria said. “If architects don’t set those standards, there won’t be a floor. There has to be a cost for your work.”

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