Navigate current business conditions, make smarter decisions, and prep for the future with AIA’s business intelligence.
Updated in 2017, the biannual AIA Compensation Report gives you access to salary data for 39 architecture firm positions in 26 states, 25 metro areas, and 17 cities. You’ll get an exclusive look at industry salary trends and expert analysis on where the market is headed, as well as information on workplace culture and the employee benefits, perks, and incentives that firms are offering to attract and retain top talent.
Maximize your firm’s performance through benchmarking and insights on trends affecting your bottom line.
AIA Small Firm Compensation Report
The first-ever AIA Small Firm Compensation Report is dedicated to the unique needs and structure of small architecture firms.
Firm Survey Report: The Business of Architecture 2016
AIA Firm Survey provides metrics and insights covering business practices, firm performance, and trends.
AIA Client Insights Report
Providing data that drives business, deepens client relationships, and prepares you for the demands of your next project
AIA Home Design Trends Survey
Discover some of the emerging trends in kitchen and bath features in the latest HDTS.
Get the market intelligence and insights you need to navigate the future of the design profession and industry.
Anticipate future opportunity and challenges by putting AIA’s economic data to work for you.
Architecture Billings Index
AIA’s monthly Architecture Billings Index (ABI) is a leading economic indicator for nonresidential construction activity.
Consensus Construction Forecast
The Consensus Construction Forecast, compiled from top nonresidential construction forecasters, projects business conditions in the construction industry over the next 12–18 months.
AIA State Economic Profiles
Use this collection of economic indicators by state to help make better business decisions in your area.
Economic & industry resources
Looking to make better business decisions and plans for the future? Compare trends within the industry through the primary data sources below that include information pertinent to the profession.