Clark Nexsen has joined the AIA’s Large Firm Roundtable, an independent entity comprised of more than 50 of America’s largest architecture firms. Together, these firms represent 30,000 employees and tens of billions of dollars in annual construction value. The LFRT serves as a forum for leaders from these firms to discuss and share valuable insights on trends relevant to the design profession.
“One of our priorities at Clark Nexsen is to be forward-focused, constantly looking for opportunities to innovate or work more efficiently,” said Clymer Cease, FAIA, Chairman of Clark Nexsen’s Board of Directors and representative at the LFRT. “Being part of the AIA Large Firm Roundtable is all about sharing ideas and best practices so our entire industry improves.”
The LFRT meets twice a year and reviews topics such as leadership development, marketing and business development, major design and construction industry trends, and more. To join the LFRT, member firms must have a minimum of 150 staff members, at least 50 of whom must be registered architects who are also AIA members.
About the American Institute of Architects
The American Institute of Architects is a professional society of more than 90,000 members with component organizations at the national, state, and local levels. Providing advocacy, professional development, and public outreach, the AIA empowers design professionals to complete their best work and positively impact the world through architecture. Founded in 1857, the organization is headquartered in Washington, DC and has more than 260 chapters around the world.