As Baby Boomer owners of architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) companies near retirement, many are finding that the second tier of leaders may not be the best option for transitioning ownership. Instead, an increasing number of owners are selling externally to ensure...Read More
If you are an architect or engineer and you need training of any kind, myriad sources of information are available. Architects can look first to the American Institute of Architects (AIA). If not there, they can always turn to one of the for-profit A/E industry consulting firms...Read More
Everyone knows what a Principal is: a strong performer in a firm leadership and stewardship role. Typically, it refers to a stock ownership level, but not always. How we define “strong performer,” and “leadership role,” however, has evolved over the years. Many architects who...Read More
AEBL brings A/E/C professionals together to support and strengthen their business and leadership skills. Our sole focus is filling the gap that most practitioners face between the professional skills they learned and the leadership skills they need in order to be successful managers and owners. By opening events to practitioners from a range of fields and at all levels of their careers, we facilitate interactions that don’t happen in any other business setting. Our education and networking events are led by fellow practitioners, not consultants, supporting invaluable peer-to-peer learning. An unbiased, not-for-profit, member-supported organization, AEBL brings unique value to participants at all stages of their career.