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Analysis of Practice

Your Profession, Your Story

Share your insight and shape the future of architecture

The fourth survey on Health, Safety, and Welfare is now open! Findings will influence updates to national licensing programs and standards. Everyone in the AEC industry is invited to participate.

The Analysis of Practice will help determine what’s next for the architecture profession. Your participation plays a critical role in ensuring it’s as forward-thinking as possible.

Fill out our Participant Questionnaire to be notified of additional opportunities to get involved.

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What is the Analysis of Practice?

NCARB’s Analysis of Practice will explore the current practice of architecture, as well as what’s on the horizon for the near future. Findings will shape how the regulation of architecture evolves. Over the next several months, we’ll be reaching out to you—the architects, designers, educators, and emerging professionals behind the built environment—to better understand your working life, how you collaborate with others, and where you see the profession going in the years ahead.

Why should I participate?

We understand that every project, firm, and career is unique, and the way you practice depends on a variety of factors—including your personal style. Help us get the biggest picture possible by sharing your perspectives, no matter where you are in your career.

Your insights will shape NCARB’s programs and initiatives over the next several years, as well as the way your local licensing board regulates practice and protects the public's health, safety, and welfare.

How can I get
involved?

Fill out our participation form! You’ll be included in our profession-wide survey in early 2022, and may receive invitations to additional research opportunities like online discussion boards, webinars, and more. Plus subscribe to our email list below to receive updates on the Analysis of Practice. You may hear from NCARB or our research partner, Alpine Testing Solutions.

Sign up for the Analysis of Practice of Architecture and share your insights and experiences.

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