The Association of Consulting Architects is conducting a fourth “pulse check” survey of the effect of the pandemic on the architecture industry.
The latest survey, which will be the last for 2020, seeks to understand the effect the federal budget will have on architecture practices.
Previous surveys conducted by the ACA have revealed billions of dollars worth of projects have been cancelled or put on hold and around 60 percent of responding practices are receiving the Job Keeper wage subsidy.
The latest survey asks practice whether their cancelled or on hold work has returned and whether practices will be taking advantage of the tax incentives announced in the budget such as the instant asset write-off, the loss carry-back scheme, and the Job Maker credit scheme.
The survey also seeks general feedback on the federal budget’s impact on the industry.
To complete the survey, click here.
Source: Architecture - architectureau