Architectural bills have been one of the hottest trends in the architecture world since the end of the 20th century.
In 2018, there were more than 3,000 architectural billings indexed in the Architectural Billing Index (ABI).
As a result, there are now more than 5,000 bills being indexed.
The 2018 index shows that the number of architectural billing indexes has grown by almost 60% since 2000.
The index is the world’s largest and has been growing steadily since 2000, peaking at almost 7,000 indexes in 2018.
The total number of indexes increased from more than 2,200 in 2000 to more than 1,600 in 2018, according to a statement from the ABI.
The ABI’s 2018 index, however, did not include all of the architectural bills that were not indexed.
While the number has grown, so has the number that have been indexed.
Since 2016, there have been more than 12,000 billings that have not been indexed, according a statement by the ABL.
For more information on the Architecture Billing index, check out the index’s 2018 report.
The 2017 report shows that there were 9,100 billings and that the average indexed billing was $1.08 million.
The average billing in 2018 was $2.24 million, and the index is up 3% since the 2017 report.
A new study by the University of California, Berkeley and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) also found that the total number and number of bills indexed in 2017 was almost 2,000.
This means that the 2017 index of architectural bills was more than 10% higher than the index of 2017 billings.
A similar trend has been observed in 2017.
The new report shows there were 3,200 billings for the year, an increase of nearly 50% from 2017.
For example, the index increased from 1,500 in 2017 to 2,100 in 2018 and an increase from 4,400 in 2017 for a total of 8,100 bills.
Another recent study, by the AIA and the AEC, found that an average bill of $1,500 was indexed in 2018 with the average bill price of $2,600.
For some, the increase in bill prices is an indication of the increasing interest in the architectural design profession.
For others, it’s an indication that the cost of a house is no longer the sole determining factor for how much a home can be priced.
The AIA’s 2018 Report on Architecture and Design, which was released last week, found there was a “significant shift in the number and price structure of architectural architectural bills.”
The report found that “architecture bills have increased rapidly since 2000 as a result of the increased availability of software-based billing and a greater interest in incorporating architectural design into construction and financing decisions.”
It also found “a marked shift in how the total amount of architectural design fees paid by architects has changed over time, particularly over the last decade and a half.”
According to the ABA, “Architectural architects pay an average of $3.5 million per year in fees for architectural design services, representing a 20% increase over the 1990s.
This increase in the total fee paid by architectural architects has not resulted in a corresponding decrease in the amount of the fee that is actually paid by developers.”