Developers and their project teams are recognizing the value of walkability, convenient neighborhood services, and tr...
Less stringent codes in northern parts of state linked to devastation.
A 'patient first' approach was the inspiration for the hospital’s design.
Kansas State University’s new College of Architecture Planning and Design places students at the center of the experi...
Erich Dohrer doesn’t want to talk about the “dead mall” or the great mall success story—he wants to talk about design...
The contract is not exclusive to the two firms, but it lets NAVFAC assign certain projects to them.
Nonresidential building could still add more than 90 million sf through 2020.
A closer look at new projects on three college campuses reveals more attention being paid to energy and water use....
Australian program recognized by WELL, claims compliance with LE.
Chicago-based CA Senior Living LLC is developing the project.
The developer is confident that the city will approve construction, which is scheduled to start next year.
FEMA dollars pay for reconstruction, but local decision-makers ignore climate change impacts.
The school will accommodate 900 students each year.
Construction is expected to begin soon.
In downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, a steel and glass tower gives rise to a dramatic cantilever over Richards St...
Of the 50 largest U.S. cities, Philadelphia is one of just six that still require metal pipes.
Can healthier, more sustainable buildings give employers a hiring edge to attract best in class talent?
The building was designed by a former RISD student.
Architects wanted a graphic treatment with a lot more pop for the third building in the complex.
The competition for great tenants has rarely been as fierce as it is today.
Provides incentives for communities to modernize and enforce codes.
Less than a decade ago, the city was devastated by four major earthquakes.
At the top of the list of challenges for the Sandia project was that the building’s walls were being constructed enti...
Clark Construction, in partnership with HKS Architects, in June broke ground on the University of California, San Diego’s Living and Learning Neighborhood at North Torrey Pines, a 1.5-million-sf, seven building mixed-use complex whose passive features include a modular micro-aerobic digester that will process food waste into biogas and fertilizer for community gardens. Courtesy Clark/HKS
Architecture firms are answering the call of local governments and institutional clients for higher standards in gree...
Studio One Eleven designed the tower.
The latest report from eSentire finds a total of 4 million “hostile events” against all sectors during the spring mon...
Professional and collegiate facilities invite fans to engage with the community.
To date, seven NICoE Spirit satellite centers have been built on the grounds of Fort Belvoir in Virginia, Camp Lejeun...
Mayors of 15 cities set goal of 185,000 new homes by 2030.
The hotel was originally designed as a cast-in-place concrete structure.