Santa Fe (N.M.) Community College has broken ground on a 48,000-sf Health and Sciences Building that will replace several temporary portable...

August 11, 2010

Forest City Ratner of Cleveland has received approval from the New York State Public Authorities Control Board for its $4 billion Brooklyn proposed Atlantic Yards project. The development will include a basketball...

August 11, 2010

An energy-saving halogen alternative replaces colored incandescent reflector lamps. The 5,000-hour life of the Color-Par is about double that of most colored incandescent reflectors, says the manufacturer. The 35-watt and 50-...

August 11, 2010

A selection of exterior finishing products used by Hilton Hotels for its residential suites is available on CD-ROM, allowing the architects and building owners to see the results of the application of the EIFS products before...

August 11, 2010

Two new finishes, brushed chrome and oil-rubbed bronze, are available for patio door hardware in the Estate hardware line. The hardware is also available in bright brass, antique brass and polished chrome and on all Frenchwood...

August 11, 2010

Specifying carpet in demanding corporate environments is not a problem with three low-profile, loop coordinates that enhance aesthetics and withstand heavy-duty wear.

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August 11, 2010

The University of Minnesota is giving architect Frank Gehry a second chance to fulfill a dream by expanding the first art museum he designed in the U.S. Gehry will design a $10 million addition to the Weisman Art...

August 11, 2010

Acrylic-based TeifsBase field-mixed with Type I Portland cement creates TeifsBase Mix, which can be used to adhere wire mesh to wallboard and as an exterior finish over masonry or concrete. Available in a 60-lb. pail, the...

August 11, 2010

Concrete prices are still rising after lumber prices have fallen well below their peak 2004 prices and steel prices have stabilized.

This is a typical price pattern....

August 11, 2010