Donald J. Anderson, Jr., S8

Commercial and infrastructure division manager Fugro Consultants LP Houston

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August 11, 2010

Have you ever fallen in love with one of your projects? Truly, deeply in love? Larry Speck has. “Halfway through construction, I said, Damn, this is nice!” says Speck, referring to the Austin City Lofts....

August 11, 2010

The typical hotel business guest has a laptop, a BlackBerry, a cell phone, an iPod, and a disdain for boring hotels designed for the way people traveled 40 years ago. They expect hotels to reflect the way they live...

August 11, 2010

Structural insulated panels, commonly referred to as SIPs, have been used in the construction of single-family homes for more than 40 years. But only recently has the technology really caught on in the...

August 11, 2010

Originally constructed in 1904 as the training facility for the U.S. men's Olympic team, the University of Chicago's Bartlett Hall, a neo-Gothic limestone structure in the heart of the campus, last year was...

August 11, 2010


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Although North American green building practices and technology have come a long way in the past 15 years, it's my...




August 11, 2010

For Judge Walter J. Gex III, the completion last August of the Dan M. Russell, Jr. United States Courthouse complex in Gulfport, Miss., was justice long delayed. The project, which replaced a leased "nightmare" of a...

August 11, 2010

In exclusive interviews with Building Design+Construction, experts at the top three hospitality design firms (combined 2006 hotel billings: $164.81 million) offer their perspectives on the booming global hotels...

August 11, 2010

What images are evoked by the words "government building"? Some might think of grand, historic symbols such as the U.S. Capitol or the U.S. Supreme Court building. But the words may also bring to mind the large, stark, often...

August 11, 2010