The Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI), the third-party certification body for the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) green building rating system, and Bureau Veritas SA, a leading global testing, inspection and...

August 1, 2014

DENVER (July 29, 2014) – Johns Manville (JM) today announced they would merge their American, European and Asian activities for Engineered Products into one global business unit. JM’s Engineered Products business...

August 1, 2014

Since 2008, 13 municipalities have filed for bankruptcy. With Detroit’s bankruptcy trial approaching, and many other cities still struggling to recover from the Great Recession, personal finance social network WalletHub crunched the numbers to...

August 1, 2014

The LEED Dynamic Plaque could aid certified buildings in maintaining performance with up-to-date information about water and energy use, waste reduction efforts, occupant experience, and other green performance categories. The USGBC released the...

July 31, 2014

The Gypsum Association released updates to both GA-221 Repair of Joint Ridging and ...

July 31, 2014

The City Council of Cambridge, Mass., approved the Building Energy Usage and Disclosure Ordinance (BEUDO) that requires benchmarking and disclosure of building energy performance for large commercial, institutional, and multifamily buildings...

July 31, 2014

A long-delayed $1.5 billion mixed-use development in Miami moved ahead after city planners approved the project’s first phase. Phase one of Miami Worldcenter will feature three mostly residential towers of varying heights, a shopping complex, and...

July 31, 2014
RNL has announced the election of Dominic Weilminster, AIA, senior associate, and John Yonushewski, FAIA, chief operating officer, to the firm’s board of directors. 
 
“The election of Dominic and John reflects...
July 31, 2014

An analysis of Dun & Bradstreet stats by consultant Paul Abramson indicates that some $11 billion was spent on higher ed construction last year—up a billion from 2012, with nearly 70% comprising new buildings (...

July 30, 2014

Many architecture firms struggled after the economic downturn hit the design and construction industry hard in 2008. However, Foreman Seeley Fountain Architecture, a small Atlanta firm with 14 employees, managed to survive the Great Recession and...

July 30, 2014