The Peshtigo Tower, designed by architect Ralph Johnson, a design principal with Chicago's Perkins+Will, features a distinctive, angular design. The 358-unit, $180 million tower is anything but a “uniform box,”...

August 11, 2010

Construction work has commenced on the first speculative industrial building in the 300-acre Agua Mansa Industrial Center in Riverside, Calif. Developed by a joint venture of Seventh Street Development and Genesis LA Real...

August 11, 2010

Does the hospitality sector see a silver lining on the horizon? Although many are predicting that the economic slump will continue to plague struggling hotels, casinos, and resorts, there may be some good news for Building Teams...

August 11, 2010

Foster + Partners' new Fortaleza Hall is open and inviting, a striking contrast to the largely inward-looking buildings of S.C. Johnson & Son's Racine, Wis., corporate campus, designed...

August 11, 2010

No one saw this plot twist coming: restoration of the domed ceiling in the Lambert-St. Louis International Airport, which also included installation of a complex LED lighting system, was...

August 11, 2010

“Cheap.” “Flimsy.” “Poor construction.” “Trailers.” Those are some of the derogatory terms that manufacturers of modular buildings hear from the public—and even from code officials....

August 11, 2010

Now at a major crossroads, the traditional library—essentially a book-oriented community center—is evolving into a digital wonderland of Internet, e-books, videos, and social media. Consequently, with print reference...

August 11, 2010

 

If you took a poll of building envelope and construction forensic experts, it's likely that moisture barriers would be high on the list of most poorly understood products used in wall...

August 11, 2010