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August 11, 2010

Developing a building that can accommodate a single species is challenging enough. Imagine designing and constructing a facility for more than 160 species of fish, mammals, birds, reptiles,...

August 11, 2010

Anyone over the age of about 30 can't help but be wowed by how much high schools have changed since they last traipsed through the halls. Today's designs and materials are a far cry from the painted cinderblock boxes...

August 11, 2010

Faced with a constant barrage of wind and rain, roof edges are often where low-slope roof systems take the worst beating.

Roof edges also are the site of most roof...

August 11, 2010



Once an elegant and fashionably trendy locale, the Presidential Hotel played host to...

August 11, 2010

Discovery World at Pier Wisconsin, Milwaukee's new 120,000-sf science and technology museum, sits on a man-made peninsula constructed in the 1950s from soil dredged from the lake bottom. This small slit of municipal...

August 11, 2010

Site-cast tilt-up concrete construction is more likely to be associated with big-box suburban warehouse stores than with boutiques on Main Street. A row of 60 storefronts that adorn the Mount Pleasant (S.C.) Towne...

August 11, 2010

With its bent edifices, pop-eyed windows, and mangled mix of metallic shapes and appendages, Frank Gehry's surrealistic and thought-provoking design of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Center for Computer...

August 11, 2010