While RTKL is practically synonymous with retail architecture, David C. Hudson, president of the Baltimore-based A/E firm, is quick to note that such work only accounts for about a quarter of its revenues....

August 11, 2010

'Group' name reflects team approach to complex woes

In an effort to redefine the 74-year-old firm, Syska Hennessy Group changed its name...

August 11, 2010

Aug. 28, 1998, was a tragic day for the congregation of Manhattan's Central Synagogue, one of New York City's oldest Jewish temples. A fire — ironically started accidentally by a worker repairing a rooftop air-...

August 11, 2010

The 9/11 terrorist attacks had an immediate impact on Kansas City International Airport's $258 million terminal improvement program, which was just about to get off the ground as the horrifying events in New York...

August 11, 2010

Seven months after terror took the form of a hijacked jetliner and ripped into the side of the Pentagon, an army of construction crews is marching determinedly toward repairing all visible damage by...

August 11, 2010

One of the first LEED Platinum buildings in the nation and only the third U.S. building designed to LEED standards, the Chicago Center for Green Technology has been educating the public and AEC professionals alike...

August 11, 2010

When Urban Land Interests (ULI) purchased its first building on Block 89 in 1986 — a vacant J.C. Penney department store that ULI converted into the five-story, 86,000-sq.-ft. One East Main office building — Thomas...

August 11, 2010

In August 1995, having taken the helm of a university with a falling enrollment, a dire balance sheet, and a murky future, Constantine Papadakis knew he faced the challenge of a lifetime. In that first month as...

August 11, 2010

Something special is happening along San Francisco's southeast waterfront. Just south of PacBell Park, home to baseball's Giants, a daring developer and a renowned medical-research university are combining to create...

August 11, 2010