Despite working at what was described as the most dangerous construction site in the U.S., only 35 of the 1,500 plus workers at Ground Zero sustained injuries during rescue and recovery. None were life-threatening....

August 11, 2010

Designed by H. H. Richardson in the 1870s to serve the city's...

August 11, 2010

It's been a heckuva year for building owners and developers. Even giants are faltering in markets such as hotels, industrial facilities, and office buildings. Healthcare, multifamily housing, and retail are bumping...

August 11, 2010

During the judging for Building Design & Construction's 6th Annual Building Team Awards, judge Elva Rubio, of Gensler and the University of Illinois at Chicago,...

August 11, 2010

London-based architect Allies and Morrison designed its new office building to provide ample studio space for an expanded design workforce. The development stands on an awkwardly shaped site not far from the new Tate...

August 11, 2010

Mid-twentieth-century projects are in a state of limbo. In many cities, safeguards against quick demolition don't even cover “new” buildings built after 1939, yet many such buildings may be obsolete by current...

August 11, 2010

Construction will experience a supportive economic environment again in 2007, with the nonresidential construction sector sustaining its boom, although its growth rate will slow gradually over the year....

August 11, 2010

How important are athletic programs to U.S. school districts? Here's one leading indicator: In 2005, the National Football League sold 17 million tickets. That same year, America's high schools sold an estimated 225...

August 11, 2010

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