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August 11, 2010

America needs more schools. Forty-five percent of the nation's elementary, middle, and high schools were built between 1950 and 1969, according market research firm ZweigWhite, Natick, Mass. Yet even as the stock of...

August 11, 2010

As the march of technology advances, it's a constant curve to deliver buildings capable of meeting end users' needs. Nowhere is this more telling than in computer-intensive facilities such as telecom and data centers...

August 11, 2010

As Princeton University's first residence hall designed in the Collegiate Gothic style, Blair and Buyers Residence Hall is one of the more decorated structures dotting the campus of the famed Ivy League school. The...

August 11, 2010

What's covered under the warranty? What are the annual repair and maintenance costs? Does the manufacturer have a recycling program?

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August 11, 2010

Rapidly renewable biobased tile

Migrations biobased tile is made possible by Armstrong's Biostride polymer. Identical gauge allows easy use of Migrations in spaces where composition tile...

August 11, 2010

To say that the speculative office market is returning to health would be an egregious overstatement. Vacancy rates remain high — 16–19% in many cities around the country — and ribbon cuttings on new net square...

August 11, 2010

Revitalizing a worn-down or underused building and restoring it to a useful purpose can be one of the most challenging yet rewarding assignments for a Building Team. Often such buildings hold historic significance...

August 11, 2010

When the National Football League's Arizona Cardinals decided to build a new stadium in 2000, the desert climate was a major consideration of the design plan. The Cardinals had difficulty drawing fans to Sun Devil...

August 11, 2010

Sixty-four-year-old Robins & Morton has grown from the small Robins Engineering Company of Birmingham, Ala., into one of the top healthcare general contractors in the nation. Today, R&M has offices in...

August 11, 2010