Posted on July 02, 2012
The proliferation of green standards has some developers yearning for a better-coordinated, simpler approach to defining sustainable structures. The current generation of...
Posted on June 27, 2012
After 20 years of starts and stops, a massive expansion of New York’s Penn Station is set to begin. The $270 million first phase will expand a concourse and add entryways on...
Posted on June 26, 2012
After over 70 Congressman wrote to the General Services Administration criticizing proposed LEED 2012 credits on building materials, the US Green Building Council has started...
Posted on June 20, 2012
The former Filene’s department store, a longtime landmark in Boston’s Downtown Crossing neighborhood, will be renovated and set against a new 606-foot-tall glass skyscraper....
Posted on June 19, 2012
Three key federal agencies—General Services Administration, Department of Defense, and Department of Energy—are reexamining green building standards for the government. At...
Posted on June 13, 2012
A building boom at the University of Michigan including current and upcoming construction at the Ann Arbor campus will surpass $1 billion. The school is undertaking $460...
Posted on June 13, 2012
The California Energy Commission approved more-stringent energy efficiency standards for buildings. The measures will require hot-water pipes to be insulated and roofs to be...
Posted on June 11, 2012
U.S. General Services Administration's (GSA's) Federal Office Building 8 (FOB 8) will soon complete its major modernization. The project includes Wausau Window and Wall...
Posted on June 08, 2012
If your firm submitted a BD+C "Giants 300" return, here's your chance to tell the world what's new at your company. The editors are at this very moment working on the July...
Posted on June 05, 2012
A 100-year-old former tannery warehouse in Boston is undergoing a major renovation to remake the structure as a living laboratory for sustainable energy and energy efficiency...