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on September 23,2014

The $35 million Phase 3, known as High Line at the Rail Yards, broke ground September 20, 2012, and officially opened to the public on September 21.

on September 23,2014

Forget the cubist, clinical, glass and concrete jungle of today's financial districts. Shenzhen's new plan features a complex of cloud-shaped skyscrapers connected to one another with sloping bridges.

on September 23,2014

The report contains 12 case studies of cities around the world that have applied advanced flood management techniques. 

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AIA CES class: New trends in ceiling designs and materials
on September 22,2014 in Feature

A broad array of new and improved ceiling products offers designers everything from superior acoustics and closed-loop, recycled content to eased...

Perkins Eastman and Turner Construction led the effort to convert the once-endan
on September 20,2014 in Feature

Repurposing existing retail and office space is becoming an increasingly popular strategy for hospital systems to expand their reach from the...

Google’s data centers include this massive server room in Council Bluffs, Iowa.
on September 17,2014 in Feature

From the dozen or so facilities housing Google’s 900,000 servers to the sprawling server farms of Facebook to Amazon’s seven sites scattered...