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When the design team DLR Group, Minneapolis, was ready to recommend wall panels for an Edison charter school in chilly Duluth, Minn., it wanted...

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The Human Resource Development Center of the Seoul City government in South Korea uses Dye Solar Cell (DSC) stained glass windows to generate...

on May 07,2012 in Feature

Lessons for the AEC industry.

Atrium of the PORTAL at UNC Charlotte.
on May 07,2012 in Feature

Our series on college buildings continues with a look at new classroom designs, flexible space, collaboration areas, and the evolving role of the...

A project undergoes design review at MHTN Architects, a 65-member firm based in
on May 07,2012 in Feature

This 65-person design firm has served Salt Lake City and the state of Utah for the better part of 90 years.

Variegated brick at the street level, brushed aluminum, and a mixture of clear a
on May 07,2012 in Feature

The new stadium for the College World Series in Omaha combines big-league amenities within a traditional minor league atmosphere.

Built within four years, Fort Belvoir Community Hospital is one of the largest h
on May 07,2012 in Feature

A new military hospital invokes evidence-based design to create a LEED-certified facility for the nation’s soldiers and their families.

Metal tiles were used in the physical therapy gymnasium to give the space a more
on May 07,2012 in Feature

How a Building Team created a high-tech rehabilitation center for wounded veterans of the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The Tower's exterior skin includes a rainscreen, glass, and metal panel system.
on May 03,2012 in Feature

This fully integrated Building Team opted for a multi-prime contracting strategy to keep construction going on Chicago’s Rush University Medical...

Originally the Elephant House at the St. Louis Zoo, Peabody Hall was renovated i
on April 05,2012 in Feature

An exclusive tip sheet to help the Building Team manage door and window retrofits successfully.