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on February 01,2012 in Feature

Replacement or retrofit can help keep energy costs from going out the window.

on February 01,2012 in Feature

A new software tool derived from virtual reality is helping Building Teams use the power of BIM models more effectively.

on February 01,2012 in Feature

New products like cross-laminated timber are spurring interest in wood as a structural material.

Building owners must plan ahead for roof replacement to avoid emergency leak rem
on January 31,2012 in Feature

Earn 1.0 AIA/CES learning units by studying this article and successfully completing the online exam.

The reconstruction of the Modern Theatre revived a city landmark. The project he
on January 31,2012 in Feature

A savvy Building Team reconstructs a Boston landmark into a multiuse masterpiece for Suffolk University. 

Chapman Construction/Design, based in Newton, Mass., takes pride in its close-kn
on January 31,2012 in Feature

Chapman Construction/Design builds a working culture around sustainability—for its clients, and for its employees.

Texas A&M University–Corpus Christi’s fusion facility combines academic departme
on January 31,2012 in Feature

‘Fusing’ multiple functions into a single building can make it greater than the sum of its parts. The first in a series  on the design...

on January 03,2012 in Column

From what I’m hearing as I venture out into the hustings, reconstruction projects are what’s keeping a lot of architects, engineers, contractors,...

BIM: Not Just for New Buildings
on January 03,2012 in Feature

Ohio State University Medical Center is converting 55 Medical Center buildings from AutoCAD to BIM to improve quality and speed of decision making...

New SJI Rule on Steel Joists
on January 03,2012 in Feature

A new rule from the Steel Joist Institute clarifies when local reinforcement of joists is required for chord loads away from panel points. SJI...