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March 02,2011

Legal claims over sustainability promises vs. performance of certified green buildings are beginning to mount—and so are warnings to A/E/P...

March 02,2011

According to The Wall Street Journal, the Silk Road of the future—from Dubai to Chongqing to Honduras—is taking...

March 02,2011

Besides making cities more affordable and architecturally interesting, tall buildings are greener than sprawl, and they foster social capital and...

March 01,2011

The Global Green Cities of the 21st Century conference in San Francisco is filled with mayors, architects, academics, consultants, and financial...

March 01,2011

Roger K. Lewis, architect and professor emeritus of architecture at the University of Maryland, writes in the Washington Post about the...

March 01,2011

America’s hospitals and health systems are focusing more on renovation or expansion than new construction, according to a new survey...

March 01,2011

The American Institute of Architects today announced it has selected 6 communities throughout the country to receive technical assistance under...

February 24,2011

Perkins+Will  announced the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification of its 100th...

February 24,2011

Two new reports from the Zero Energy Commercial Buildings Consortium (CBC) on achieving net-zero-energy use in commercial buildings say that high...

February 24,2011

An influx of fresh capital into U.S. commercial real estate is bringing some long-stalled development projects back to life and launching new...