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September 27,2013

A new report provides information on energy performance of New York City's largest buildings (mostly commercial, multi-family residential). It...

September 27,2013

ANSI/ASHRAE/IES Standard 202, Commissioning Process for Buildings and Systems, identifies the minimum acceptable commissioning...

September 26,2013

Home-field advantage can play a significant role in game outcomes. Here are ways AEC firms can help create the conditions that draw big crowds,...

Architectural glazing has quantifiable positive effects on users. Photo: David M
September 26,2013

The use of glass as a building material positively impacts learning, healing, productivity and well-being, according to a white paper published by...

Essex Crossing marks the redevelopment of a long-vacant six-acre parcel on New Y
September 23,2013

A six-acre parcel on the Lower East Side of New York City, vacant since tenements were torn down in 1967, will be the site of the new Essex...

September 20,2013

Peter Muoio, Ph.D., senior principal and economist with Auction.com Research, says the Census Bureau's August Housing Starts data released...

September 18,2013

Hosted by the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), its members and partners, SteelDay invites the AEC community and the public to see...

September 18,2013

WHR Architects has opened its first European office in Copenhagen, Denmark. The decision to locate in the Danish capital was spurred by the Danish...

September 17,2013

Potential new pathways to architectural licensure are being explored through the work of a new Licensure Task Force launched by the National...

September 17,2013

The SMPS Foundation has released its latest research book, A/E/C BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT – The Decade Ahead.