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July 17,2013

Some cities are deliberately discouraging construction of new parking spaces by allowing the construction of buildings with a lower...

July 17,2013

Analysis by RBC Capital Markets shows that U.S. retailers are planning to open 42,757 stores over the next 12 months, and some 83,700 locations...

July 16,2013

A robot prototype uses water jets to break up concrete structures and then sucks up the water and debris for reuse and recycling. 

July 15,2013

Related Companies taps the London-based architect for the 11-story 520 West 28th Street residential development adjacent to the High Line in...

July 12,2013

AIA's Academy of Architecture for Health announced the recipients of the 2013 AIA National Healthcare Design Awards.

July 11,2013

An amendment to a Michigan appropriations budget authorizes an increase in state debt to pay for state university construction projects. But some...

July 11,2013

Skanska USA resigned from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce over the Chamber’s decision to support the American High-Performance Buildings Coalition....

July 11,2013

The Energy Department released stricter energy efficiency standards this month for new federal buildings. 

July 11,2013

Pennsylvania lawmakers are working on a bill to update demolition codes, in the wake of a fatal building collapse in Philadelphia in June. ...