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Due to open in August 2013, the West Branch library in Berkeley, Calif., replace
on March 27,2013 in Feature

The Building Team for Berkeley, Calif.’s new 9,500-sf West Branch library aims to achieve net-zero—and possibly net-positive—energy performance...

5 factors to consider when designing a shade system
on February 08,2013 in Feature

Designing a shade system is more complex than picking out basic white venetian blinds. Here are five elements to consider when designing an...

A new system helps Hudson Community Schools create a comfortable environment.
on January 16,2013 in Feature

Improving a problematic temperature control system at Hudson High School paves the way for enhanced comfort, greater energy efficiency, and...

The four-inch-thick Metl-Span insulated roof panels are finished in Cool Forest
on May 31,2012 in Feature

Metal roofing systems offer values such as longevity, favorable life cycle costs, and heightened aesthetic appeal.

The Colorado Department of Military and Veterans Affairs’ Fort Lupton Readiness
on May 31,2012 in Feature

Defense spending may be down somewhat, but there’s still plenty of project dollars out there if you know where to look.

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.

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...

on April 03,2012 in Feature

Two new PV systems; a lighter shelf; and fire alarm/emergency communication system.