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on November 27,2013 in Feature

BD+C editors present a roundup of the latest technologies and applications in exterior wall systems, from a tapered metal wall installation in...

The dance/rehearsal studio at Indiana University’s IU Cinema, an example of high
on November 27,2013 in Feature

This AIA CES Discovery course discusses the environmental, economic, and market pressures affecting facility planning for universities and...

on October 15,2013 in Feature

Architects and fenestration experts are looking for windows and doors for their projects that emphasize speed to the project site, a fair price,...

on September 20,2013 in Feature

Aside from the roof membrane itself, the perimeter roof edge is the most critical component of the roofing system. As such, it warrants more...

on September 19,2013 in Feature

Phase-change materials, electrochromic glass, and building-integrated PVs are among the breakthrough glazing technologies that are taking energy...

on September 15,2013 in Feature

This course will review the cause and effects of moisture intrusion and explain how fiber cement panels can be used as a rain screen to reduce...

on September 09,2013 in Feature

An overview of the 25 most popular continuing education courses on BDCuniversity.com. 

on June 28,2013 in Feature

A researcher at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory calls building enclosure commissioning “the single-most cost-effective strategy for reducing...

on May 14,2013 in Feature

When it comes to durability, a 50-year building design ideally should include 50-year coatings. Many building products consume substantial amounts...

on May 09,2013 in Feature

From a "no sweat" toilet to a deep-well lavatory, here's a round up of the latest high-efficiency plumbing fixtures.