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Photo: Dorma
on March 12,2014 in Feature

From a high-tech classroom lockdown system to an impact-resistant wide-stile door line, BD+C editors present a collection of door and door...

Image courtesy Hoffmann Architects
on March 04,2014 in Feature

Design experts from Hoffmann Architects offer a brief history of exterior insulation and finish systems in the U.S.

Photo: Structurlam
on February 20,2014 in Feature

A CLT expert clears up several common misconceptions and myths surrounding the use of wood as a building material.

Mohamed A. ElGawady, associate professor of civil, architectural and environ
on February 14,2014 in Feature

Research could lead to blocks that use waste material and have seismic and insulating benefits.

RMIT University's Design Hub, Melbourne, Australia. Photo: Neal Jennings
on February 14,2014 in Feature

In this special five-part report, Building Design+Construction explores how Building Teams throughout the world are utilizing...

Toronto firm Kiosk Solar has used camera-laden flying drones to survey rooftops
on February 13,2014 in Feature

Building Teams across the globe are employing advanced robotics to simplify what is inherently a complex, messy process—construction.

Sasaki Associates used detailed network visualizations like this traffic flow pa
on February 11,2014 in Feature

There are literally hundreds of applications for deep analytics in planning and design projects, not to mention the many benefits for construction...

on January 28,2014 in Feature

A new white paper from Star Building Systems outlines the benefits of metal buildings for public and private school building projects.

on January 13,2014 in Feature

An exclusive survey reveals that Building Teams are doing their part to make the nation’s schools safer in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook tragedy...

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on January 10,2014 in Feature

BD+C's exclusive five-part report on K-12 school security offers proven design advice, technology recommendations, and thoughtful...