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on January 09,2014 in Feature

Many of the principles and concepts described in our Special Report on K-12 security also apply to other building types and markets.

Collin County Sheriff Deputy George White checks a hallway in one of Anna (Texas
on January 09,2014 in Feature

From facial recognition cameras to IP-based door hardware, here are key technology-related considerations you should discuss with your school...

on December 13,2013 in Feature

From a dual fire-CO detector to an aspiration-sensing fire alarm, BD+C editors present a roundup of new fire and life safety products and...

on December 10,2013 in Feature

From a crowd-funded smart shovel to a why-didn’t-someone-do-this-sooner scheme for managing traffic in public restrooms, these ideas are...

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...

The Bridge Building on the Cumberland River in Nashville was recently transforme
on November 15,2013 in Feature

The BD+C editorial team brings you this special report on the latest green building trends across nine key market sectors. 

Installation of a facade panel system that uses a rainscreen approach to control
on November 12,2013 in Feature

Building envelope expert Bradley Carmichael of Hoffmann Architects explains how rainscreen wall systems work and evaluates the effectiveness of...

As part of its IntelliCommand building operations management service, Jones Lang
on November 08,2013 in Feature
Real estate services giant Jones Lang LaSalle set out to answer these questions when it partnered with Pacific Controls to develop 
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The 8,500-sf Jackson Sustainable Winery Building at the University of California
on November 08,2013 in Feature

Some science-design experts once believed high levels of sustainability would be possible only for low-intensity labs in temperate zones. But...