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on June 28,2013 in Feature

Historic window experts from Hoffmann Architects look back at the origin of windows in the U.S.

on May 28,2013 in Feature

LED lighting technology provides unique advantages, but it’s also important to understand its limitations for optimized application.

on May 17,2013 in Feature

Increasingly, college and university research buildings are doing double duty as homes for K-12 STEM programs. Here’s how to create facilities...

on May 08,2013 in Feature

In many cases, curtain wall failures are caused by fairly simple errors that occur during the fabrication and installation process. This...

The design and construction of the hospital’s 42-foot-high, 60,000-sf mechanical
on May 01,2013 in Feature

The Building Team for the 23-story Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago implements an integrated BIM/VDC workflow to execute a complex vertical...

on April 16,2013 in Feature

From an orchid-shaped visitor center to California’s largest public works project, each of these projects benefited from IMP technology.

Jared Krieger (right) conducts a project coordination meeting with two of his Ge
on April 05,2013 in Feature

Gensler's Jared Krieger offers important tips and advice for managing complex BIM/VDC-driven projects.

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...

on March 20,2013 in Feature

Single-glazed storefronts in the student center at California’s West Valley College were replaced with aluminum-framed, thermally broken windows...

on March 13,2013 in Feature

New elevator technology enables Detroit’s Cobo Center to replace its escalators without disruption to its convention business.