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August 11,2010
The Department of Homeland Security's new U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services facility in Irving, Texas, was designed by 4240 Architecture and...
August 11,2010
With the Brooklyner now topped off, the 514-foot-high apartment tower is Brooklyn's tallest building. Designed by New York-based Gerner Kronick +...
August 11,2010
The Dallas Center for the Performing Arts, a new multi-venue center for music, opera, theater, and dance, will open this month, completing the 25-...
August 11,2010
Camas (Wash.) School District is planning to utilize one of three energy sources—photovoltaics, wind turbine, or geothermal—to help take its new...
August 11,2010
New York City-based architect Polshek Partnership unveiled its design scheme for the $70 million Business Leadership Building at the University of...
August 11,2010
Morphosis Architects and Gruzen Samton are collaborating on an ultra-green academic building for New York’s Cooper Union that is designed to achieve...
August 11,2010
The Los Angeles Unified School District recently opened the $75 million Felicitas and Gonzalo Mendez Learning Center, a high school in the Los...
August 11,2010
As general contractors look to technology for an edge in the slowing commercial construction market, Web-based bidding programs are helping them to...
August 11,2010
The city of Toronto late last month passed a new green roof by-law that consists of a green roof construction standard and a mandatory requirement...
August 11,2010
The New England Regional Council of Carpenters headquarters in Dorchester, Mass., is taking shape within a 1940s industrial building. The Building...