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May 15,2014

ConsensusDocs has released the new ConsensusDocs 746 Constructor & Geotechnical Consultant Agreement and the 747 Constructor & Consultant...

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May 08,2014

The most resilient cities in the world, including five in the U.S., have attributes that would enable them to recover better than others from...

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May 08,2014

Thanks largely to an ambitious program to boost the use of LED lighting in its buildings, Los Angeles is the top ranked U.S. city on the...

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May 08,2014

The City of Vancouver’s ban on doorknobs in all new buildings, which went into effect last month, has drawn a strong reaction from the public and...

May 08,2014

The American Concrete Institute’s completely reorganized ACI 318-14, “Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete and Commentary,” is open...

May 03,2014

Introduced in August 2013, the proposal would lower allowable levels of crystalline silica in all workplaces, standardize how the dust is...

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May 03,2014

California’s recent revisions to Title 24 contain ambitious performance goals: all residential buildings must be Zero Net Energy by 2020 and...

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April 30,2014

The Army would see the sharpest cuts on a percentage basis, with a $578 million, or 52% reduction in FY 2015.

The GSA Regional Office and Cotton Annex in Southwest Washington, D.C., is being
April 30,2014

The GSA has issued an RFQ seeking developers who can provide construction and development services in exchange for the GSA Regional Office...

April 30,2014

Although green roofs have been widely adopted in urban areas to reduce the heat island effect and stormwater runoff, Mexico City is hoping that...