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August 02,2013

Architecture firm C. F. Møller has proposed building the tallest wooden building in the world in Stockholm, Sweden. 

August 02,2013

Texas lawmakers want to get tough on construction companies that commit a certain form of payroll fraud, passing a new law recently signed by Gov...

August 02,2013

Officials in the Northwest’s large metropolitan areas have sent survey takers out at night through apartment and condominium lots and garages,...

August 02,2013

The Netherlands Institute of Ecology was designed and built to be the most sustainable building in Holland and incorporate the zero waste...

August 02,2013

Led by Stanford University’s Natural Capital Project, researchers mapped the intensity of hazards posed to communities living along America’s...

July 26,2013

Associated General Contractor of America (AGC) has launched the...

July 26,2013

Legislation was introduced in the U.S. House of Representative this month to ban reverse auctions when an agency determines small businesses are...

July 26,2013

The City of Detroit’s financial problems may make it more likely to adopt blue infrastructure standards.

July 26,2013

Building codes have effectively outlawed the bottom end of the private housing market, driving up rents on everything above it, argues the...

July 17,2013

IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, and the World Green Building Council (WorldGBC) are collaborating to rapidly scale up the construction of...