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July 23,2014

The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors recently strengthened its green building policy, requiring higher standards for residential, retail,...

July 23,2014

FLEXLAB, short for the Facility for Low Energy Experiments, opened this summer at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

July 23,2014

The General Services Administration’s construction budget for fiscal year 2015 passed by the House this month includes cuts in both new...

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July 16,2014

An analysis of tidal levels and flood data by the news organization Reuters concludes that flooding has increased along the Eastern Seaboard over...

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July 16,2014

An agreement for a land transfer from the City of Detroit to Ilitch Holdings Inc., that enabled construction of a new arena for the Detroit Red...

July 16,2014

An agreement for a land transfer from the City of Detroit to Ilitch Holdings Inc., that enabled construction of a new arena for the Detroit Red...

Plans call for restaurants, apartments, offices, a hotel, a cinema and a theater
July 16,2014

The Santa Clara (Calif.) City Council approved the next steps for a massive development project next to Levi’s Stadium, the new home of the San...

July 11,2014

The decision held that even though, on most projects, the developer has the final say on design choices, the architect can’t escape liability to...

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July 10,2014

The latest data on construction site fatalities for 2012 shows a rise in the death rate to 9.9 per 100,000 workers after 2011 had reached a recent...

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July 10,2014

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is accepting public comment on its proposal to eliminate the dual standard for compliance with rules...