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October 02,2014

The Urban Land Institute held brainstorming sessions over the last several months involving more than 70 engineers, architects, and development...

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October 02,2014

Los Angeles reversed course last month on a regulation that had barred skyscrapers from having slanted roofs or spires.

September 29,2014

A new report from the World Green Building Council finds “overwhelming evidence” to support office design as a significant influencer of the...

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September 29,2014

One Sansome Street, San Francisco is the first building in the U.S. to achieve LEED Platinum v4 certification. The building is also only the...

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September 29,2014

New York enacted a new law that could make firefighting a bit safer by mandating property owners inform government and first-responders when they...

The agency intends to use BIM as a life cycle tool where the models are maintain
September 29,2014

The U.S. Naval Facilities Engineering Command will begin its Building Information Management and Modeling (BIM) Phased Implementation Plan in...

September 18,2014

The Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) will administer certification for the Performance Excellence in Electricity Renewal (PEER)...

September 18,2014

The Master Painter Institute has issued approvals for 55 new paint products.

September 18,2014

The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced a final rule requiring employers to notify OSHA when...

September 18,2014

The Eugene, Ore., City Council recently passed an ordinance aimed at steeply reducing energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.