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September 14,2012

As more urban mixed-use and residential developments aim to encourage residents to walk and use mass transit, cities are addressing pedestrian...

September 14,2012

One worker was killed after he and others plunged 40 feet through an unfinished upscale Brooklyn townhouse building.

September 14,2012

NRCA University will offer a class called “Photovoltaic Roof Systems: Energizing Your Business” Oct. 16 in Philadelphia.

September 14,2012

The relatively little damage from a 7.6 earthquake was due in large part to strict building codes in Costa Rica, a country that has long enjoyed...

September 14,2012

“One of the most effective ways to greatly increase a building’s strength and safety during hurricanes, tornadoes and straight-line windstorms is...

September 07,2012

The Related Companies has won wage-cutting agreements with four dozen construction unions in its efforts to save money on the $15 billion...

September 07,2012

Construction would stop downtown for six months while Lorain, Ohio officials consider a development plan for the city, according to new...

September 07,2012

Business and labor groups have combined forces to push for a change to California's Environmental Quality Act, specifically its complex review...

September 07,2012

Remarking on the 20th anniversary of Hurricane Andrew, which devastated south Florida; contractors are noting the storm’s impact on...

September 07,2012

Texas has the most diverse weather risk in the country, with exposure to nine different types of natural disasters.