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on November 01,2010 in Feature

John Pearce, FAIA, University Architect at Duke University, Durham, N.C., tells BD+C’s Robert Cassidy  about the school’s...

on November 01,2010 in Feature

The first tenants of the Millennium Water development in Vancouver, B.C., were Olympic athletes competing in the 2010 Winter Games. Now the former...

on October 13,2010 in Product Review

Elco’s selectively hardened fasteners, which were used on Miami’s 570,000-sf Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, resist...

on October 13,2010 in Product Review

The SL82 structurally glazed folding glass system from NanaWall can be used for openings up to 39 feet wide. The system features a single track...

on October 13,2010 in Product Review

A SmartPlate water-to-water SP33 heater and 200-gallon boiler-side buffer tank from AERCO International saved the Chelmsford (Mass.) High School...

on October 13,2010 in Product Review

Sclater Partners Architects designed the 107-foot steel-framed Bellevue Skybridge using Ronstan Tensile Architecture stainless steel cables. The...

on October 13,2010 in Feature

The AEC industry shares a widespread obsession with the new. New is fresh. New is youthful. New is cool. But “old” or “slightly...

on October 13,2010 in Feature

Contributing Editor Jeff Yoders tests a new small-form factor, workstation-class desktop in Hewlett-Packard’s line that combines performance...

on October 13,2010 in Feature

The $137 million, 12-story, 500,000-sf Miami Valley Hospital cardiac center, Dayton, Ohio, is the first major hospital project in the U.S. to have...

on October 13,2010 in Feature

Sundra L. Ryce, President and CEO of SLR Contracting & Service Company, Buffalo, N.Y., talks about her firm’s success in new...