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January 25,2011

Since the bottom fell out of the economy, finding investors and financial institutions willing to fund building projects—sustainable or...

January 25,2011

More construction firms are planning to hire workers this year than are planning to make layoffs, according to the results of an industry-wide...

January 25,2011

U.S. nonresidential construction activity will decline this year but recover in 2012, led by hotel and retail sectors, according to a twice-yearly...

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January 21,2011

The U.S. General Services Administration recognized the best in public architecture and civilian federal workplaces at the 2010 GSA Design Awards...

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January 04,2011

Zinc panels provide natural-looking, durable cladding for an administrative building and toll canopies at the newly expanded Queenstown Plaza U.S...

January 04,2011

According to a report by New York-based JWT Intelligence, there are six key green building trends to watch in 2011, including: 3D printing,...

January 04,2011

The USGBC is beginning its review and planning for the next version of LEED—LEED 2012. The draft version of LEED 2012 is currently in the...

January 04,2011

New buildings in California must now be more sustainable under the state’s Green Building Standards Code, which took effect with the new year....

January 04,2011

Roger K. Lewis, an architect and a professor emeritus of architecture at the University of Maryland, writes in the Washington Post about...

January 04,2011

One of the most famous office buildings in the world—and the official the residence of the President of the United States—is now worth...