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To speed construction of the $110 million Capitol Hill Station light-rail statio
February 25,2013

To speed construction of the $110 million Capitol Hill Station light-rail station in Seattle, general contractor Turner Construction will use an...

Renovation will expand second-floor office space.
February 22,2013

Local firm Westlake Reed Leskosky has been chosen to design renovations to the Cleveland Browns' Training and Administrative Complex in Berea,...

Integral bacteria make limestone when water infiltrates concrete, sealing cracks
February 22,2013

Two researchers from Delft Technical University in Holland have developed a self-healing cement that can stop microcracks from forming in concrete...

This hospital at Virginia's Fort Belvoir recently achieved LEED Gold.
February 22,2013

An independent report on energy efficiency and sustainability standards used by the Pentagon for military construction affirms the value of LEED-...

Hub airport for southeastern England would take pressure off overburdened Heathr
February 22,2013

The Mayor of London has appointed Zaha Hadid Architects to help create a major new airport in southeastern England.

Female construction executives launch professional organization for women in con
February 21,2013

Sarah Creighton and Holly Cindell of McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. of Newport Beach are among a group of pioneering women from Southern...

At more than 1 km, Kingdom Tower will be the world's tallest building.
February 21,2013

Construction team chosen for world's tallest building in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

Atlanta's @1377 complex will feature brick cladding and stucco accents.
February 19,2013

Hines Multifamily is building @1377, a luxury complex comprising 215 "urban-style residences" in Atlanta's Brookhaven...

The $158 million student residential tower at Brandywine Realty Trust’s Cira Sou
February 15,2013

Student housing has been one of the bright spots in the multifamily construction sector in recent years. But experts say there should be cause for...

Brasfield & Gorrie breaks ground on New College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta
February 14,2013

General contractor Brasfield & Gorrie is scheduled to kick off construction on the new College Football Hall of Fame in downtown Atlanta. With...