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Part of the World Trade Center’s original foundation, this wall was built to kee
May 15,2014

The 110,000-sf museum is filled with monumental artifacts from the tragedy and exhibits that honor the lives of every victim of the 2001 and 1993...

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May 14,2014

Construction spending for 2014 should finish 6.6% higher than in 2013, with nonresidential work contributing substantially.

The contractor implemented advanced prefabrication measures on the 360-bed Exemp
May 14,2014

Value-based cost-benefit analysis of prefab approaches on the firm's 360-bed Exempla Saint Joseph Heritage Project shows significant savings for...

The $1.5 billion project is the initial seed of urban development in the area. I
May 13,2014

In addition to five major sports venues, the Dalian Sports Center includes a 30-story, 440-room, 5-star Kempinski full-service hotel and...

A study based on the construction of the Papadakis building at Drexel University
May 13,2014

GBI’s Green Globes certification process is significantly less expensive to conduct and faster to complete than LEED certification, says Drexel...

The Institute for Contemporary Art at Virginia Commonwealth University will begi
May 13,2014

The facility will have two entrances—one facing the city of Richmond, Va., the other toward VCU's campus—to serve as a connection between "town...

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May 13,2014

The industry associations, with more than 700,000 members generating almost $1 trillion in GDP, have issued a joint statement on resilience,...

Renderings: courtesy the Department of Canadian Heritage
May 13,2014

A design team featuring Daniel Libeskind and Gail Dexter-Lord has won a competition with its design for the Canadian National Holocaust Monument...

28th Street Apartments, Los Angeles; Koning Eizenberg Architects. Photo: © Eric
May 12,2014

The winners include two dramatic conversions of historic YMCA buildings into modern, affordable multifamily complexes.

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May 09,2014

Construction of the Las Vegas tower was halted in 2008 after experts discovered faulty steel beams in the structure. Now its owner, MGM, has...