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Architectural glazing has quantifiable positive effects on users. Photo: David M
September 26,2013

The use of glass as a building material positively impacts learning, healing, productivity and well-being, according to a white paper published by...

September 24,2013

Balfour Beatty, Gensler, HDR, and JE Dunn are among the AEC firms sending their rising stars to BD+C's Under 40 Leadership Summit in San Francisco...

The 1,460-sf green wall at the Papadakis Integrated Science Building, Drexel Uni
September 24,2013

A dramatic interior green wall at Drexel University and a massive, 4.4-acre vegetated roof at the Kauffman Performing Arts Center in Kansas City...

Essex Crossing marks the redevelopment of a long-vacant six-acre parcel on New Y
September 23,2013

A six-acre parcel on the Lower East Side of New York City, vacant since tenements were torn down in 1967, will be the site of the new Essex...

September 23,2013

Construction market news was mostly positive last week, with the AIA, AGC, and Census Bureau all seeing an uptick in key metrics.

September 18,2013

Hosted by the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), its members and partners, SteelDay invites the AEC community and the public to see...

September 17,2013

Potential new pathways to architectural licensure are being explored through the work of a new Licensure Task Force launched by the National...

September 17,2013

The SMPS Foundation has released its latest research book, A/E/C BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT – The Decade Ahead. 

September 17,2013

Penrose-St. Francis Health Services and the YMCA of the Pikes Peak Region announce collaboration, along with developer The Boldt Company, to...

September 17,2013

AIA's Architecture Billings Index was 53.8 in August, up from 52.7 the previous month, signaling increased demand for design services nationwide....