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Sprout Space, a modular template designed by Perkins+Will, is a high-performance
on August 30,2013 in Feature

With budget, space needs, and speed-to-market pressures bearing down on school districts, modular classroom assemblies are often a go-to solution...

on August 22,2013 in Feature

This course discuses the latest technological advances in glazing, which make possible ever more efficient enclosures with ever greater glazed...

on August 14,2013 in Feature

Building Design+Construction's rankings of the nation's largest green design and construction firms. 

The University of California–Berkeley Energy Biosciences Building, focused on bi
on August 08,2013 in Feature

After an era of biology-oriented spending—largely driven by Big Pharma and government concerns about bioterrorism—climate change is reshaping...

on August 08,2013 in Feature

Affiliated Engineers, Middough, URS top Building Design+Construction's 2013 ranking of the largest science and technology sector engineering and...

Mane's new 85,000-sf facility sits on six of its 30-acre campus in Lebanon, Ohio
on August 08,2013 in Feature

HDR, Perkins+Will, HOK top Building Design+Construction's 2013 ranking of the largest science and technology sector architecture and architecture/...

on August 08,2013 in Feature

Skanska, DPR, Suffolk top Building Design+Construction's 2013 ranking of the largest science and technology sector contractors and construction...

Ennead Architects led the renovation and expansion of facilities for the Yale Ar
on July 29,2013 in Feature

The editors of Building Design+Construction magazine present the findings of the annual Giants 300 Report, which ranks the...

Cherry Crest Elementary, Bellevue, Wash., is integrated with the landscape to cr
on July 22,2013 in Feature

The second deadliest mass shooting by a single person in U.S. history galvanizes school officials, parents, public officials, and police...

The new James B. Hunt Jr. Library at North Carolina State University, Raleigh, d
on July 22,2013 in Feature

College and university construction continues to suffer from strained government spending and stingy commercial credit.