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on November 02,2010 in Feature
A slowdown in new construction has firms focusing on office reconstruction and interior renovations. Three experts from Hixson Architecture...
on November 02,2010 in Feature

The Trinity River Audubon Center, which sits within a 6,000-acre forest just outside Dallas, utilizes sustainable materials that help the $12.5...

on November 02,2010 in Feature
Building Design+Construction takes a retrospective tour of a pace-setting LEED project.
on November 02,2010 in Feature

Building-integrated wind turbines lend a futuristic look to a parking structure in Chicago’s trendy River North neighborhood. Only time will...

on November 02,2010 in Feature

Back in the halcyon days of 2006, energy analysis of building design and performance was a luxury. Sure, many forward-thinking AEC firms ran their...

on November 02,2010 in Feature

Jerry Yudelson, prolific author and veteran green building expert, challenges Building Teams to think big when it comes to controlling energy use...

on November 01,2010 in Feature

The $41 million Arlington Grove mixed-use development in St. Louis is viewed as a major step in revitalizing the community. Developed by McCormack...

on November 01,2010 in Feature

The first tenants of the Millennium Water development in Vancouver, B.C., were Olympic athletes competing in the 2010 Winter Games. Now the former...

on October 13,2010 in Product Review

The SL82 structurally glazed folding glass system from NanaWall can be used for openings up to 39 feet wide. The system features a single track...

on October 13,2010 in Product Review

A SmartPlate water-to-water SP33 heater and 200-gallon boiler-side buffer tank from AERCO International saved the Chelmsford (Mass.) High School...