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In preparation for the London 2012 Olympic Games, the ExCeL London International Exhibition & Convention Centre has converted the facility to...

Sensor-operated faucets, such as this wall-hung, ADA-compliant model, help impro
on May 31,2012 in Feature

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The current Ka Makani Community Center lobby entry following rehabilitation.
on May 31,2012 in Feature

An abandoned historic structure gains a new life as the focal point of a legendary military district in Hawaii.

The Colorado Department of Military and Veterans Affairs’ Fort Lupton Readiness
on May 31,2012 in Feature

Defense spending may be down somewhat, but there’s still plenty of project dollars out there if you know where to look.

on May 14,2012 in Technical Resources
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Our experts analyze the next generation of energy and green building codes and how they impact reconstruction.

on May 07,2012 in Product Review

Rogers Centre, home to the MLB Toronto Blue Jays and the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League, wanted to gain control of its lighting...

on May 07,2012 in Product Review

The Denver Zoo’s new Toyota Elephant Passage project, which will use renewable energy, recycled water, natural daylight, and other green design...

A project undergoes design review at MHTN Architects, a 65-member firm based in
on May 07,2012 in Feature

This 65-person design firm has served Salt Lake City and the state of Utah for the better part of 90 years.

Originally the Elephant House at the St. Louis Zoo, Peabody Hall was renovated i
on April 05,2012 in Feature

An exclusive tip sheet to help the Building Team manage door and window retrofits successfully.