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on February 02,2012 in Feature

When the University embarked on its first major addition since the opening of Hutchins Hall in 1933, preserving the Collegiate Gothic-style...

on February 01,2012 in Feature

Replacement or retrofit can help keep energy costs from going out the window.

Building owners must plan ahead for roof replacement to avoid emergency leak rem
on January 31,2012 in Feature

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on January 04,2012 in Product Review

The Burton Barr Library in downtown Phoenix has received a pre-fab, solar-covered parking lot courtesy of SolarWing, generating power to offset...

BIM: Not Just for New Buildings
on January 03,2012 in Feature

Ohio State University Medical Center is converting 55 Medical Center buildings from AutoCAD to BIM to improve quality and speed of decision making...

28th Annual Reconstruction Awards: Bringing Hope to Cancer Patients
on January 03,2012 in Feature

A gothic-style structure is reconstructed into comfortable, modern patient residence facility for the American Cancer Society.

Rental Renaissance, The Rebirth of the Apartment Market
on January 03,2012 in Feature

Across much of the U.S., apartment rents are rising, vacancy rates are falling. In just about every major urban area, new multifamily rental...

Great Solutions BD+C December 2011
on December 10,2011 in Feature

The editors of Building Design+Construction present 10 “Great Solutions” that highlight innovative technology and products that can be used to...

AIA Rainscreens BD+C DEcember 2011
on December 10,2011 in Feature

Rainscreen system installed at the west building expansion of the University of Arizona’s Meinel Optical Sciences Center in Tucson, with its...

Glass balconies BD+C December 2011
on December 10,2011 in Feature

Operable glass balcony glazing systems provide solution to increase usable space in residential and commercial structures.