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As the first multifamily project certified net-zero by the International Living
on November 08,2013 in Feature

The 10-unit zHome in Issaquah Highlands, Wash., is the nation’s first net-zero multifamily project, as certified this year by the International...

Modernist structures can be viable candidates for adaptive reuse as lodging, suc
on November 06,2013 in Feature

There’s more to creating a sustainable hotel than saving water and power by asking guests to reuse their towels.

The Pflugerville (Texas) Elementary School is among a number of net-zero-ready s
on November 05,2013 in Feature

As more net-zero energy schools come online, school officials are asking: Is NZE a more logical approach for school districts than holistic green...

on October 30,2013 in Feature

The winners of the 2013 Reconstruction Awards showcase the best work of distinguished Building Teams, encompassing historic preservation, adaptive...

on October 30,2013 in Feature

If you like to geek out on building information modeling and virtual design and construction, you should enjoy this overview of the top BIM/VDC...

Tom Wujec, Autodesk Fellow and Lead Facilitator for the U40 Vision Competition,
on October 18,2013 in Feature

Fifteen teams competed last week in the first annual Vision U40 Competition at BD+C's Under 40 Leadership Summit in San Francisco....

The project restored the building’s courtrooms and public corridors to their ori
on October 15,2013 in Feature

Recognized as one of the most significant Art Deco courthouses in Texas, the Potter County Courthouse is modernized and restored to its 1930s...

Located adjacent to a regional rail stop and near good roads, Ambler Boiler Hous
on October 09,2013 in Feature

The shell of a 19th-century industrial plant is converted into three levels of modern office space. 

on October 07,2013 in Feature

This three-part course takes a building owner’s perspective on the range of cost and performance improvements that are possible when using a more...