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Built within four years, Fort Belvoir Community Hospital is one of the largest h
on May 07,2012 in Feature

A new military hospital invokes evidence-based design to create a LEED-certified facility for the nation’s soldiers and their families.

Metal tiles were used in the physical therapy gymnasium to give the space a more
on May 07,2012 in Feature

How a Building Team created a high-tech rehabilitation center for wounded veterans of the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The Tower's exterior skin includes a rainscreen, glass, and metal panel system.
on May 03,2012 in Feature

This fully integrated Building Team opted for a multi-prime contracting strategy to keep construction going on Chicago’s Rush University Medical...

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.

on April 03,2012 in Feature

Two new PV systems; a lighter shelf; and fire alarm/emergency communication system.

on April 03,2012 in Product Review

In Highlandville, Mo., Steven Huff of Wisconsin-based concrete company TF Forming Systems is building a 72,000-sf mansion, called Pensmore, to...

on April 03,2012 in Product Review

The Wyoming Highway Patrol's Torrington Port of Entry station at the Nebraska border had a problem: intense sunlight in the summer and glare from...

on April 03,2012 in Product Review

A skyscraper in New York City is using Mage Powertec Plus modules to reduce electricity consumption and decrease carbon emissions.

on April 03,2012 in Product Review

At Credit Valley Hospital in Mississauga, Ont., a strong fire suppression system was needed to support the hospital's 3,000-sf lobby, which...

The colorful ribboned flooring at Toronto’s Corus Quay mimics the iconic corkscr
on April 03,2012 in Feature

Laying the foundation for good design.