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on February 11,2011 in Feature (Web Exclusive)

Harbor Interfaith Services, a nonprofit serving the homeless and working poor in the Harbor Area and South Bay communities of Los Angeles, engaged...

on February 11,2011 in Feature (Web Exclusive)

The third phase of The First Baptist Church of Pasadena, Texas, involves construction of a new 115,000-sf worship center addition. Currently in...

on February 11,2011 in Feature (Web Exclusive)

Twin Cities firm Elness Swenson Graham Architects designed the new Stadium Village Flats, in the University of Minnesota’s East Bank Campus...

on February 11,2011 in Feature

Salem State University in Massachusetts broke ground on a new library and learning center in December. The new four-story library will include...

on February 11,2011 in Feature

The Mall of Egypt will be a 135,000-sm retail and entertainment complex in Cairo’s modern 6th of October district. The two-story center is...

on February 10,2011 in Feature

The construction of a new data center becomes a test case for BIM’s ability to enhance project delivery across an entire medical campus.

on February 10,2011 in Feature

There’s lots of talk about zero energy as the next big milestone in green building. Realistically, how close are we to this ambitious goal?...

Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health
on February 09,2011 in Feature

The recession has hurt even the usually vibrant healthcare segment. Nearly three out of four hospital systems have put the brakes on capital...

on January 21,2011 in Feature (Web Exclusive)

After the Army announced plans to expand Fort Bliss, in Texas, by up to 30,000 troops, FirstLight Federal Credit Union contracted NewGround (as CM...

Clif Bar & Co.
on January 21,2011 in Feature (Web Exclusive)

Clif Bar & Co.’s new 115,000-sf headquarters in Emeryville, Calif., is one of the first buildings in the state to meet the 2008...