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A Marriott hotel in Orlando, Fla. Marriott is leading the U.S. hotel pipeline. P
November 10,2014

The hotel construction pipeline hit a five-year high in the third quarter, clocking in at 3,516 projects and 443,936 rooms, Lodging Econometrics...

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November 07,2014

The Jean Nouvel-designed tower tops the list of 88 entries in the 13th annual Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat Awards.

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November 06,2014

The Houston-based developer is planning a seven-story wood-framed office building in Minneapolis’ North Loop that will respect the neighborhood’s...

Renderings courtesy Studio Gang Architects
November 06,2014

The century-old power plant will be converted into a recreation facility with a coffee shop, lounges, club rooms, a conference center, lecture...

November 06,2014

WSP is expanding its national presence by acquiring ccrd, a national MEP engineering and commissioning firm.

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November 05,2014

With the rise of technology, much of the workday—even the most productive morning hours—is spent corresponding via email or conference call,...

November 05,2014

Preliminary designs for the $300 million George Lucas Museum of Narrative Art have been unveiled, and it looks like a futuristic, curvy...

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November 05,2014

According to the latest ACEC Engineering Business Index, which charts the health of the engineering industry, U.S. engineering firm CEOs...

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November 04,2014

Sky SOHO is the third in a trilogy of SOHO China developments designed by Zaha Hadid Architects.

Iberê Camargo Foundation. Photo: Ricardo Rmx via Wikimedia Commons
November 03,2014

Herzog & de Meuron's iconic 1111 Lincoln Road parking garage in Miami Beach, Fla., is one of two winners of the $50,000 architectural prize....