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Rendering courtesy Behnisch Architekten
November 25,2014

The multi-use building for Artists For Humanity that is slated to be the largest energy positive commercial building in New England.

Photo: Joost J. Bakker via Wikimedia Commons
November 24,2014

Uncertainty about government spending clouds an otherwise positive economic outlook among 59 middle market construction firms polled recently by...

All renderings courtesy Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture
November 24,2014

Fitted with an LED façade, the 468-meter Greenland Tower Chengdu will act as a light sculpture for the city of Chengdu.

Photo: Joe Ravi, CC-BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons
November 21,2014

The multifamily sector is now outpacing the peak construction rate in the previous housing cycle, in 2006, according to the WSJ....

November 21,2014

This represents Nelson’s fifth merger or acquisition in 2014, during which the firm’s net fee revenue has increased by 60% to $65 million. ...

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November 21,2014

There are a number of reasons for optimism among respondents of FMI's quarterly Nonresidential Construction Index survey, including healthier...

November 21,2014

The architecture profession continues to grow along with a gradually recovering economy, based on the results of the 2014 Survey of Architectural...

Photo: Rob Aylward/U.S. Navy via Wikimedia Commons
November 19,2014

The construction industry, whose workforce was decimated during the last recession, is slowly getting back on its feet. However, in certain...

Renderings courtesy Damian Rogers Architecture, Arup, Squint/Opera
November 19,2014

The surfing pool would offer 98-foot-wide waves that would run the length of the 500-foot-long enclave.

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November 18,2014

Headed by the continued strength in the multifamily residential market and the emerging growth for institutional projects, demand for design...