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July 17,2014

Plans to improve Washington D.C.'s Potomac River waterfront by Maine Ave. have been discussed for years. Finally, The Wharf has started its first...

July 17,2014

The Urban Green Council addresses a concern that many "green" buildings in the U.S. have: poor insulation.

The design is of a classic residential high-rise that is encapsulated by a layer
July 17,2014

Danish design firm C.F. Møller has developed a novel way to increase community space without compromising privacy or indoor space.

July 16,2014

Construction starts for nonresidential work saw a surge in June, rising more than a third compared with the previous month, according to Reed...

July 16,2014

Indoor Air Quality Association will become part of the ASHRAE organization while maintaining its own brand and board; HQ will relocate to Atlanta...

July 15,2014

Celebrated American architect Michael Graves sits with the Washington Post to talk about how being on a wheelchair changed the way he focuses on...

July 15,2014

Modular construction is more than a century old, and throughout its lifespan, the methods have been readapted to meet specific needs of different...

July 15,2014

Together, the firms will form a massive global giant with more than $19 billion in revenue and 95,000 employees in 150 countries.

July 15,2014

The Harmonization Task Group will offer marketplace benefits including consistent messaging, simplification, elimination of redundancies, and...