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The “shale gale” of petroleum development is bringing economic growth to numerou
on July 18,2014 in Feature

Gensler, Perkins+Will, NBBJ top Building Design+Construction's 2014 ranking of the largest architecture firms in the United States. 

Los Angeles International Airport is undergoing a massive improvement program, e
on July 18,2014 in Feature

Building Design+Construction magazine's annual ranking the nation's largest architecture, engineering, and construction firms in the U.S.

For the west façade of the 77,000-sf Farm Credit Services of America Corporate O
on July 07,2014 in Feature

From wild architectural shapes to unique color blends and pattern arrangements, these projects demonstrate the design possibilities of brick....

Rubber floor tiles in 24x24-inch modules were water-jet cut to accommodate custo
on July 02,2014 in Feature

Rectangular tiles, digital graphic applications, the resurgence of terrazzo, and product transparency headline today’s commercial flooring trends...

Jevon Carrington and Leila Schey, both Architectural Designers in Gensler’s Wash
on July 01,2014 in Feature

In search of a fast rendering solution, Gensler looked to the gaming and moviemaking industries for the next breakthrough tool: Octane Render.

The city of Buffalo hired a team of professionals to execute assessments for mor
on June 08,2014 in Feature

Over the past few years, Buffalo has developed a cutting-edge facility management program to ensure it's utilizing its facilities and operations...

Integrated Design Group incorporates computational fluid dynamic (CFD) simulatio
on May 22,2014 in Feature

Here’s where AEC firms and owners are getting the most bang for the buck when using BIM/VDC to coordinate data center projects.

Facebook Data Center, Luleå, Sweden
on May 22,2014 in Feature

The demand for sophisticated facility monitoring solutions has spurred a new market segment—data center infrastructure management (DCIM)—that is...

Since trading traditional closed cubicles for an open, transparent layout, softw
on May 19,2014 in Feature

Driven by changing work styles, mobile technology, and the growing presence of Millennials, today’s workplaces are changing, mostly for the better...

For an 1893 academic building in the Collegiate Gothic style at Bryn Mawr (Pa.)
on April 16,2014 in Feature

Building Teams must focus on a number of key decisions in order to arrive at the optimal solution: repair the windows in place, remove and...