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A ceiling-high stone fireplace framed by rustic wooden logs was created by artis
on November 11,2012 in Feature

Hotel boom signals good news for greener lodging facilities

“Leap,” by artist Lawrence Argent, at Sacramento International Airport. A key co
on July 20,2012 in Feature

Ranking the leading firms in Architecture, Engineering, and Construction.

The Colorado Department of Military and Veterans Affairs’ Fort Lupton Readiness
on May 31,2012 in Feature

Defense spending may be down somewhat, but there’s still plenty of project dollars out there if you know where to look.

on November 11,2011 in Feature

The civilian and military branches of the federal government are looking for innovative, smart-thinking AEC firms to design and construct their...

on September 12,2011 in Feature

Modular Architecture > You’ve done a LEED Gold or two, maybe even a LEED Platinum. But are you and your firm ready to take on the Living...

on May 19,2011 in Product Review

A 20,000-sf glass curtain wall is the focal point of the 54-story JW Marriott Hotel at L.A. Live in Los Angeles, the first building in 20 years to...

on May 18,2011 in Feature

The Orange County, Calif., firm NKDDI designed the 22,000-sf Luna Lounge & Nightclub in Pomona, Calif., to be a high-end multipurpose event...

on May 10,2011 in Feature

Take a look at the temporary restaurant sitting atop Brussels’ historic Arc de Triomphe-Triomfboog. The Cube, by Electrolux, offers 18...

on April 13,2011 in Feature
Erin’s Pavilion, a welcome and visitors center at the 80-acre Edwin Watts Southwind Park in Springfield, Ill., earned LEED Platinum. The new 16,000-...