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on August 11,2010 in Feature (Web Exclusive)

Gafcon, a leading California-based construction management and consulting firm, announced today that construction is now complete on a new $1.6...

on August 11,2010 in Feature
As the need for new state, county, and municipal facilities keeps growing and funding for public building construction continues to shrink, state and...
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Take a stroll through a new residential housing development at many U.S. military posts, and you'd be hard-pressed to tell it apart from a newer...
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In the days when three-quarters of America was a wild, lawless no-man's land, Pioneer Courthouse in Portland, Ore., stood out as a symbol of justice...
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The Old Patent Office Building in Washington, D.C., completed in 1867, houses two Smithsonian Institution museums—the National Portrait Gallery and...
on August 11,2010 in Feature
The Robert F. Kennedy Main Justice Building houses the U.S. Attorney General's office, the Justice Department headquarters, and the largest historic...
on August 11,2010 in Feature
At 69 square miles, Vineland is New Jersey's largest city, at least in geographic area, and it has a rich history. It was established in 1861 as a...
on August 11,2010 in Feature
Judges saw the Triple Bridge Gateway in Midtown Manhattan as more art installation than building project, but they were impressed at how the...
on August 11,2010 in Feature
The Virginia State Capitol Building—originally designed by Thomas Jefferson and almost as old as the nation itself—has proudly served as the oldest...
on August 11,2010 in Feature
1. Riverwalk Transforms Chicago's Second Waterfront Chicago has long enjoyed a beautiful waterfront along Lake Michigan, but the Windy City's second...