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July 23,2014

The General Services Administration’s construction budget for fiscal year 2015 passed by the House this month includes cuts in both new...

Plans call for restaurants, apartments, offices, a hotel, a cinema and a theater
July 16,2014

The Santa Clara (Calif.) City Council approved the next steps for a massive development project next to Levi’s Stadium, the new home of the San...

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July 10,2014

A persistent drought in Southern California could lead to a water fee for new construction projects in Ventura.

La Entrada master-planned community in Coachella. Renderings: KTGY
July 01,2014

Plans for a new section of the proposed $1 billion La Entrada master-planned community in Coachella, Calif., moved ahead after the developer and...

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June 30,2014

New research findings indicate that for the first time more than half of projects above $10 million are being completed through design-build...

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June 26,2014

Ohio became the nation’s first state to roll back renewable energy standards after the state House of Representatives passed Senate...

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June 25,2014

The Studio is the first to be launched as part of the AIA Foundation’s National Resilience Program, which plans to open a total of five Regional...

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June 18,2014

The U.S. Senate reached a compromise deal combining elements of two competing Veterans Administration reform bills that would, among other...

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June 11,2014

A bipartisan proposal from U.S. Reps. Tom Reed, R-N.Y., and Bill Pascrell, D-N.J., would make roof replacement cost less and would help commercial...

Under the original plan, the complex was scheduled to be finished as early as th
June 05,2014

A massive new headquarters for the Department of Homeland Security is more than $1.5 billion over budget, 11 years behind schedule, and may...