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on April 15,2013 in Feature

To achieve the goals of sustainability and high performance, stakeholders in new construction and renovation projects must rein in energy...

Jared Krieger (right) conducts a project coordination meeting with two of his Ge
on April 05,2013 in Feature

Gensler's Jared Krieger offers important tips and advice for managing complex BIM/VDC-driven projects.

on April 02,2013 in Feature

If you do hotels, schools, student unions, office buildings, performing arts centers, transportation facilities, or any structure with a lobby,...

5 factors to consider when designing a shade system
on February 08,2013 in Feature

Designing a shade system is more complex than picking out basic white venetian blinds. Here are five elements to consider when designing an...

Douglas Durst
on December 09,2012 in Feature

Douglas Durst on the practicalities of development: “You must think about a building from the inside out.”

Georgia Tech’s Engineered Biosystems Building will provide 200,000 sf of researc
on November 01,2012 in Feature

Design firms deliver gold, platinum, even net-zero projects

In addition to achieving net-zero energy use and LEED-NC Platinum certification,
on October 05,2012 in Feature

Working with A/E firm SmithGroupJJR, DPR converted a vacant 16,533-sf one-time “adult-themed boutique” in the city’s reemerging Discovery Triangle...

A 1953 Allis-Chalmers bulldozer in the central atrium of the Walsh Training and
on October 05,2012 in Feature

With its Building Team partners—architect Solomon Cordwell Buenz, structural engineer CS Associates, and M/E engineer McGuire Engineers—Walsh...

Gallery forum at the Rice Fergus Miller Office & Studio, Bremerton, Wash. The Bu
on October 04,2012 in Feature

Rice Fergus Miller bought a vacant and derelict Sears Auto and converted the 30,000 gsf space into the most energy-efficient commercial building...

 One World Trade Center aims to be one of the most sustainable office buildings
on August 09,2012 in Feature

Upon its scheduled completion in early 2014, One World Trade Center will rise 1,776 feet to the top of its spire, making it the tallest building...