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on December 10,2013 in Feature

From a crowd-funded smart shovel to a why-didn’t-someone-do-this-sooner scheme for managing traffic in public restrooms, these ideas are...

on December 03,2013 in Feature

When setting up a capital project plan, it's one thing to have the data, but quite another to have the knowledge of the process. 

on November 27,2013 in Feature

BD+C editors present a roundup of the latest technologies and applications in exterior wall systems, from a tapered metal wall installation in...

The newly opened UCLA Outpatient Surgery and Medical Building consists of two wi
on November 27,2013 in Feature

LEED for Healthcare debuted in spring 2011, and certifications are now beginning to roll in. They include the new Puyallup (Wash.) Medical Center...

The 8,500-sf Jackson Sustainable Winery Building at the University of California
on November 08,2013 in Feature

Some science-design experts once believed high levels of sustainability would be possible only for low-intensity labs in temperate zones. But...

on November 06,2013 in Feature

This BDCuniversity.com course provides a thorough introduction to the design, cost and performance advantages of steel castellated and cellular...

on October 30,2013 in Feature

If you like to geek out on building information modeling and virtual design and construction, you should enjoy this overview of the top BIM/VDC...

on September 19,2013 in Feature

Renowned green building author, Jerry Yudelson, offers five valuable lessons for designers, contractors, and building owners, based on a study of...

on September 19,2013 in Feature

Phase-change materials, electrochromic glass, and building-integrated PVs are among the breakthrough glazing technologies that are taking energy...

on September 19,2013 in Feature

When embarking upon a roofing renovation project, one of the first decisions for the Building Team is whether to tear off and replace the existing...