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Modernist structures can be viable candidates for adaptive reuse as lodging, suc
on November 06,2013 in Feature

There’s more to creating a sustainable hotel than saving water and power by asking guests to reuse their towels.

on October 30,2013 in Feature

The winners of the 2013 Reconstruction Awards showcase the best work of distinguished Building Teams, encompassing historic preservation, adaptive...

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 August 22,2013 in Feature

This course discuses the latest technological advances in glazing, which make possible ever more efficient enclosures with ever greater glazed...

on August 14,2013 in Feature

Building Design+Construction's rankings of the nation's largest green design and construction firms. 

The Paramount Theatre of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, was heavily damaged by flooding in
on July 19,2013 in Feature
Increasingly, owners recognize that existing buildings represent a considerable resource in embodied energy, which can often be leveraged for...
For a recent renovation of a stairwell and exit corridors at Ridgewood High Scho
on April 30,2013 in Feature

Kate Steel of Steel Consulting Services offers tips and advice for choosing the correct code-compliant glazing product for every fire-rated...

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,...