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March 21,2013

A recent post on Atlantic Cities highlights research by the U.S. Census Bureau's Stephanie Ewert that shows a correlation between the growth of...

March 14,2013

Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., and Chicago top EPA's list of the U.S. cities with the greatest number of Energy Star certified buildings in 2012...

A view of Loring Park, Minneapolis. Credit: Dan Wick
February 25,2013

Charlotte, Denver, and Milwaukee are among 10 U.S. cities ranked recently by the conservation organization American Forests for having quality...

Suffolk University’s $62 million academic building gets the go-ahead
February 17,2013

The Boston Redevelopment Authority board yesterday unanimously approved Suffolk University’s plans to move forward with a new campus building at...

Arcadia (Calif.) High School opens $20 million performing arts center
February 06,2013

A 60-year old wish for the community of Arcadia has finally come true with the opening of Arcadia Unified School District’s new $20 million...

8 eye-popping wood building projects
February 05,2013

From 100-foot roof spans to novel reclaimed wood installations, the winners of the 2013 National Wood Design Awards push the envelope in wood...

Bernards broke ground in June 2011 on the phased project, which is scheduled for
December 05,2012

Designed by BCA Architects, the $76 million, 220,000-ft project encompasses a total of nine buildings.

The new, $3.8-million, 100,000-square-foot sports complex replaced and expanded
September 24,2012

The complex also includes a new, one-story, multi-purpose building that serves as the main entry port to the athletic facilities.

Beacon High School groundbreaking ceremony.
August 15,2012

The Beacon High School will be located in the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood of Manhattan.

The $7.1 million project consists of 14,000-sf of renovations, including a 5,500
July 25,2012

Construction for McMahon Dining Hall will be completed in September 2012.