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February 15,2012

Specifying air curtains as energy-saving, cost-cutting alternatives to vestibules in 3,000-square-foot buildings and larger has been a recent...

February 09,2012

The bill is similar to a White House planto cut $8 billion worth of building costs by the end of the 2012 fiscal year, and to establish a panel to...

February 09,2012

This case study will focus on strategies used to save the client money, achieve certification, and effectively market success once the project was...

February 09,2012

Much of that growth will be in the European Union, where near-zero energy buildings are mandated by 2019 for public buildings, and by 2021 for all...

February 09,2012

A Construction Specifications Institute webinar will focus on the lessons learned through the design and construction of a LEED-certified...

February 08,2012

The group will develop a low-cost seismic retrofit model that would benefit aging brick-and-mortar structures. It involves bolting steel brackets...

January 30,2012

These developments demonstrate the dynamic nature of the market and the continued need for development of program standards of many different...

January 30,2012

Contractors will need to be on the lookout for policies such as the Contractor Accountability for Quality clause.

January 30,2012

“The biggest problem is getting our workers to use the equipment,” says Michael J. Florio, executive director of the organization.

January 05,2012

Once seen as a cost burden, building to LEED standards is now an "easy call," according to Dan Probst, chairman of energy and sustainability for...