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May 28,2014

For some building owners, a new measurement standard could mean that their building would shrink in size and lose value.

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May 28,2014

New York City developers are using rooftop wind turbines in an effort to attract buyers by highlighting a building’s green credentials.

CBRE's global headquarters in Los Angeles is the world's first WELL-certified co
May 28,2014

The standard is the first protocol of its kind that focuses on improving human wellness within the built environment by identifying specific...

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May 22,2014
The publication provides guidelines on interface requirements between chilled-water systems and technology cooling systems and on the...
UT Dallas 74,000-sf Student Services Building, the first academic structure in T
May 22,2014

Preliminary DOE analysis shows that the ASHRAE/IES’s 2013 energy efficiency standard contains energy savings over the 2010 standard of 8.5% source...

May 15,2014

The AISC standard Prequalified Moment Connections for Special and Intermediate Steel Moment Frames for Seismic Applications (ANSI/AISC...

May 15,2014

ConsensusDocs has released the new ConsensusDocs 746 Constructor & Geotechnical Consultant Agreement and the 747 Constructor & Consultant...

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May 13,2014

The industry associations, with more than 700,000 members generating almost $1 trillion in GDP, have issued a joint statement on resilience,...

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May 08,2014

The most resilient cities in the world, including five in the U.S., have attributes that would enable them to recover better than others from...

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May 08,2014

Thanks largely to an ambitious program to boost the use of LED lighting in its buildings, Los Angeles is the top ranked U.S. city on the...