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on October 13,2010 in Feature

The $137 million, 12-story, 500,000-sf Miami Valley Hospital cardiac center, Dayton, Ohio, is the first major hospital project in the U.S. to have...

on October 13,2010 in Feature

The $4.8 million Lewis and Clark Confluence Tower in Hartford, Ill., commemorates explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark at the point where...

on September 13,2010 in Feature

Two veteran structural engineers give you the lowdown on how to trim costs the next time you build with steel.

on August 11,2010 in Product Review

A new insulated wall panel features a hard, aggregated, fiber-reinforced polymer coating that provides the appearance of finished precast concrete...

on August 11,2010 in Product Review
If you've been really sick in Magnolia, Ark., chances are you've been to Magnolia Hospital. This municipal facility has been a healthcare beacon for...
on August 11,2010 in Product Review
Towering above the Chicago skyline at 1,450 feet, Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower) is the tallest building in North America. Its newest...
on August 11,2010 in Feature
About five or six years ago, officials at the University of California at Berkeley came to the conclusion that they needed to build a proper home for...
on August 11,2010 in Feature
Italian architect Renzo Piano refers to his $294 million, 264,000-sf Modern Wing of the Art Institute of Chicago as a “temple of light.” That's all...
on August 11,2010 in Feature
27. Next-Generation Green Roofs Sprout up in New York New York is not particularly known for its green roofs, but two recent projects may put the Big...
on August 11,2010 in Feature

The best seat in the house at the new Seahawks Stadium in Seattle isn't on the 50-yard line. It's in the southeast corner, at the very top...