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Renderings and plans courtesy New Wave Architecture
January 27,2014

Forget the rock climbing wall. A developer in Iran is building a rock climbing hall. That's right, an entire building dedicated to...

Renderings courtesy Foster + Partners, Comcast Corp.
January 21,2014

The British architect last week unveiled his scheme for the $1.2 billion, 59-story Comcast Innovation and Technology Center, planned adjacent to...

December 31,2013

The world's tallest twisting tower and the rise of augmented reality technology in construction were among the 10 most popular articles posted on...

December 16,2013

Twenty years ago the Northridge Earthquake shook California and the results surprised designers throughout the U.S. AISC and the steel industry is...

November 13,2013

Design professionals now have a valuable new resource on practical applications for stability design

November 04,2013

The American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) has added more historic documents to its online ePubs collection for AISC members. The latest...

October 25,2013

In California, there are still hundreds of concrete buildings that need reinforcement to bring them up to the new seismic code.

October 22,2013

The 75-story residential building, designed by SOM, features a dramatically rising helix shape for a distinctive addition to the city’s skyline....

October 03,2013

Where will you be on SteelDay this year? Whether you visit a structural steel facility, tour a job site or attend a seminar, join the structural...

National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Springfield, Va. Photo: Paul Warchol
October 01,2013

The Barclays Center arena in Brooklyn and the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, N.C., are among projects named 2013 IDEAS2 winners by the American...