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April 24,2013

North Carolina lawmakers have introduced state legislation that would restrict the use of national green building rating programs, including LEED...

April 23,2013

Milliken recently debuted a flexible fabric that allows for concrete installations on slopes, in water, and in other hard to reach places—without...

April 19,2013

Construction crews are going to extremes to save the ornate brick façade of the Provo (Utah) Tabernacle temple, which was ravaged by a fire in...

March 29,2013

On April 17, Michael F. Engestrom, Dann H. Hall, Michael A. West, Stephen A. Mahin, Wallace W. Sanders, Jr., Mark V. Holland, Steven C. Ball,...

March 29,2013

Construction on multiple projects in Guangdong Province—including the 660-m Ping'an Finance Center—has been halted after inspectors in Shenzhen,...

March 10,2013

For the second consecutive year, NASCC: The Steel Conference provides a glimpse into the future of technology in steel construction with the...

AISC to give away 14 passes to 2013 NASCC: The Steel Conference
March 05,2013

The American Institute of Steel Construction is giving away 14 complimentary full registration passes (each worth $480) to its annual NASCC: The...

Legendary structural engineer Gene Corley passes away
March 04,2013

CTLGroup, an expert engineering and materials science firm located in Skokie, Illinois, is saddened by the news that W. Gene Corley, Ph.D., S.E.,...

Lend Lease builds world's tallest timber apartment building
February 28,2013

Construction giant Lend Lease recently put the finishing touches on Forté, a 10-story apartment complex in Melbourne, Australia's Victoria Harbour...

February 26,2013

New design values for all sizes and grades of visually graded Southern Pine dimension lumber were published in the Southern Pine Inspection Bureau...