Combining modular wall systems with an integrated application of sound-absorbing finishes and background sound masking resulted in an adaptable environment that met the...
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A skyscraper in New York City is using Mage Powertec Plus modules to reduce electricity consumption and decrease carbon emissions.
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A 3,500-sf, football-shaped copper roof is a highlight of the Kansas City Chiefs’ new training facility in Missouri.
Thursday, April 14, 2011 - 09:07
A $35 million makeover turned a crumbling, four-story parking garage in downtown Tacoma, Wash., into a new six-story mixed-use building with 68,000 sf of class A office...
Tuesday, February 15, 2011 - 12:10
“UAV.” “LATISTA.” “CMST.” If BD+C Giants 300 contractors have anything to say about it, these new terms may someday be as well known as “BIM” or “LEED.” Here’s a sampling of what Giant GCs and CMs...
Jacobs, Barton Malow, Hill International top Building Design+Construction's 2014 ranking of the largest construction management and project management firms in the United States.
Turner, Whiting-Turner, Skanska top Building Design+Construction's 2014 ranking of the largest contractors in the United States.
Following solid revenue growth in 2013, the majority of U.S.-based engineering and engineering/architecture firms expect more of the same this year, according to BD+C’s 2014 Giants 300...
Jacobs, AECOM, Parsons Brinckerhoff top Building Design+Construction's 2014 ranking of the largest engineering/architecture firms in the United States.
Fluor, Arup, Day & Zimmermann top Building Design+Construction's 2014 ranking of the largest engineering firms in the United States.
Gensler, Perkins+Will, NBBJ top Building Design+Construction's 2014 ranking of the largest architecture firms in the United States.
Building Design+Construction magazine's annual ranking the nation's largest architecture, engineering, and construction firms in the U.S.
The Urban Green Council addresses a concern that many "green" buildings in the U.S. have: poor insulation.
Danish design firm C.F. Møller has developed a novel way to increase community space without compromising privacy or indoor space.
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