Installation of the 2.5 acre green roof vegetation on the City-owned Target Center begins today. Over the course of two days a 165 ton crane will hoist five truckloads of...
Wednesday, August 11, 2010 - 15:42
After a slight decline in April, the Architecture Billings Index was up a tenth of a point to 42.9 in May. As a leading economic indicator of construction activity, the...
Wednesday, August 11, 2010 - 15:53
Most of us know the fuel efficiency of our cars, but what about our buildings? ASHRAE is working to change that, moving one step closer today to introducing its building...
Wednesday, August 11, 2010 - 15:46
Energy Retrofit Group (ERG), the subsidiary of 40-year-old, award-winning Adache Group Architects, Inc., has announced the creation of their new energy conservation web...
Wednesday, August 11, 2010 - 15:48

Office Building

Image credit: Copyright CPAT / Hayes Davidson / Jason Hawkes
The vast majority of high-rise projects in the works are residential towers, which could help tackle the city's housing crisis, according to a new report by New London Architecture.
Photo: Dorma
From a high-tech classroom lockdown system to an impact-resistant wide-stile door line, BD+C editors present a collection of door and door hardware innovations. 
Hudson Spire
Design architect MJM + A has released an updated design scheme for the planned 1,800-foot-tall, superthin skyscraper. 
Photo: Structurlam
A CLT expert clears up several common misconceptions and myths surrounding the use of wood as a building material.
The desk is built from plywood and one continuous sheet of resin, and can serve all 145 office employees at once. 
Guinness World Records verifies the concrete pour as the largest ever
17 John was designed by Winka Dubbeldam.
Want to own a piece of Manhattan hotel real estate? Developer Rodrigo Nino is inviting individual investors to put up $100,000 each for his latest project, 17 John. 
Toronto firm Kiosk Solar has used camera-laden flying drones to survey rooftops
Building Teams across the globe are employing advanced robotics to simplify what is inherently a complex, messy process—construction.
The site is located at the gateway to the booming SoHo retail market, where Class A office space is scarce yet highly in demand.
The curved campus will consist of four different buildings, one exclusively for amenities like a coffee bar, bike shop, and bank.