The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH)—the international body that arbitrates on tall building height and determines the title of “The World’s Tallest...
Wednesday, August 11, 2010 - 15:56
The first cable-suspended free-span solar energy system was completed today over the REM Eyewear headquarters parking lot in Sun Valley, Calif. The patented, cable-...
Wednesday, August 11, 2010 - 15:53
The global construction, engineering and infrastructure industry saw a significant decline in fraud activity with companies losing an average of $6.4 million over the last...
Wednesday, August 11, 2010 - 15:39

Office Building

All renderings courtesy Ateliers Jean Nouvel, Dam & Partners, and EPO.
With around 80,000 sm and a budget of €205 million self-financed by the EPO, the complex will be one of the biggest office construction sites ever in the Netherlands. 
Photo credit: Rob Young, Wikimedia Commons
New research findings indicate that for the first time more than half of projects above $10 million are being completed through design-build project delivery. 
Photo: Jacopo Werther via Wikimedia Commons
The Studio is the first to be launched as part of the AIA Foundation’s National Resilience Program, which plans to open a total of five Regional Resilience Design Studios nationwide in collaboration...
This infographic, made by Sunica de Klerk and originally posted by ArchDaily, shows the evolution of the office from 2400 B.C. to the present day.
Rendering courtesy of WRNS Studio and Clive Wilkinson Architects.
Demolition will begin this week as a precursor to construction of Intuit's new addition to its Mountain View, Calif., campus. The first of two additions, a 185,000-sf building on Marine Way, is...
Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
Sterling Bay Cos. and Bill Davies' International Property Developers North America partner up for a $500 million restoration of Chicago's Old Main Post Office
The development's wavy and groovy design promises unobstructed views of the Marmara Sea for every unit.
Walkable communities have a higher GDP, greater wealth, and higher percentages of college grads, according to a new study by George Washington University.
Using 3D printing, Arup engineers were able to design and fabricate this lightwe
The firm's research shows that 3D printing has the potential to reduce costs, cut waste, and slash the carbon footprint of the construction sector.
Renderings: courtesy Chetwood Architects
The Phoenix Towers are expected to reach 1 km, the same height as Adrian Smith and Gordon Gill's Kingdom Tower, but would set a record for multiple towers in one development.