Most Recent Features

Nov 10, 2011
New Perkins School for the Blind Building is dedicated to innovation, interaction, and independence for students.
Nov 10, 2011
The multi-phase terminal improvement program consists of an overall expansion to the airport’s footprint and major renovations to the existing airport terminal.
Nov 10, 2011
The 21,000-sf project will feature construction of a cable-stayed pedestrian bridge over Ocean Avenue, an elevated plaza deck above Wonderland MBTA Station, a central plaza, and an at-grade pedestrian crossing over...
Nov 9, 2011
In mid-2008, Equity Office Properties retained Chicago design firm Solomon Cordwell Buenz to lead the renovation of two Art Deco lobbies, a retail concourse, 13 passenger elevator cabs, and multi-tenant common areas. 
Nov 9, 2011
The maritime-themed high-rise, with 30 floors of office space, ground-level retail, a six-deck underground garage, a new glass-enclosed atrium, and a two-story civic space with multimedia center, public galleries, and performance space, is...
Nov 9, 2011
The Building Team added a modern touch to the interiors while keeping the exterior respectful of the building’s historic context. Irregular shell space resulted in numerous unique layouts for the 30 guest rooms.
Nov 9, 2011
In order to keep up with an expanding student enrollment and educational opportunities, the school decided to add 39,000 sf of classrooms, musical practice rooms, rehearsal space, and two performance venues. 
Nov 9, 2011
The project team members include owner Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, New York; design architect and interior designer of the restaurant, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, New York; executive architect, FXFOWLE, New York; and architect...
Nov 9, 2011
Program leads the industry in recovering and recycling roofing membrane into new roofing products.
Nov 9, 2011
  American Standard will collaborate with other organizations to build an industry-wide sustainability performance index.
Nov 8, 2011
The 701,896-sf, $160 million project took advantage of numerous green opportunities: 17,000 sf of green roofs, photovoltaics for pumping rainwater, green procurement, enhanced water efficiency, construction waste management, and improved...
Nov 8, 2011
When Suffolk University acquired the structure, most of the Modern Theatre was in disrepair. Only the limestone façade and a few fragments of the auditorium’s treatments could be saved.
Nov 8, 2011
In 2009, the college chose to renovate and expand the facility by 30,000 sf to centralize its Student Life and Student Organization offices, expand informal social space, and develop a 600-seat dining facility. 
Nov 8, 2011
In 2008 U.S. Air Force officials decided to repurpose the building as a community center for the new Hickam Communities housing privatization: the Joint Base Pearl Harbor–Hickam.