Issue Contents

October 2011

Digital Edition

Feature

Office designs are adjusting to dramatic changes in employee work habits. Goodbye, cube farm. Hello, bright, open offices with plenty of collaborative space.

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In a recent survey conducted by Building Design+Construction, more than 75% of respondents indicated they currently use BIM or plan to use it. Respondents were also asked to comment on their experiences with BIM, what they liked and...

The Louisiana State Sports Hall of Fame celebrates the sporting past, but it took innovative 3D planning and coordination of the future to deliver its contemporary design.

An aged federal building gets wrapped in a new double wall glass skin.

National Center for Explosives launches research and learning facility; Marine Corps bachelor housing strives for LEED-NC Gold; Luxury Manhattan hotel a dream getaway for guests; Army’s Fort Belvoir hospital earns LEED Silver; Freestanding...

Mixed-use development to revitalize Old Pasadena neighborhood; International Financial Bank plans new HQ in Miami; Artist housing in New Orleans reflects cultural growth; Food distribution center to create more than 100 jobs in Newark; Medical...

Samuel S. Unger,  RA, MCR, SLCR, MBA, is the Americas Real Estate Leader for Ernst & Young, LLP, Atlanta. He also serves as president of the CoreNet Global Atlanta chapter. In addition to managing 6.8 million square feet of real estate...

Elevators and escalators have been re-engineered to help building owners reduce energy consumption and move people more efficiently.