Issue Contents

June 2013

Digital Edition

Feature

Every month we’ll be catching up with past 40 Under 40 honorees to see what they’ve been up to since winning the award. This month we focus on a construction manager and a healthcare designer.

The winners of the 2013 Building Team Awards show that great buildings cannot be built without the successful collaboration of the Building Team. 

Here’s where AEC firms and owners are getting the most bang for the buck when using BIM/VDC to coordinate data center projects.

Building Team cooperation and expertise help Georgia Tech create a LEED Platinum building for energy science.

A LEED Gold project enhances a busy Chicago neighborhood, meeting ambitious criteria for acoustical design and adaptability.

This course provides step-by-step prescriptive advice to architects, engineers, and contractors on when it makes sense to repair or rehabilitate existing windows, and when they should advise their building owner clients to consider replacement....

A renovation/addition project at Columbia Theological Seminary unites a historic residence hall with a modern classroom facility.

From resilient flooring that looks like stone to ceramic tile that's warm to the touch, here's a roundup of the latest innovations in commercial flooring products. 

Roosevelt University builds a 32-story tower to satisfy students’ needs for housing, instruction, and recreation.

Working together for the first time, a unified Building Team executes a large pharmaceutical office program in just 12 months—while meeting the needs of two demanding clients.