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on January 02,2015

Construction consultant FMI foresees—with some caveats—continuing growth in the office, lodging, and manufacturing sectors. But funding uncertainties raise red flags in education and healthcare.

on December 03,2014

The report projects a future where highways will be made from self-healing, glow-in-the-dark materials and will be governed by sophisticated technologies that communicate with cars, road infrastructure, and GPS systems.

An example of Aon’s Construction Risk Map, which the portal updates regularly to
on November 18,2014

The new interactive tool from Aon Risk Solutions provides real-time updates pertaining to the risk climate of municipalities across the U.S.

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Minneapolis’s Target Field Station opened last May 17. The $82.5 million hub is
on January 17,2015 in Feature

You can catch a train at Minneapolis’s new Target Field Station. You can also share in an experience. That’s what ‘Open Transit’ is all about.

Sasaki Associates used detailed network visualizations like this traffic flow pa
on December 28,2014 in Feature

There are literally hundreds of applications for deep analytics in planning and design projects, not to mention the many benefits for construction...

At Coastline Community College’s Newport Beach (Calif.) Campus, the Building Tea
on December 28,2014 in Feature

Providing more comfortable conditions to building occupants has become a top priority in today’s interior designs. This course is worth 1.0...