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Most people affiliate the maker culture with metal working, welding, ceramics, glass blowing, painting, and soldering. But it also includes coding and online content creation, writes Gensler’s Douglas Wittnebel.
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A recent study published in the journal Psychological Science revealed that employees were 26% more satisfied in their roles when they had positions of power. SPONSORED CONTENT
Haughton Middle School, Aaughton, La. Photo: www.valsparcoilextrusion.com
A beautiful coating on metal products can make a strong statement, whether used on a high-end commercial project or an industrial building. SPONSORED CONTENT
Paul Raiford, Director of Energy Services, Williams Scotsman
Q&A with Paul Raiford, Director of Energy Services with Williams Scotsman. SPONSORED CONTENT
Todd Wynne, Operations Technology Specialist, Rogers-O’Brien, is an early adop
A little over a year ago, I embarked on a search to find individuals in the AEC space who were putting new hardware to work in the field. SPONSORED CONTENT
Graphic depicts an example of a primary care model of the future. In many primar
As healthcare systems shift their care models to be more responsive to patient-centered care, ambulatory care teams need to be positioned to operate efficiently in their everyday work environments, write CannonDesign Health Practice...
Prajakti "PJ" Glasco, AIA, ACHA, LEED AP BD+C, Senior VP/Senior Project Planner,
Are you an AEC superstar? The 2015 "40 Under 40" competition is now open for entries. Here are some helpful tips to remember when applying. 
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The Audrain Building on Newport’s celebrated Bellevue Avenue was designed by New York architect Bruce Price in the early 1900s with intricate exterior detailing that exudes an enduring sense of luxury and tradition. SPONSORED CONTENT
Safety, consumer demand, and the new economics of flight are three of the major factors shaping how airlines and airport officials are approaching the need for upgrades and renovations, writes Skanska USA's MacAdam Glinn.
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As technology continues to evolve exponentially, construction firms have ongoing opportunities to enhance the quality, speed, and efficiency of building projects and processes. SPONSORED CONTENT
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Are you concerned with the long-life protection of your metal building project? SPONSORED CONTENT
reMOD is comprised of refurbished offices from Williams Scotsman’s existing flee
Leading general contractors, including Skanska USA and Turner Construction, are implementing sustainable modular jobsite offices throughout the country. SPONSORED CONTENT
One of the many fire resistive and blast-rated exterior wall openings by SAFTI F
Security, safety and transparency don’t have to be mutually exclusive thanks to new glazing technology designed to support blast and fire-resistant secure buildings. SPONSORED CONTENT
In a recent symposium hosted by Perkins+Will, experts in health sciences and edu
Things are changing in healthcare. Within academic medicine alone, there is a global shortage of healthcare professionals, a changing policy landscape within the U..S., and new view and techniques in both pedagogy and practice, writes...
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During the past five years, the worlds of hospitality and corporate real estate have undergone an incredible transformation. The traditional approach toward real estate asset management has shifted to a focus on offerings that accommodate...