Most Recent Press Releases

Jan 7, 2009
Architect Gordon Gill’s vision of "A tall, green future" and Yale professor Kyoung Sun Moon's breakthrough analysis on reducing material in tall...
Mar 11, 2002
A 1,000-pound scaffold in place to allow workers to clean and caulk the curtain wall on the John Hancock Center in Chicago broke loose from the 42nd...
Oct 15, 2008
The word "Manhattan" translates from the Lenape language as "island of many hills." The island of Manhattan in New York City doesn't have many...
Nov 16, 2008
Four workplaces in the United States that are both ecologically responsible and well-liked by users are recipients of the 2008 Livable Buildings...
Dec 1, 2008
Eugene, OR — Papé Machinery's product support team members have offered a series of tips and real-world examples for maximizing the potential of...
Nov 14, 2008
In 1968, a gas explosion on the 18th floor of a high-rise in London’s Ronan Point area blew out a load-bearing wall. All the rooms directly above the...
Jul 7, 2008
Results of a study are coming in regarding the amount of settlement in a bridge embankment experiment along SH 360 in Grand Prairie. The...
Aug 25, 2008
Balfour Beatty is a little over one year into construction of the new student union at the University of North Carolina — Charlotte. The $55-...
Sep 1, 2001
In the high-rise building development market, time is money. The faster buildings can be designed and constructed, the quicker owners and...
May 26, 2008
The way the construction industry moves the earth is being revolutionized. Companies such as Caterpillar, Trimble, Spectra Lasers, and Cashman...