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Ritz-Carlton Residences Miami adaptive reuse of King Cole Hotel Photo Kim Sargent

The Ritz-Carlton Residences sits on a 36-slip private marina in Miami Beach, Fla. The project team for Lionheart Capital’s 111-condominium community was led by Stantec (AOR). Residences are priced from $2 million to $40 million. Photo: Kim Sargent

    

Multifamily Housing | January 20, 2021 | Mike Plotnick, Contributing Editor

The 1920s King Cole Hotel becomes the Ritz-Carlton Residences Miami in the largest residential adaptive reuse project in South Florida.

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May 01, 2007 | Peter Fabris, Contributing Editor

When it comes to valuing employees, many firms offer flowery platitudes about attracting and retaining the best and b...

March 01, 2008 |

Almost 10 years ago, principals at RDK Engineers in Andover, Mass., decided to radically reorganize the MEP firm's bu...

September 01, 2007 | By Peter Fabris, Contributing Editor

The Old Patent Office Building in Washington, D.C., completed in 1867, houses two Smithsonian Institution museums—the...

As architects design high-performing commercial buildings, supporting life safety via perimeter fire containment systems is critical. Specifying a tested, listed assembly that incorporates six essential design elements and withstands extreme testing conditions can help architects support passive life safety and optimize opportunities for egress during a commercial building fire.

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February 01, 2007 | By Jay W. Schneider, Senior Editor

Hospital Building Teams are giving increasing attention to patient safety, and with good reason: The Institute of Med...

May 01, 2007 | Dave Barista, Managing Editor

Having a hard time recruiting top-notch talent? You're not alone. Four of five AEC firms say hiring and retaining sta...

July 01, 2002 | By Larry Flynn, Senior Editor

As new residents of Charlotte, N.C., are seeking to make a connection with the rapidly growing Southeastern hot spot,...

Get inspired! Brick’s adaptability has made it the premier building material for centuries even as styles come and go. Nothing says “classic” like brick, but nothing says “innovative” like brick either. Check out some examples of how fired clay brick remains a major presence in the 21st Century designer’s palette.

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February 01, 2007 | By Jay W. Schneider, Senior Editor

Panelized wood roofs have been in use for more than 40 years west of the Mississippi, where wood has always been plen...

January 15, 2008 | By Maggie Koerth-Baker, Contributing Editor and Jay W. Schneider, Senior Editor

The 40 remarkable individuals profiled on the following pages are some of the brightest stars in the AEC universe—and...

August 01, 2004 | Staff

Comprehensive force protection. Building standoff. Blast proofing. CBR detection. Progressive collapse. Collateral da...

January 01, 2006 | By Jay W. Schneider, Senior Editor

A few years ago, developer Kathleen Webb wondered about the viability of a mixed-use project that her firm was planni...

July 01, 2006 | By Hannah Schroder, Editorial Intern

The trend toward incorporating green building and sustainable design into modular school construction has been making...

March 01, 2001 | By Gordon Wright, Senior Editor

When former Tonight Show host Johnny Carson joked about "beautiful downtown Burbank," only residents of the Los Angel...

November 01, 2005 | Story and Photos by Jeff Yoders, Associate Editor

San Jose, California's third-largest city (after Los Angeles and San Diego), enjoys a robust population of almost one...

July 01, 2001 | Staff

1 (—) $5,406.00Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. 1111 S. Arroyo Parkway, P.O. Box 7084 Pasadena, CA 91109-7084 (628) 578-...

April 30, 2012 |

Insulated metal panels, or IMPs, have been a popular exterior wall cladding choice for more than 30 years. These sand...

December 01, 2007 | By Jay W. Schneider, Senior Editor

“People are looking for a hotel experience that plays on the idea of escapism,” says Monica Cuervo, senior associate...

October 01, 2006 | Staff

Vinyl mimics concrete, leather, and wood New vinyl floors from Innovision in the ArtWalk collection accurately replic...

December 01, 2006 | By Jeff Yoders, Associate Editor

Self-cleaning paints and coatings that use photocatalytic titanium dioxide (TiO2) and are widely used in Europe to co...

March 01, 2005 | Dave Barista

Can the use of wood in school construction create healthier, safer, more productive learning environments? In Japan,...

March 01, 2005 | By Robert Cassidy, Editor-in-Chief

For David A. Hansen, AIA, taking on a major project in Asia is nothing new. As a design principal at Chicago's Perkin...

July 01, 2001 | Staff

Edward Friedrichs admits that expanding his firm's global reach has not exactly been a primary initiative over the pa...

September 01, 2002 | By Gordon Wright, Executive Editor

Although visitors to Las Vegas are accustomed to seeing futuristic-looking hotel/casinos, they might not expect to fi...

March 01, 2004 | By Larry Flynn, Senior Editor

When a nation of 1.3 billion flexes its economic muscle, the result is a building boom of unprecedented proportions....

April 01, 2007 | Staff

Robert Benson Senior Associate 4240 Architecture Chicago David P. Callan Vice President, Director of Sustainable Desi...

October 01, 2004 | By Larry Flynn, Senior Editor

Since its construction in the mid-1920s, Seattle's Skinner Building has undergone numerous capital improvements to en...

August 01, 2005 | Staff

Designed by the Swiss firm Herzog & de Meuron, the amoeba-shaped building has a wide range of functions. In addit...

November 01, 2001 | By Larry Flynn, Senior Editor

While the trend in sports facilities is retro stadiums, parks and arenas, Denver's Invesco Field at Mile High is a de...

January 01, 2003 | By Larry Flynn, Senior Editor

Brutalism is the architectural term perhaps most closely associated with concrete. Stark in nature, dull in color, bi...

May 01, 2003 | By Renée Young, Contributing Editor

The best seat in the house at the new Seahawks Stadium in Seattle isn't on the 50-yard line. It's in the southeast co...

December 01, 2003 | By Gordon Wright, Executive Editor

The McCormick Tribune Campus Center, designed by the Pritzker Prize-winning Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas, is, with He...

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