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Library | November 30, 2020 | David Malone, Associate Editor

The project is located in Johannesburg.

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August 01, 2005 | Staff

The Uithof university campus southeast of Utrecht is famous far beyond the borders of the Netherlands for its modern...

August 01, 2009 | By Robert Cassidy, Editor-in-Chief; Jay W. Schneider, Senior Editor; Dave Barista, Managing Editor; and Jeff Yoders, Senior Associate Editor

9. HOK Takes Videoconferencing to A New Level with its Advanced Collaboration Rooms To help foster collaboration amon...

May 01, 2008 | By C.C. Sullivan and Barbara Horwitz-Bennett

Structural steel has been a popular framing material for more than a century. This special report details new develop...

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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May 01, 2002 | By Dave Barista, Associate Editor

For network communications giant Avaya Inc., attracting and retaining top research and development talent is of the u...

July 01, 2005 | Staff

Last year, some 35,000 continuing education learning units were made available to architects and other building profe...

January 01, 2004 | By Gordon Wright, Executive Editor

Ever since Washington, D.C.'s 103-mile metropolitan rail system began operating in 1976, development around its 83 st...

September 01, 2009 |

“From eyesore to icon.” That's how Reconstruction Awards judge K. Nam Shiu so concisely described the restoration eff...

September 01, 2009 |

A Matthew H. Johnson, PE Associate Principal Simpson Gumpertz & HegerWaltham, Mass. B K. Nam Shiu, SE, PEVP Walke...

August 01, 2009 | By Robert Cassidy, Editor-in-Chief; Jay W. Schneider, Senior Editor; Dave Barista, Managing Editor; and Jeff Yoders, Senior Associate Editor

1. Riverwalk Transforms Chicago's Second Waterfront Chicago has long enjoyed a beautiful waterfront along Lake Michig...

July 01, 2002 | Larry Flynn

If the economy were a disease and the industrial building sector were a living being, it would be at death's door. Bu...

April 01, 2003 | By Robert Cassidy, Editor-in-Chief

Six years ago, Bayer Group, the $30-billion chemical, pharmaceutical, polymer, and agricultural products manufacturer...

February 01, 2006 | By Dave Barista, Assistant Managing Editor

When evaluating the merits of roofing systems, specifiers generally consider a product's performance record, warranty...

December 01, 2003 | By Larry Flynn, Senior Editor

Despite recent struggles, 2004 looks to be the year when nonresidential building returns to healthy growth. "There ar...

October 01, 2005 | Barbara Horwitz-Bennett

Flash back to 1910, when the newly opened Hotel Stockton was a classy 252-room hotel with shops, restaurants, a ballr...

January 20, 2009 | By C.C. Sullivan and Barbara Horwitz-Bennett

Whether it's planting a green roof, installing building-integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) systems, or applying coatings...

April 01, 2007 | By Dave Barista, Managing Editor

Over a five-day stretch last December, students at the Carroll School in Lincoln, Mass., witnessed the installation o...

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

Office design has always been linked to productivity—how many workers can be reasonably squeezed into a given space—b...

November 01, 2004 | By Larry Flynn, Senior Editor

The General Services Administration's great architectural awakening came 10 years ago, with the implementation of its...

May 01, 2007 | Peter Fabris, Contributing Editor

SmithGroup has a rightful claim to the title of the country's oldest architecture/engineering firm. Sheldon Smith fou...

January 01, 2005 | By Gordon Wright, Executive Editor

By almost any measure, the design and construction of Grace Church in Eden Prairie, Minn., must be judged a remarkabl...

November 01, 2004 | By Robert Cassidy, Editor-in-Chief

As Chief Architect of the U.S. General Services Administration, Edward A. Feiner, FAIA, oversees an inventory of more...

January 01, 2009 |

Construction executive Mortenson Construction, Madison, Wis. EDUCATION BS, Arizona State University ACCOMPLISHMENTS T...

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

With 3,700 legal advisers in 28 offices in the Americas, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, Clifford Chance holds the...

April 01, 2008 |

Earlier this year, New Millennium Building Systems surveyed architects, engineers, contractors, building owners, and...

January 01, 2001 | By Dave Barista, Associate Editor

When Congress passed the Energy Policy Act of 1992 (EPAct) regulating water-flow rates for plumbing fixtures, enginee...

April 01, 2009 | By C.C. Sullivan and Barbara Horwitz-Bennett

Windows are among the most desirable features of most building types, welcoming in natural light, linking to the outd...

October 01, 2001 | By Larry Flynn, Senior Editor

Spiraling energy costs, energy conservation efforts and the beneficial effects of daylight exposure on worker product...

April 01, 2004 | By Gordon Wright, Executive Editor

The new Walter J. Sullivan Water Purification Facility in Cambridge, Mass., can easily be mistaken for a commercial o...

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

Yale University's new $52.6 million sculpture building and gallery has been described by its architect, Stephen Kiera...

January 01, 2009 |

VP HKS, Dallas EDUCATION BS, Southern Illinois University MBA, MArch, University of Illinois PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS...

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