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The design for a new art museum on the main campus of Princeton University would open up the building, and display its permanent collection in a unique way. Image: Adjaye Associates

Museums | October 15, 2020 | John Caulfield, Senior Editor

The building would double the size of the existing museum.

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December 01, 2006 | By Jeff Yoders, Associate Editor

When the National Football League's Arizona Cardinals decided to build a new stadium in 2000, the desert climate was...

March 01, 2009 |

Sixty-four-year-old Robins & Morton has grown from the small Robins Engineering Company of Birmingham, Ala., into...

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

When you've got to go, you've got to go. But where? “The reality is that public restrooms matter to the public. The w...

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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July 01, 2007 | Jim Haughey, Director, Research and Analytics, Reed Construction Data

Healthcare construction spending increased 14% over the last 12 months and is expected to continue expanding at the s...

February 01, 2002 | By Larry Flynn, Senior Editor

From the design and construction of the first pyramids by the Egyptian architect Imhotep in 2780 B.C., until the 20th...

October 01, 2003 | By Gordon Wright, Executive Editor

When Kansas City's classic Union Station opened in 1914, it was the second largest in the U.S., exceeded in size only...

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

An avocado rancher, an Ironman triathlete, a star college quarterback, and a semi-retired mountain guide are among th...

September 01, 2005 | David Barista and Merritt Watts

The nation's colleges and universities are building at such a pace, and to such a level of luxuriance, as to defy aug...

December 01, 2006 | By Dave Barista, Managing Editor

There's Team Puma in the Great Plains, e-Steel in the Southwest, the Steel Frame Alliance in the Midwest and South, a...

October 01, 2007 | Jay W. Schneider, Senior Editor

Employees heading to the cafeteria in USG's new headquarters in Chicago are waking up to something besides a shot of...

October 01, 2008 |

The show will go on in Kansas City's beloved Music Hall and Municipal Auditorium thanks to a fast-track renovation an...

January 01, 2008 | By Robert Cassidy, Editor-in-Chief

Let's see, anything new in the housing market since our report of a year ago? Nothing much. Just the complete collaps...

May 01, 2006 | By Jeff Yoders, Associate Editor

After dropping out of both Brown University and Amherst College and finally giving up his dream of playing profession...

February 26, 2007 | By Jay W. Schneider, Senior Editor

Canada's largest geothermal system (and the second largest in North America) sits inconspicuously beneath a beautiful...

January 01, 2009 |

Associate VP, project manager TranSystems, Norfolk, Va. EDUCATION BS, MBA, Old Dominion University PROFESSIONAL CREDE...

October 01, 2008 | By Jay W. Schneider, Senior Editor

Lincoln High School in Tacoma, Wash., was built in 1913 and spent nearly a century morphing into a patchwork of outda...

August 11, 2006 | By Jeff Yoders, Associate Editor

A sea change is gripping the U.S. building industry. Three-dimensional building information modeling is enabling Buil...

January 01, 2009 |

CEO Harris Companies, St. Paul, Minn. EDUCATION BS, Iowa State University PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS LEED AP ACCOMPLISH...

March 01, 2001 | By Dave Barista, Associate Editor

There comes a time when even the most celebrated building exteriors are in despair. While interior spaces tend to be...

March 01, 2002 | By Morgan Luciana Danner, Production/Web Editor

Instrumental in the birth of the skyscraper, the late New York City architect George B. Post designed a more ornate t...

May 01, 2009 | BD+C Staff

Looking to spice up a dilapidated building with a fresh new brick face? Consider these valuable recommendations from...

September 01, 2002 | Staff

Only one year after September 11, 2001, the building sites that were the targets of the terrorist attacks on that hor...

October 01, 2004 | By Matthew Phair, Contributing Editor

"If you are ever discouraged, or disappointed with your life, I advise you to go to the backstage door of the Biltmor...

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

What do Albert “The Boston Strangler” DeSalvo, Malcolm X, Sacco and Vanzetti, Mick Jagger and Annette Bening have in...

March 01, 2003 | By Dave Barista, Associate Editor

Although most A/E/C professionals view grey-water recycling as an application only for the most radical "green" build...

February 01, 2004 | By Gordon Wright, Executive Editor

Increased trade with Asia— primarily with China — is altering traditional shipping patterns and making Southern Calif...

February 01, 2009 | By Dave Barista, Managing Editor

The nanomaterials revolution has brought many innovations to the building sector in recent years—concrete that cleans...

August 01, 2008 | By Shawn Martin, Technical Director, Plumbing Manufacturers Institute

Low-flow showerheads are a tempting proposition for building designers, contractors, and owners looking to boost the...

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

Architects at the San Francisco office of NBBJ were surprised to learn they couldn't use metal cladding to create the...

April 01, 2009 | Dave Barista, Managing Editor

In the ultra-competitive world of commercial construction, where many builders can trace their heritage back 50, 100,...

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