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Mixed-Use | September 23, 2020 | David Malone, Associate Editor

The project will focus on harnessing the sea and the sun to create a low-carbon waterfront community.

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December 01, 2005 | Staff

A survey of 417 architects, engineers, building owners, and contractors by McGraw-Hill Construction Research & An...

July 01, 2008 |

Healthcare construction spending increased just 6% during the last 12 months but is expected to resume expanding at a...

April 01, 2009 | Jay W. Schneider, Senior Editor

On December 31, 1988, as employees at KCI were ringing in the New Year, they were also celebrating the purchase of th...

As we assess what we've learned from the COVID-19 pandemic so far, keeping interior spaces clean is part of the equation to preventing similar situations in the future.

This whitepaper will cover common ways surfaces can become contaminated, the causes, the impacts and the solutions for cleaner, more-resilient interiors.

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March 01, 2008 | By Dave Barista, Managing Editor

When Kansas City-based Zimmer Real Estate Services put the finishing touches on its LEED-certified EcoWorks at Southl...

August 01, 2008 | By Lenora Jane Estes, Editorial Intern

Turn and open. Sounds simple, but for decades Building Teams have been pushed to make door knobs, locks, and related...

February 26, 2007 | By Dave Barista, Managing Editor

If there were any doubts about the dangers of poorly anchored rooftop equipment during a hurricane, building consulta...

When it comes to choosing between material made from waste and virgin raw material, performance level is often debated. But it’s a problem that doesn’t exist anymore. The development of new technologies and manufacturing processes has given way to sustainable materials that are on the same performance level as virgin material. 

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April 01, 2003 | By Dave Barista, Associate Editor

Rising 22 stories above one of Santiago, Chile's most high-scale commercial districts, the glass-and-steel corporate...

July 01, 2001 | By Mary Scoviak-Lerner

Trendsetting hotel design is more than theater; it is a sales and marketing tool. One look at hotels as varied as the...

September 01, 2001 | By Mindi Altman Zissman, Assistant Editor

From the incorporation of closed-circuit TV to the installation of access-control systems, technology has no doubt im...

September 01, 2005 | Staff

It is said that a roof is 10% of a project's cost and 90% of its problems. That may be an overstatement, but without...

February 01, 2009 | By Jay W. Schneider, Senior Editor

Think children's hospital design, and what images spring to mind? Way too many bright, bold colors? An explosion of c...

October 01, 2003 | By Renee Young, Contributing Editor

Architecturally designed to conform to the landscape of the Pikes Peak region, The Broadmoor includes the best featur...

February 01, 2003 | By Larry Flynn, Senior Editor

A proliferation of specialty hospitals, predominantly cardiology, oncology, and orthopedic facilities, are adding fue...

July 01, 2008 |

Hotel construction just keeps booming. Job site spending has more than quadrupled since the beginning of 2004 and is...

April 01, 2007 | By Dave Barista, Managing Editor

Since 1993, Salem, Ore., has held the distinction of being the only state capital in the country to operate without c...

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

What do a juggling unicyclist, a Celtic rock musician, a Yoda impressionist, and a certified hand-to-hand sword fight...

April 01, 2001 | By Richard Nemec

Protecting buildings against earthquakes is not a new concept. Techniques such as the use of shear walls and braced f...

March 01, 2001 | By Gordon Wright, Senior Editor

An asymmetrical "geode" is the signature feature of new 250,000-sq.-ft. building on the University of Minnesota campu...

October 01, 2007 | Annie Hartman, Editorial Intern

Chicago has about 1,900 miles of public alleys—more than any other city in the world. The Chicago Department of Trans...

June 01, 2004 | By Matthew Phair, Contributing Editor

Records of the public library in Southfield, Mich., go back 160 years, and they tell an interesting tale. In 1845, th...

September 01, 2002 | By Matthew Phair

No one will ever know exactly how many people died immediately from the impact of the plane crashes into the Twin Tow...

January 01, 2009 |

Senior associate Gensler, Los Angeles EDUCATION BA, BArch, Rice University PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS LEED AP ACCOMPLIS...

April 01, 2009 | Dave Barista, Managing Editor

When it comes to employee training and development, few AEC firms can say they rank with the likes of Microsoft, KPMG...

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

Remember the early days of the Clinton administration, when 'ol Bill anointed his wife Healthcare Czarina and threw h...

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

Two-thousand five will go down in the record books as one of the costliest hurricane seasons in modern U.S. history....

May 01, 2005 | By Dave Barista, Assistant Managing Editor

Everyone in the room must have had a hearty chuckle when Erik Kocher first presented his idea for adapting the old sw...

July 01, 2009 |

During the past year, 60,950 design and construction professionals in the U.S. earned their green stripes by becoming...

June 01, 2002 | By Gordon Wright, Executive Editor

Faced with a difficult roof drainage challenge, the design team for the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC...

May 01, 2006 | By Jeff Yoders, Associate Editor

Concrete always draws to the mind block upon block of boring, drab, grey conformity. Massive, squarish, sturdy grey w...

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

In 1997, as the dot-com boom continued its madcap ride toward the heavens, computer giant Sun Microsystems Inc. antic...

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