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Studio Gang designs agricultural education center for the New York City Housing Authority

Earlier this month, the City of New York broke ground on the new $18.2 million Marlboro Agricultural Education Center (MAEC) at the New York City Housing Authority’s Marlboro Houses in Brooklyn. In line with the mission of its nonprofit operator, The Campaign Against Hunger, MAEC aims to strengthen food autonomy and security in underserved neighborhoods. MAEC will provide Marlboro Houses with diverse, community-oriented programs.


Airports

SOM unveils ‘branching’ structural design for new Satellite Concourse 1 at O’Hare Airport

The Chicago Department of Aviation has revealed the design for Satellite Concourse 1 at O’Hare International Airport, one of the nation’s business airports. Designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM), with Ross Barney Architects, Juan Gabriel Moreno Architects (JGMA), and Arup, the concourse will be the first new building in the Terminal Area Program, the largest concourse area expansion and revitalization in the airport’s almost seven-decade history. 


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BD+C Exclusive Reports

Top 10 trends in affordable housing

Among affordable housing developers today, there’s one commonality tying projects together: uncertainty. AEC firms share their latest insights and philosophies on the future of affordable housing in BD+C's 2023 Multifamily Annual Report.


Retail Centers

Retail design trends: Consumers are looking for wellness in where they shop

Consumers are making lifestyle choices with wellness in mind, which ignites in them a feeling of purpose and a sense of motivation. That’s the conclusion that the architecture and design firm MG2 draws from a survey of 1,182 U.S. adult consumers the firm conducted last December about retail design and what consumers want in healthier shopping experiences.


Giants 400

Call for surveys: 2024 Giants 400 Report

Building Design+Construction's annual Giants 400 Report ranks the nation's top architecture, architecture/engineering (AE), engineering/architecture (EA), general contractors, and fee-based construction management (CM) firms, by revenue. You’ll want to be sure your firm is on the Giants 400 lists, as potential clients look to these rankings for prospective firms to design and construct their future projects.


Special Report

Studio Libeskind designs 190 affordable housing apartments for seniors

In Brooklyn, New York, the recently opened Atrium at Sumner offers 132,418 sf of affordable housing for seniors. The $132 million project includes 190 apartments—132 of them available to senior households earning below or at 50% of the area median income and 57 units available to formerly homeless seniors. 



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Giants 400

Call for surveys: 2024 Giants 400 Report

Building Design+Construction's annual Giants 400 Report ranks the nation's top architecture, architecture/engineering (AE), engineering/architecture (EA), general contractors, and fee-based construction management (CM) firms, by revenue. You’ll want to be sure your firm is on the Giants 400 lists, as potential clients look to these rankings for prospective firms to design and construct their future projects.

Giants 400

BD+C's Giants 400 Rankings

Every spring, the editors of Building Design+Construction survey the nation's largest architecture, engineering, and construction firms to identify the most prominent design and construction firms across 25 building sectors and specialty categories. Meet the Giants 400.

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