Architects and designers have long argued for the value of respite spaces in healthcare facilities.
By now, many business leaders are out in front of policymakers on prioritizing the energy transition.
There is a shortage of skilled workers in the United States, a gap that has only gotten wider with the advent of COVID.
SRG Partnership | Aug 8, 2022
When sourced from sustainably managed forests, the use of wood as a replacement for concrete and steel on larger scale construction projects has myriad economic and environmental benefits that have been thoroughly outlined in everything from academic journals to the pages of Newsweek.
GWWO | Aug 5, 2022
As the United States enters the year 2026, it will commence celebrating a cycle of Sestercentennials, or 250th anniversaries, of historic and cultural events across the land.
NBBJ | Aug 4, 2022
Healthy air quality in buildings improves cognitive function and combats the spread of disease, but its implications for carbon reduction are perhaps the most important benefit.
NAC Architecture | Aug 4, 2022
Recruitment is a growing issue for employers located in areas with a diminishing inventory of affordable housing.
SmithGroup | Aug 3, 2022
While the shortage of rural health care practitioners was a concern before the COVID-19 pandemic, the public health crisis has highlighted the importance of health equity in the United States and the desperate need for practitioners help meet the needs of patients in vulnerable rural communities.
IMEG Corp. | Aug 1, 2022
Designing a net-zero energy building is always a challenge, but renovating an existing school and applying for grants to make the project happen is another challenge entirely.
| Jul 26, 2022
There's a call for all-electric buildings, but can we generate and store enough electricity to meet that need?
sponsored | | Jul 19, 2022
Affordable housing complex uses engineered wood to keep construction costs low, tackle a public predicament and give rise to a stronger, more inclusive community.