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sponsored | | Jul 19, 2022

Engineering Solutions for a More Inclusive Community

Affordable housing complex uses engineered wood to keep construction costs low, tackle a public predicament and give rise to a stronger, more inclusive community.

HOK | Jul 19, 2022

All is not lost: 3 ways architects can respond to the Supreme Court’s EPA ruling

The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling to limit the Environmental Protection Agency’s power to regulate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from power plants dealt a significant blow to our ability to fight the climate crisis with federal policy.

FMI | Jul 18, 2022

Understanding the growing design-build market

FMI’s new analysis of the design-build market forecast for the next fives years shows that this delivery method will continue to grow, despite challenges from the COVID-19 pandemic.

sponsored | | Jul 15, 2022

Asset Owners Have Digitized Their Internal Workflows. What's the Next Frontier?

Trimble's Chris Bell explains the state of digital workflows for today's asset owners and how they lead transformation for other stakeholders and across the project.

SmithGroup | Jul 13, 2022

Electrification of buildings, new and old, furthers environmental responsibility and equity

 It’s almost a cliché in our industry, but nonetheless: The greenest building is the one that is already built. 

CRB | Jul 12, 2022

10 resource reduction measures for more efficient and sustainable biopharma facilities

Resource reduction measures are solutions that can lead to lifecycle energy and cost savings for a favorable return on investment while simultaneously improving resiliency and promoting health and wellness in your facility.

Shepley Bulfinch | Jul 11, 2022

Student life design impacts campus wellness

As interior designers, we have the opportunity and responsibility to help students achieve deeper levels of engagement in their learning, social involvement, and personal growth on college campuses.

HOK | Jul 8, 2022

Stanford Center for academic medicine honored for excellence in structural engineering

The Stanford School of Medicine Center for Academic Medicine was an Outstanding Project Winner in the 2021 Excellence in Structural Engineering Awards presented by the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations (NCSEA).

sponsored | CENTRIA | Jul 7, 2022

Modern Facade Solutions for Retrofit at Astrobotic

As a retrofit project, the new Astrobotic facility presented challenges in meeting new code requirements for the existing structure while also creating a fresh and contemporary facade. CENTRIA delivered a state-of-art building envelope solution using Formawall Dimension Series insulated metal panels and custom fins for a unique entryway. 

HOK | Jul 7, 2022

Love at first flight: The power of first impressions in airports

As architects, how we design a terminal and choreograph the passenger experience can stir up strong feelings.

LPA | Jul 6, 2022

The power of contextual housing development

Creating urban villages and vibrant communities starts with a better understanding of place, writes LPA's Matthew Porreca. 

Stantec | Jul 6, 2022

5 approaches to a net zero strategy that communities can start right now

Whether your community has started on a plan or is still considering net zero, now is the time for all of us to start seriously addressing climate change.

Skanska | Jul 5, 2022

Tour the new Patricia Reser Center for the Arts in Oregon

This month, the community of Beaverton, Oregon, welcomed a new haven for artistic expression with the opening of Patricia Reser Center for the Arts (The Reser).



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