A framework for workforce housing, environmental repair and economic balance.
Planning for and responding to the effects of adverse shocks and stresses is typically what architects and engineers have always thought of as good standard design practices.
Sherwin-Williams Coil & Extrusion Coatings reflects on the life of color trends throughout history and how trend forecasting plays a part then, now and in the coming years.
Use these tips to overcome market changes, community opposition, and multidisciplinary needs in long-term community development.
Stantec | Aug 19, 2020
From malls and big-box stores to online delivery and mall redevelopment: Here’s how the retail landscape has evolved—and where it’s likely headed.
LS3P | Aug 17, 2020
Campus communities include international, intergenerational, and varied health-risk populations.
Stantec | Aug 14, 2020
As hotels begin to reopen, the focus on health and safety takes priority while working to preserve the guest experience.
sponsored | Bijan Mansouri, TYPAR | Aug 13, 2020
A blower door test, also known as an infiltrometer, uses a high-powered fan and a special machine to measure the airtightness of a building and identify potential leaks in the air barrier.
HGA Insights Blog | Aug 6, 2020
HGA Arts & Culture experts weigh in on the future of museums in this ongoing series, Museums Emerging from the Pandemic.
sponsored | Metl-Span | Aug 6, 2020
Designers charged with envisioning a new educational facility for the incarcerated turned to Metl-Span’s HPCI Barrier Wall Panels for the exterior walls. The result: A LEED-certified, award-winning building.
Stantec | Aug 3, 2020
Health authorities say it’s important to understand the dangers of microdroplets. How might indoor ventilation need to change?
Clark Nexsen | Aug 3, 2020
Clark Nexsen’s Student Life practice leader, Peter Aranyi, discusses the benefits of renovation and why it offers particular value to campuses nationwide.
sponsored | Bijan Mansouri, TYPAR | Jul 30, 2020
When it comes to eliminating vulnerabilities in the building envelope, quality flashings and construction tapes are an affordable, durable and simple addition to your air barrier arsenal
Sasaki | Jul 28, 2020
Regardless of whether it takes 3 or 18 months to fully return to work, it is clear the long march toward re-emergence from this global pandemic will likely be more of a gradual re-opening than a simultaneous return to life as we knew it.