Architects

Every building starts with a concept and a design. Architects are involved at every stage of the process, even after a design has been finalized, helping other building team members through the snares and missteps in the construction process.
Dana Strand Senior Apartments, a 100-unit New Urbanism complex in Los Angeles, d
January 03, 2013 | By Peter Fabris, Contributing Editor

The ranks of those age 65 and older are swelling by the thousands every day. Is there an opportun...

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The only freestanding dining facility on the main University of Houston campus,
January 02, 2013 | By Sue Bady, Contributing Editor

Colleges and universities are building state-of-the-art student unions, dining halls, and other n...

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January 02, 2013 | Posted by BD+C Staff

Total mergers and acquisitions in the AEC industry hit 171 in 2012, up slight from the 169 deals...

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January 02, 2013 | Posted by BD+C Staff

Total global investment in data centers is expected to slow down somewhat this year but still inc...

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January 02, 2013 | Posted by BD+C Staff

The construction sector in the nine states with 50% of construction employment was up 169,000 job...

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This free-form floating ceiling uses aluminum to add drama to healthcare think t
January 02, 2013 | By Amy McIntosh, Associate Editor and Raissa Rocha, Associate Editor

Welcome to the third installment of Building Design+Construction’s “Great Solutions,” hi...

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December 21, 2012 | Posted by Tim Gregorski, Senior Editor

Positive business conditions for all building sectors.

Emily Harlow and CSM Group President Todd McDonald.
December 17, 2012 | Posted by Tim Gregorski, Senior Editor

With the money from the grant, Harlow has chosen to use it entirely for the Chapter of American I...

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December 10, 2012 | Posted by Tim Gregorski, Senior Editor

Designers of the Kaohsiung World Games Main Stadium in Gaoxiong, Taiwan, powered by almost 9,000...

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The Yale School of Medicine West Campus, WB-24 Laboratory, New Haven, Conn., a r
December 10, 2012 | By Jay M. Brotman, AIA, and Robert Skolozdra, AIA, LEED AP

To earn 1.0 AIA/CES learning units, study the article carefully and take the exam.

Douglas Durst
December 09, 2012 | Posted by Tim Gregorski, Senior Editor

Douglas Durst on the practicalities of development: “You must think about a building from the ins...

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December 09, 2012 | Posted by Tim Gregorski, Senior Editor

Greenbuild attendees share their thoughts with BD+C on the SAGE modular classroom.

The classrooms exterior cladding consisted of fiber cement boards of varying co
December 09, 2012 | Posted by Tim Gregorski, Senior Editor

SAGE modular classroom opens eyes, minds at Greenbuild 2012.

December 09, 2012 | By Robert Cassidy

Most economists say the U.S. is slowly emerging from the Great Recession, a view that was confirm...

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Roger Soto
December 06, 2012 | Posted by Tim Gregorski, Senior Editor

Soto will oversee design efforts, bringing a high level of quality and problem solving capabiliti...

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December 05, 2012 | Posted by Tim Gregorski, Senior Editor

Report outlines impact of recent events; predicts continued movement, while slow, toward recovery...

8 Spruce Street, the first skyscraper by the architect Frank Gehry, and also kno
December 05, 2012 | Posted by Tim Gregorski, Senior Editor

8 Spruce Street is now the third New York tower to win the Emporis Skyscraper Award.

The hybrid mechanical system has an energy modeled savings of 40% beyond ASHRAE
December 04, 2012 | Posted by Tim Gregorski, Senior Editor

MKK provided mechanical, plumbing and fire protection consulting services on this LEED-NC Gold pr...

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Euclydes Trovato, director of engineering, is the local manager of the new offic
December 04, 2012 | Posted by Tim Gregorski, Senior Editor

The move to São Paulo is strategic and timely, as the country continues preparations for the 2014...

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December 04, 2012 | Posted by Tim Gregorski, Senior Editor

Acquisitions of C3TS and Architecture 2000 also completed.

December 04, 2012 | Posted by Tim Gregorski, Senior Editor

Company will now have coverage in several parts of North Carolina.

The 500,000-sf warehouse contains one of the largest temperature-controlled wine
December 04, 2012 | Posted by Tim Gregorski, Senior Editor

WBI Center, a new state-of-the-art facility, is designed by Ware Malcomb.

Matt Wagner
December 04, 2012 | Posted by Tim Gregorski, Senior Editor

Wagner comes to Ghafari from Walter P Moore, where he served as a principal, chaired the construc...

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The City of Gainesvilles new $33 million Regional Transit System is funded by f
December 04, 2012 | Posted by Tim Gregorski, Senior Editor

The 140,000-sf facility will include dispatch, administrative and maintenance facilities.

The LEED Platinum, net-zero-ready campus police substation at Miramar College, a
November 29, 2012 | By Amy McIntosh, Associate Editor, Raissa Rocha, Associate Editor, and Rob Cassidy, Editorial Director

More and more colleges and universities see sustainainably designed buildings as a given

Gran Patio Santa Fe
November 28, 2012 | Posted by Tim Gregorski, Senior Editor

Project reaching construction milestone, offering national model for urban development in Mexico....

November 28, 2012 | Posted by Tim Gregorski, Senior Editor

The Data Center Continuous ratings span the range of Cummins Power Generation’s high horsepower d...

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Steven Stainbrook, AICP
November 28, 2012 | Posted by Tim Gregorski, Senior Editor

Stainbrook has 16 years of experience as a strategic planner and urban designer working on comple...

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November 27, 2012 | Posted by Tim Gregorski, Senior Editor

The 114-page book covers both structural and non-structural applications, including section prope...

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November 21, 2012 | Posted by Tim Gregorski, Senior Editor

All regions reporting positive business conditions

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