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Building Owners

| Jul 15, 2014

Michael Graves talks with Washington Post about new design eye from life in a wheelchair

Celebrated American architect Michael Graves sits with the Washington Post to talk about how being on a wheelchair changed the way he focuses on design.

| Jul 15, 2014

A look into the history of modular construction

Modular construction is more than a century old, and throughout its lifespan, the methods have been readapted to meet specific needs of different eras.

| Jul 15, 2014

AECOM to buy URS Corporation in $6 billion deal

Together, the firms will form a massive global giant with more than $19 billion in revenue and 95,000 employees in 150 countries.

| Jul 14, 2014

Meet the bamboo-tent hotel that can grow

Beijing-based design cooperative Penda designed a bamboo hotel that can easily expand vertically or horizontally.

| Jul 14, 2014

Foster + Partners unveils triple-glazed tower for RMK headquarters

The London-based firm unveiled plans for the Russian Copper Company's headquarters in Yekaterinburg.

| Jul 14, 2014

Toyota selects developer for its new North American headquarters in Plano, Texas

Toyota announced that it has selected Dallas-based KDC Real Estate Development & Investments to develop its new North American headquarters campus in the Legacy West development in Plano, Texas.

| Jul 13, 2014

Punishing deadline can’t derail this prison health facility [2014 Building Team Awards]

A massive scope, tough schedule, and technical complexity fail to daunt the Building Team for a huge California correctional project.

| Jul 11, 2014

First look: Jeanne Gang reinterprets San Francisco Bay windows in new skyscraper scheme

Chicago architect Jeanne Gang has designed a 40-story residential building in San Francisco that is inspired by the city's omnipresent bay windows.

| Jul 11, 2014

Are these LEGO-like blocks the future of construction?

Kite Bricks proposes a more efficient way of building with its newly developed Smart Bricks system.

| Jul 10, 2014

BioSkin 'vertical sprinkler' named top technical innovation in high-rise design

BioSkin, a system of water-filled ceramic pipes that cools the exterior surface of buildings and their surrounding micro-climates, has won the 2014 Tall Building Innovation Award from the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat.

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