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Kimley-Horn eliminates the guesswork of electric vehicle charger site selection

Private businesses and governments can now choose their new electric vehicle (EV) charger locations with data-driven precision. Kimley-Horn, the national engineering, planning, and design consulting firm, today launched TREDLite EV, a cloud-based tool that helps organizations develop and optimize their EV charger deployment strategies based on the organization’s unique priorities.

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Building Owners

Williams Scotsman | Oct 24, 2014

Infographic: 5 key considerations for securing modular workspace

Keep these five considerations in mind for your next project that may benefit from modular space. SPONSORED CONTENT 
Oct 24, 2014

Herzog & de Meuron reveals plans for redesign of Roche pharmaceutical campus in Germany

The project includes the addition of a 205-meter-high tower and research center, as well as the renovation of an historic office building designed by Swiss architect Otto R. Salvisber.

Oct 23, 2014

From slots to public safety: Abandoned Detroit casino transformed into LEED-certified public safety headquarters

First constructed as an office for the Internal Revenue Service, the city's new public safety headquarters had more recently served as a temporary home for the MGM Casino. SPONSORED CONTENT

Oct 23, 2014

Santiago Calatrava-designed church breaks ground in Lower Manhattan

Saturday marked the public "ground blessing" ceremony for the Saint Nicholas National Shrine, the Greek Orthodox Church destroyed on 9/11 by the collapse of the World Trade Center towers. 

Oct 23, 2014

Prehistory museum's slanted roof mimics archaeological excavation [slideshow]

Mimicking the unearthing of archaeological sites, Henning Larsen Architects' recently opened Moesgaard Museum in Denmark has a planted roof that slopes upward out of the landscape.

Oct 23, 2014

China's 'weird' buildings: President Xi Jinping wants no more of them

During a literary symposium in Beijing, Chinese President Xi Jinping urged architects, authors, actors, and other artists to produce work with "artistic and moral value."

Gresham Smith | Oct 22, 2014

Customization is the key in tomorrow's workplace

The importance of mobility, flexibility, and sustainability in the world of corporate design are already well-established. A newer trend that’s gaining deserved attention is customizability, and how it will look in the coming years, writes GS&P's Leith Oatman.

Oct 21, 2014

Passive House concept gains momentum in apartment design

Passive House, an ultra-efficient building standard that originated in Germany, has been used for single-family homes since its inception in 1990. Only recently has the concept made its way into the U.S. commercial buildings market. 

Oct 21, 2014

Hartford Hospital plans $150 million expansion for Bone and Joint Institute

The bright-white structures will feature a curvilinear form, mimicking bones and ligament. 

Oct 21, 2014

Norman Foster, Zaha Hadid release plans for resorts in Nanjing and Wuhan, China

Jumeirah Group, a hotel group forming a part of investment group Dubai Holding, has chosen Zaha Hadid and Norman Foster to design two of three of its proposed resorts in Nanjing, Wuhan, and Haikou.

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