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Coping with labor and material shortages in construction

Learn how New York-based Denham Wolf Real Estate Services is helping its nonprofit builder clients minimize delays and cost overruns from labor and materials shortages. Ron Innocent, Director of Project Management with Denham Wolf Real Estate Services sits down with BD+C's John Caulfield.

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Building Owners

Building Team Awards | May 19, 2016

Chinatown library unites and serves two emerging Chicago neighborhoods

The 16,000-sf, pebble-shaped Chinatown Branch Library was built at the intersection of new and old Chinatown neighborhoods. The goal is for the building to unite the communities and serve as a catalyst for the developing area.

Building Team Awards | May 19, 2016

NYC subway station lights the way for 300,000 riders a day

Fulton Center, which handles 85% of the riders coming to Lower Manhattan, is like no other station in the city’s vast underground transit web—and that’s a good thing.

Retail Centers | May 10, 2016

5 factors guiding restaurant design

Restaurants are more than just places to eat. They are comprising town centers and playing into the future of brick-and-mortar retail.

AEC Tech | David Barista May 9, 2016

Is the nation’s grand tech boom really an innovation funk?

Despite popular belief, the country is not in a great age of technological and digital innovation, at least when compared to the last great innovation era (1870-1970).

Big Data | May 5, 2016

Demand for data integration technologies for buildings is expected to soar over the next decade

A Navigant Research report takes a deeper dive to examine where demand will be strongest by region and building type. 

Urban Planning | May 4, 2016

Brookings report details how different industries innovate

In the new report, “How Firms Learn: Industry Specific Strategies for Urban Economies,” Brookings' Scott Andes examines how manufacturing and software services firms develop new products, processes, and ideas.

Government Buildings | Apr 22, 2016

Public-private partnership used to fund Long Beach Civic Center Project

Arup served as a lead advisor and oversaw financial, commercial, real estate, design, engineering, and cost consulting.

Building Tech | Apr 12, 2016

Should we be worried about a tech slowdown?

Is the U.S. in an innovative funk, or is this just the calm before the storm?

Green | Apr 4, 2016

AIA report analyzes 20 years of the best green projects

"Lessons from the Leading Edge" is a study of the 200 Committee on the Environment (COTE) Top Ten Award winning projects since 1997.

| Jan 14, 2016

How to succeed with EIFS: exterior insulation and finish systems

This AIA CES Discovery course discusses the six elements of an EIFS wall assembly; common EIFS failures and how to prevent them; and EIFS and sustainability.

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