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FitzGerald establishes Denver office

The new location bolsters FitzGerald’s nationwide reach and capitalizes on local expertise and boots-on-the-ground to serve new and existing clients seeking to do business in Denver and the Front Range, as well as the Southwest United States, California, and Texas.

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Building Owners

| Sep 7, 2022

K-8 school will help students learn by conducting expeditions in their own communities

In August, SHP, an architecture, design, and engineering firm, broke ground on the new Peck Expeditionary Learning School in Greensboro, N.C. Guilford County Schools, one of the country’s 50 largest school districts, tapped SHP based on its track record of educational design.

| Sep 6, 2022

Herbert V. Kohler, Jr. (1939-2022) An incomparable spirit

Dynamic leader and Kohler Co. Executive Chairman Herbert Vollrath Kohler, Jr. passed away on September 3, 2022, in Kohler, Wisconsin.

| Sep 6, 2022

Demand for flexible workspace reaches all-time high

Demand for flexible workspace including coworking options has never been higher, according to a survey from Yardi Kube, a space management software provider that is part of Yardi Systems.

| Sep 2, 2022

Converting office buildings to apartments is cheaper, greener than building new

Converting office buildings to apartments is cheaper and greener than tearing down old office properties and building new residential buildings.

| Sep 2, 2022

New UMass Medical School building enables expanded medical class sizes, research labs

 

A new nine-story, 350,000 sf biomedical research and education facility under construction at the University of Massachusetts Chan Medical School in Worcester, Mass., will accommodate larger class sizes and extensive lab space.

| Sep 1, 2022

ABC: Nonresidential Construction Spending Increases by a Modest 0.8% in July

National nonresidential construction spending increased 0.8% in July, according to an Associated Builders and Contractors analysis of data published today by the U.S. Census Bureau.

| Aug 31, 2022

A mixed-use development in Salt Lake City provides 126 micro units with mountain views

In Salt Lake City, a new 130,000-square-foot development called Mya and The Shop SLC, designed by EskewDumezRipple, combines housing with coworking space, retail, and amenities, as well as a landscaped exterior for both residents and the public. 

Mass Timber | Aug 30, 2022

Mass timber construction in 2022: From fringe to mainstream

Two Timberlab executives discuss the market for mass timber construction and their company's marketing and manufacturing strategies. Sam Dicke, Business Development Manager, and Erica Spiritos, Director of Preconstruction, Timberlab, speak with BD+C's John Caulfield. 

| Aug 29, 2022

Montana becomes first U.S. state to approve 3D printing in construction

Montana is the first U.S. state to give broad regulatory approval for 3D printing in building construction.

| Aug 26, 2022

Idaho Building Code Board considers gutting large part of state energy code

Idaho Building Code Board considers gutting large part of state energy code.

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