Roughly 4.3 million new apartments will be necessary by 2035 to meet rising demand, according to research from the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) and National Apartment Association.
It is with deep sadness that Gresham Smith announces the passing of Batey M. Gresham Jr., AIA—one of the firm’s founders.
Researchers find major changes in lease revenues, office occupancy, lease renewal rates.
Simply put, lean is the practice of creating more value with fewer resources.
Contractors | Mar 12, 2015
Raw materials and labor costs temper expectations for soaring profits.
Codes and Standards | Mar 12, 2015
The organization is offering technical assistance along with financial benefits.
Multifamily Housing | Mar 12, 2015
A new study finds that nearly one-quarter of Los Angeles’ population lived in rental homes and apartments in 2013, a number that undoubtedly has increased since.
BIM and Information Technology | Mar 11, 2015
Its visions of “crabots” accentuate the search-engine giant’s recent fascination with robotics and automation.
Modular Building | Mar 10, 2015
After erecting the mega prefab tower in Changsha, China, modular builder BSB stated, “three floors in a day is China’s new normal.”
Metals | Gabe Savely Mar 10, 2015
A new report by the Metal Building Manufacturer's Association explains the entity's efforts in refining and extending metal building systems as a construction choice.
Museums | Mar 9, 2015
The ancient Chinese civilization left some of the earliest records of humans studying the stars and skies. To exhibit this long history, a new planetarium and astronomy museum is planned for construction in Shanghai.
Office Buildings | Gensler Mar 7, 2015
The logic behind the push to cultivate chance encounters supposes that innovation is akin to a lottery. But do chance encounters reliably and consistently yield anything of substance?