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Religious Facilities | Mar 23, 2015

Is nothing sacred? Seattle church to become a restaurant and ballroom

A Seattle-based real estate developer plans to convert a historic downtown building, which for more than a century has served as a church sanctuary, into a restaurant with ballroom space.

Government Buildings | Mar 23, 2015

SOM leads planning for Egypt’s new $45 billion capital city

To alleviate overcrowding and congestion in Cairo, the Egyptian government is building a new capital from scratch.

BIM and Information Technology | Skanska | Mar 23, 2015

Skanska hosts three-week 'hackathon' to find architect for Seattle tower development

Searching for a nimble, collaborative design firm for its 2&U tower project in Seattle, the construction giant ditches the traditional RFQ/RFP process for a hackathon-inspired competition.

Healthcare Facilities | Stantec | Mar 23, 2015

Can advanced elevator technology take vertical hospitals to the next level?

VOA's Douglas King recalls the Odyssey project and ponders vertical transportation in high-rise healthcare design.

Sports and Recreational Facilities | Mar 19, 2015

Populous design wins competition for UK's most sustainable arena

The live-concert venue will seat an audience of 12,000, which the firm says will be masked by “the atmosphere and intimacy of a 4,000-seat amphitheatre.” 

Multifamily Housing | Mar 18, 2015

Prefabricated skycubes proposed with 'elastic' living apartments inside

The interiors for each unit are designed using an elastic living concept, where different spaces are created by sliding on tracks.

Steven Burns | Mar 17, 2015

Are face-to-face meetings still important?

One CEO looks pass convenience and advocates for old school, in-person meetings.

Healthcare Facilities | Mar 16, 2015

Healthcare planning in a post-ACA world: 3 strategies for success

Healthcare providers are seeking direction on how to plan for a value-based world while still very much operating in a volume-based market. CBRE Healthcare's Curtis Skolnick offers helpful strategies. 

Mixed-Use | Mar 13, 2015

Dubai announces mega waterfront development Aladdin City

Planned on 4,000 acres in the Dubai Creek area, the towers will be covered in gold lattice and connected via air-conditioned bridges.

Contractors | Mar 13, 2015

Construction materials prices rise for first time in six months

The largest monthly gain in petroleum prices in over three years caused construction materials prices to expand 0.4% in February, ending a six-month streak when prices failed to rise, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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