Codes and Standards
Historic buildings in Milwaukee. Photo: Ian Freimuth/Creative Commons.
Designed to balance with preservation requirements.
Guelph, Ontario. Photo: TheGiantVermin/Wikimedia Commons.
Guelph, Ontario, will pay a $1,125 fine to the province.
Cite concerns about technological and economic feasibility.
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New requirements went into effect April 8.
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Illegal wood is primary target to restrict illicit material in the supply chain.
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The requirements would effectively eliminate incandescent and halogen bulbs.
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Updates 2007 edition; includes five comprehensive design examples.
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The book offers advice for designing structures in the fast-changing data center industry.
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Building evacuations in emergencies are too dangerous as a result.
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Millions of students said to be learning in obsolete facilities.
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Aim is to help better understand thermal comfort in residential and commercial buildings.
Construction industry has until June 2017 to comply.
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Provides recommendations on engineered wood construction systems.
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New York’s luxury micro units could be first step to developing affordable units.
Optional supplement to environmental, social, and governance assessment.
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Undergraduates at 24 universities awarded grants.
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Addresses sustainability, resiliency, healthy living.
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Conflict between energy-hungry casinos and utilities highlights challenges of burgeoning solar el...read more
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Law attempts to alleviate Silicon Valley’s high housing costs.
Could be a recruiting tool for occupant companies.
Beijing National Stadium, also known as the Bird's Nest. Photo: Jon/Creative Commons.
Directs designers of public buildings to focus on functionality.
Flawed energy efficiency research yields misleading, confusing results.
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The plan includes restrictions on crawler cranes during windy conditions.
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The standard requires federal agencies to use earthquake-resistant design provisions in current b...read more
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Report covers 87% of U.S. population.
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Hundreds of buildings may have to be demolished.
New York City during Winter Storm Jonas. Photo: Jeff Kern/Creative Commons
The declaration was issued in response to Winter Storm Jonas which dumped over 18 inches of snow...read more
A giant proposed casino-hotel in Everett, Mass., will include 600-plus rooms, six restaurants, and a 20-foot-wide harborwalk along the Mystic River. The resort is scheduled to open in 2018. Rendering: Wynn Resorts
A judge’s ruling last year paved the way for Wynn Resorts to begin construction on a 33-acre gamb...read more
American Technical Publishers in Orland Park, Ill., a LEED Gold-certified building. Photo: American Technical Publishers/Wikimedia Commons
Illinois leads the list for the third straight year.
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Plug and process loads consume about 30% of the primary energy in U.S. commercial buildings today...