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75 Top Products

75 top building products for 2022

Each year, the Building Design+Construction editorial team evaluates the vast universe of new and updated products, materials, and systems for the U.S. building design and construction market. The best-of-the-best products make up our annual 75 Top Products report. 

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Multifamily Housing | May 17, 2017

Swedish Tower’s 15th floor is reserved for a panoramic garden

C.F. Møller’s design was selected as the winner of a competition organized by Riksbyggen in Västerås.

Mixed-Use | Apr 25, 2017

Dutch building incorporates 22 emojis into its façade

The emoji building is part of a larger mixed-use development built around a 150-year-old oak tree.

Concrete | Apr 7, 2017

‘Cool’ pavement creates ice rink aesthetic outside NHL practice facility

The concrete contains unique colors, aggregates, and textures.

Concrete | Apr 4, 2017

Fueling a grocer's rapid expansion

Fabcon has worked closely with Hy-Vee’s architects and designers to produce a custom finish for their precast panels.

Concrete | Mar 8, 2017

Building success with NUDURA Insulated Building Technology

Research provides evidence that schools throughout North America are moving toward greener and healthier building solutions and the demand for energy performance has become increasingly more important.

Wood | Jan 13, 2017

Steel and concrete's take on tall wood

The American Institute of Steel Construction contends that the steel industry is a “world leader” in using recycled material and end-of-life recycling, and has made strides to lower greenhouse gas emissions below regulatory requirements.

Concrete Technology | Dec 5, 2016

Telescopic walls could help combat the damages of floodwaters

The project is currently under development by a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Buffalo.

Concrete | Nov 11, 2016

Fabcon Precast is built for speed

It’s difficult for other construction methods to match Fabcon’s speed, especially when weather is a determining factor–as it almost always is in Canada.

Codes and Standards | Oct 12, 2016

Making concrete greener

The high energy-consuming material can be made more sustainably.

Concrete | Aug 2, 2016

Concrete Association builds case against cross-laminated timber

The campaign asserts that not enough is known about CLT in construction

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