A green wall frames a properly masked student resident at ōLiv Tucson, near the University of Arizona, which operated on a hybrid Covid-19 schedule until Thanksgiving, then was scheduled to go all virtual. Photo: Nathan Oppenheim
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, many college and university residences were completed in time...read more
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Last September, Katerra, which specializes in modular solutions, launched its high-performance Kova Windows line, produced in its Tracy, Calif., facility. JLL found that the COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t had much impact on the industry’s adoption of modular construction. Image: Katerra
A new JLL report assesses which tech options got a pandemic “boost.”
This week on The Weekly show, BD+C editors spoke with leaders from Page & Turnbull and Grim...read more
BD+C editors speak with experts from ALICE Technologies, Build Group, Hastings Architecture, Nv...read more
All images courtesy Thornton Tomasetti
Open source app provides customizable health reporting and contact tracing capabilities.
BD+C editors speak with experts from AGC, Charles Pankow Foundation, and Silva Consultants on t...read more
The University of Kansas Strawberry Hill Behavioral Health Hospital had been open for just over...read more
There are several possibilities when it comes to reconfiguring or adjusting a space to maintain...read more
The October 8 episode of BD+C's "The Weekly" is available for viewing on demand.
Awards program highlights trends in healthcare facility designs.
BSB Design has developed a three-level, purpose-built boutique student housing prototype for schools that are looking to limit their building’s occupancy and practice social distancing. BSB Design
Shifts to online learning raise questions about the value of campus residence life.
The October 1 episode of BD+C's "The Weekly" is available for viewing on demand.
More bikeways, car restrictions, mass transit, climate resilience are on tap.
The September 24 episode of BD+C's "The Weekly" is available for viewing on demand.
Drive-thru ordering and pickup are just one of the options that Burger King will offer in new designed stores that the fast-food giant will start building next year. Images: Restaurant Brands International
Its reimagined restaurants are 60% smaller, with several pickup options.
How to know if offsite production is right for your project.
The September 3 episode of BD+C's "The Weekly" is available for viewing on demand.
Co-working developers pivot to survive the pandemic, and the rise of inquiry-based learning in...read more
Hotel occupancy likely to dip by 29%, and pandemic helps cannabis industry gain firmer footing....
Extended-stay hotels are the lodging sector's safest bet, and industrial real estate faces shor...read more
Big-box retailers’ profits surge, and rent payment tracker finds 90% of apartment households pa...read more
Common, the U.S.’s largest co-living company, recently released an RFP for a...read more
RCLCO's Brad Hunter reveals the winners and non-winners of the U.S. real estate market during t...read more
Medical office buildings get a boost by demand and capital, and why the COVID-19 pandemic is in...read more
Student housing remains a vital part of the student and campus experience.