FXCollaborative has designed iconic buildings in cities throughout the world including 4 Times Square in New York. Photo: Copyright Jeff Goldberg/Esto, Courtesy of FXCollaborative.
Density may make it easier for the virus to spread, but let’s not forget that cities are in man...read more
Images courtesy Kogniz Health
System continuously scans crowds for fever as they enter facilities to locate and isolate risks...
AGC officials are calling for additional federal measures to help avoid further layoffs. Photo: Pixabay
The fast-worsening COVID-19 pandemic has triggered layoffs at more than a quarter of constructi...read more
To address the need for testing in urban areas for those without vehicles, CannonDesign archite...read more
The results of the survey tell us how jurisdictions throughout the U.S. are keeping up with ins...read more
Ashraf Fahmy, CallisonRTKL's chief financial officer, comes to the position at a time when the firm is focused on greater leveraging of its offices worldwide. Image: CallisonRTKL
Customer service across the globe remains No. 1 priority, says new CFO.
HMC Architects is using Ultimaker 3D printers to produce mask parts remotely. Photo: HMC
HMC staff is producing 3D-printed parts from their homes as they self-isolate.
Coalition DIY prototype face masks
Coalition formed to make DIY face masks for healthcare workers in COVID-19 settings.
SafetyTek Software's Workforce Health Analysis includes a dashboard that allows managers to track which workers are sick or able. Image: SafetyTek Software
The goal is to keep construction projects moving forward at a time when jobs are being postpone...read more
The new loan program will help small businesses with their payroll and other business operating...read more
The webinar was recorded March 27.
While total crane count holds steady, turbulent economic conditions indicate a recession-based...read more
Please take BD+C's three-minute poll on the AEC business impacts from the coronavirus outbreak....
By 2030, experts are almost certain that climate change’s effects will begin to resemble a continuous pandemic, threatening daily life in our cities and suburbs and on our farms–droughts, floods, fires, heat waves, and tropical diseases spreading north. Photo: Pixabay
The coronavirus pandemic will soon end, soon be in the rear-view mirror, but we can still take...read more
Here are three reasons to encourage sewists coast to coast to keep their foot on the pedal....
TLC Engineering Consultants' guidance on ventilation in COVID-19 patient rooms.
Ventilation engineering guidance for COVID-19 patient rooms
Survey finds contractors face shortages of materials and workers, delivery delays and cancellat...read more
If your cleaning teams use bleach to disinfect buildings from Coronavirus, will you put your LE...read more
This cutaway rendering shows some of the changes that would need to be made to convert a hotel room to a hospital room capable of handling patients infected with the coronavirus. Images courtesy of LEO A Daly
The firm has devised three conversion models, for different levels of healthcare required.
Open-plan set-ups like this are common in about 70% of U.S. office workplaces. Photo courtesy Pexels
COVID-19 has designers worrying if open-plan offices are safe for workers.
Overcoming isolation isn’t just about the technological face to face, it is about finding meani...read more
Infographic courtesy tvsdesign (see full verson below)
tvsdesign breaks down different room types and how they might help free up hospital beds for co...read more
Construction officials say new federal guidance should signal to state and local officials the...read more
After 42 states added jobs in February, coronavirus is taking a swift and severe toll on the in...read more
Two thirds of architecture firms report slowing or stoppage of projects due to COVID-19.
What can we learn from Singapore’s response to COVID-19? How does it impact the next generation...read more
Approval for the latest relief legislation advances a number of AIA-supported measures to help...read more
AGC's coronavirus impact survey of 844 contractors (April 20-23, 2020) showed that nearly a third (31%) had had projects halted in April, and nearly a fifth (19%) were ordered to halt projects scheduled for April 2020. Source: Associated General Contractors of America
Coronavirus pandemic's impact on U.S. construction, notably the multifamily sector - 04-30-20 u...read more
New York City-based partnership to aid Florida healthcare systems amid COVID-19 outbreak and wi...read more
As laboratory designers, we want to shed light on a subset of our population critical to protec...read more