September 28, 2016 | David Malone, Associate Editor
Overall construction for hotel projects is up, but the current number of hotels currently being b... read more
September 27, 2016 | Sterling Risk Advisors
Nearly half (45%) of those polled say election year uncertainty has a negative effect on risk per... read more
September 21, 2016 | Navigant Research
Large-scale smart meter deployments are underway across Western Europe, while new deployments con... read more
September 12, 2016 | Peter Fabris, Contributing Editor
A study finds the impact can be as much as 25% per year.
September 06, 2016 | Chicago Faucets
The white paper discusses in detail four options used to mitigate transmission of waterborne bact... read more
September 02, 2016 | ABC
Nonresidential construction spending has been suppressed over the last year or so with the primar... read more
September 01, 2016 | CannonDesign
CannonDesign releases infographic to better help universities obtain more R&D funding.
Photo: © Jeremy Atherton, 2006
August 16, 2016 | ABC and BD+C Staff
The Chief Economists for ABC, AIA, and NAHB all see the construction industry continuing to expan... read more
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August 09, 2016 | Steve Higgs, Senior Managing Director for CBRE Healthcare
The right approach during the planning, design, and construction of a new facility can yield a po... read more
A new plant science lab at Purdue University has gotten funding approval from the state, and awaits Gov. Mike Pence to sign off on it. Construction could begin next year and be completed in 2018. The lab’s researchers will study how to make cash crops grow better in a controlled, high-tech setting. CBRE Global Workplace Solutions, in a new report, predicts that business strategies will play more important roles in driving the designs for labs of the future. Image: Purdue University
August 08, 2016 | John Caulfield, Senior Editor
A new CBRE report emphasizes the importance of collaboration and standardization in lab design....
August 05, 2016 | Associated Builders and Contractors
The drop in the construction unemployment rate from June 2015 extends the uninterrupted monthly s... read more
August 02, 2016 | Associated Builders and Contractors
On a year-over-year basis, nonresidential construction spending has fallen 1.1 percent, marking t... read more
Acumen Development Partners recently broke ground on the first tri-branded Marriott Hotel. The 470-room, $137 million project, adjacent to the Music City Center in Nashville, Tenn., is scheduled to be completed in 2018. Spending on hotel construction nationwide, which has boomed of late, is expected to level off in 2017, according to AIA's latest Consensus Forecast Panel. Image: Acumen Development Partners
July 26, 2016 | John Caulfield, Senior Editor
But several factors could make the industry downshift.
Images courtesy Bradley
June 15, 2016 | BD+C Editors
Bradley’s 2016 Healthy Hand Washing Survey offers insights into restroom use.
May 05, 2016 | David Malone, Associate Editor
AllTransit analyzes the social benefits of good transit service by analyzing data related to heal... read more
May 05, 2016 | Saint-Gobain & SageGlass
A Saint-Gobain and SageGlass Work Environment Survey found insufficient access to daylight, poor... read more
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April 15, 2016 | BD+C Editors
Nonresidential construction has gotten off to a hot start this year and looks to gain even more m... read more
April 14, 2016 | Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc.
Despite a slight regression, nonresidential construction confidence is still in positive territor...
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April 07, 2016 | John Caulfield, Senior Editor
Survey respondents are targeting smaller acquisitions, at a time when market cap rates are narrow... read more
Train station Seattle. Photo: Kaleb Nyquist/Creative Commons
April 04, 2016 | AIA
A new white paper addresses the nation’s $3 trillion public infrastructure crisis and how public... read more
The Mall of the Future will be a combination community center and gathering place. It will be technology rich, be attached or near living and working spaces, and will provide variety to lure customers for frequent visits. Image: CallisonRTKL's “Mall of the Future” report
March 16, 2016 | John Caulfield, Senior Editor
CallisonRTKL foresees future retail centers as hubs with live/work/play components.
AIA's latest diversity report paints a picture of an industry that still isn't proactively recruiting, developing, or promoting enough women or people of color. Image: Pixabay
March 11, 2016 | John Caulfield, Senior Editor
Dissatisfaction with “work-life balance” and compensation are cited as reasons why companies’ div... read more
All images and photos courtesy Ted Moudis Associates
February 26, 2016 | BD+C Editors and Ted Moudis Associates
The report, from Ted Moudis Associates, encompasses over 2.5 million sf of workspace built over t... read more
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February 24, 2016 | CBRE and BD+C Staff
Senior housing occupancy is at its highest level since 2007, and 2015 was a record year for sales... read more
Westin hotel and transit center at Denver International Airport, Denver. Photo courtesy Gensler
February 22, 2016 | BD+C Staff
Technology is running wild in Gensler’s 2016 forecast, as things like virtual reality, "smart" bu... read more
Photo: Bradley Corporation
February 18, 2016 | Bradley Corporation
Americans are encountering more unkempt restrooms, triggering negative perceptions of businesses,... read more
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February 08, 2016 | David Malone, Associate Editor
U-Haul truck rental costs are a good early predictor of migration trends in the U.S.
Photo Credit: William Lesch, Lori Carroll, Esthela J. Celya
February 02, 2016 | David Malone, Associate Editor
Floating vanities, tricked-out showers, and freestanding tubs highlight the top bathroom design t... read more
Photo Credit: Mike Tuell, Tom E. Lutz, AKBD
February 01, 2016 | David Malone, Associate Editor
Charging stations, built-in coffeemakers, and pet stations—these are among the top kitchen design... read more
January 20, 2016 | AIA
While volatility persists, architecture firms reported healthy performance for 2015.