The increased number and severity of storms with high winds nationally should prompt a reexamination of building codes in every community, says Mory Katz, vice president, Verisk Insurance Solutions Commercial Property, Jersey City, N.J. Eighteen of the top 20 catastrophic events in the U.S. involved wind, he says. “While fire continues to be the most common cause of property loss, it is evident that property owners, the construction industry, and municipalities responsible for local building codes need to become more proactive in addressing the threat of wind and storm events,” Katz says.
More severe wind storms should prompt nationwide reexamination of building codes, says insurance expert
$40 million redevelopment brands hub as true boutique airport.
Amir Mann-Ami Shinar Architects and Planners designed the facility in partnership with Moshe Zur Architects...
Studio ORD, which includes Chicago-based Studio Gang, is chosen from five finalists.
The addition is set to open this spring.
Skanska and HOK led the design-build team.
The terminal’s design philosophy combines nature, technology, and community.
Competition finalists took different approaches to rethinking the logistics of a gigantic, hectic space....
The project was set to cost $13.3 billion.
As service demand surges, airports turn to technology, faster building techniques.
The hub sees over 15 million travelers annually.