Airports | Jun 26, 2017

Newark Liberty International Airport breaks ground on $2.4 billion redevelopment project

The project includes a new 1 million-sf terminal building with 33 domestic aircraft gates.

Retail Centers | Stantec Jun 21, 2017

Creating communities from defunct malls

It’s time to plan for the suburban retail reset—and it starts by rethinking the traditional mall.

Reconstruction & Renovation | May 30, 2017

Achieving deep energy retrofits in historic and modern-era buildings [AIA course]

Success in retrofit projects requires an entirely different mindset than in new construction, writes Randolph Croxton, FAIA, LEED AP, President of Croxton Collaborative Architects. 

Reconstruction & Renovation | Apr 27, 2017

One of the last abandoned high-rises in Detroit’s downtown core moves one step closer to renovation

Kraemer Design has been selected as the architect of record and historic consultant on the Detroit Free Press building renovations.

Office Buildings | Apr 18, 2017

Heineken USA Headquarters redesign emphasizes employee interaction

An open plan with social hubs maximizes co-working and engagement.

Reconstruction & Renovation | Mar 30, 2017

Waldorf Astoria New York to undergo massive renovation

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and Pierre-Yves Rochon prepared the designs for what will be one of the most complex and intensive landmark preservation efforts in New York City history.

Office Buildings | Mar 27, 2017

New York warehouse to become an office mixing industrial and modern aesthetics

The building is located in West Chelsea between the High Line and West Street.

Reconstruction & Renovation | Mar 16, 2017

Pols are ready to spend $1T on rebuilding America’s infrastructure. But who will pick which projects benefit?

The accounting and consulting firm PwC offers the industrial sector a five-step approach to getting more involved in this process.

Reconstruction & Renovation | Mar 16, 2017

Brooklyn’s ‘Batcave’ will become a series of fabrication shops

The century-old building will be turned into fabrication shops in wood, metal, ceramics, textiles, and printmaking.

Reconstruction & Renovation | Feb 16, 2017

Stalled Conference House Park pavilion renovation moving forward

The pavilion has been awaiting repair since storm damage in 2011 rendered the structure unsafe for the public.


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