Codes and Standards
Developers’ focus on single, urban millennials leaves family market underserved.
For modifying stores and offices with 17-point architectural, engineering, and administrative f...read more
New Mexico community gained credits for resilience planning, including public health crises....
Includes third-party validation of COVID-19 preventive measures.
More office cleaning, work from home opportunities, and staying home when sick among the desire...read more
Mass timber, augmented reality, and modular construction among the trends.
Provides guidance on cleaning and disinfecting buildings using green cleaning best practices....
Tailored strategies offered for offices, retailers, schools, and senior living facilities.
Agency focuses on preventing disease transmission in healthcare industry.
Frank Lloyd Wright sites set to reopen and construction jobs rise by 464,000.
Risks may not be covered by property insurance.
Provides new examples and background on mass timber calculations.
New law allows workers to sue GCs for wages in class action.
Options include rearranged seating, mobile ordering, designated flow spaces.
Buildings should have fall protection and restraint provisions for those who go on roofs.
Streamlined sustainable design and construction process included.
Includes emergency guidance and upgrades to the LEED green building program.
As companies get used to work at home, post-pandemic office market could collapse.
Cabinets, appliances, lighting, and lumber diverted from landfills to be repurposed.
Sustainability depends upon forest stewardship, product manufacturing process.
Allows owners broad flexibility on how to achieve goals.
Ruling may have implications for other states claiming copyright for building codes.
Design can improve health amid COVID-19 pandemic.
Net-zero target requires shift in thinking and practices.
Load-shifting will help reduce peak demand.
Road closures, new rules for public transit will be imposed.
In state with earliest COVID-19 cases, advisory group developing priorities based on risk.
Freres Lumber unveils new line of structural elements suitable for high-rise buildings.
May contribute to fungal disease outbreaks that endanger patients
Document examines strengthening buildings for flood, wind, wildfires, and earthquakes.