The Department of Energy announced $39 million in awards for 18 projects that are developing technologies to transform buildings into net carbon storage structures.
A report by the American Institute of Architects and the Associated General Contractors of America takes a look at the supposed conflict between good design and effective cost management, and why it causes friction between architects and contractors.
Roughly 4.3 million new apartments will be necessary by 2035 to meet rising demand, according to research from the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) and National Apartment Association.
Researchers find major changes in lease revenues, office occupancy, lease renewal rates.
Codes and Standards | Apr 28, 2021
Multiple alternatives could replace or complement rack-mounted PV arrays.
Codes and Standards | Apr 27, 2021
Each signee commits to carbon neutrality in one or more high-rise buildings it owns.
Codes and Standards | Apr 26, 2021
Despite broad support, program’s budget has steadily declined in recent years.
Codes and Standards | Apr 22, 2021
Bill would move code compliance control from state to local boards.
Codes and Standards | Apr 21, 2021
State to spend half a billion dollars on projects including making buildings more fire resistant.
Codes and Standards | Apr 19, 2021
Gentrification fears heightened among Pilsen neighborhood residents doomed ambitious preservation plan.
Codes and Standards | Apr 14, 2021
Will affect 250,000 commercial real estate deals a year.
Codes and Standards | Apr 13, 2021
Province funds demonstration projects as part of economic recovery.
Codes and Standards | Apr 12, 2021
Interactive collection of information on mass timber products, design best practices, taller wood construction and sustainability.