In buildings with 5+ units, water heating uses more energy than space heating, cooling, or lighting.
The ‘Scaffold Law’ was first enacted by the New York State Legislature in 1885 and is one of the single most-used laws in construction accident cases.
More than half rely on project management software.
More than half of firms in survey report damages, near misses because lines were unmarked or marked incorrectly.
Codes and Standards | Jul 26, 2019
Climate resiliency a key theme of entrants.
Codes and Standards | Jul 24, 2019
Property owners face many challenges; coastal defense project plans are complex and need more time to plan.
Codes and Standards | Jul 23, 2019
No gas hook-ups will be allowed in new houses, apartments, and commercial buildings.
Codes and Standards | Jul 22, 2019
San Francisco office building is city’s first structure certified by BREEAM USA for existing buildings
The Landmark @ One Market is one of San Francisco’s most architecturally distinctive buildings.
Codes and Standards | Jul 16, 2019
Pertains to fire resistance rating times.
Codes and Standards | Jul 15, 2019
The move follows successful public input on LEED 4.1.
AEC Tech | Jul 15, 2019
Guidelines, common terminology, and testing methodology are needed, says expert.
K-12 Schools | Jul 8, 2019
The update adds credits to lower carbon footprints and to promote climate change resiliency.