| May 24, 2012

2012 Reconstruction Awards Entry Form

Download a PDF of the Entry Form at the bottom of this page.

| May 3, 2012

Zero Energy Research Lab opens at North Texas

The living lab—the only one of its kind in Texas—is designed to test various technologies and systems in order to achieve a net-zero consumption of energy.

| Apr 25, 2012

Bubble skyscraper design aims to purify drinking water

The Freshwater Skyscraper will address the issue of increasing water scarcity through a process known as transpiration

| Oct 13, 2010

Test run on the HP Z200 SFF Good Value in a Small Package

Contributing Editor Jeff Yoders tests a new small-form factor, workstation-class desktop in Hewlett-Packard’s line that combines performance of its minitower machine with a smaller chassis and a lower price.

| Oct 13, 2010

Thought Leader

Sundra L. Ryce, President and CEO of SLR Contracting & Service Company, Buffalo, N.Y., talks about her firm’s success in new construction, renovation, CM, and design-build projects for the Navy, Air Force, and Buffalo Public Schools.

| Oct 11, 2010

MBMA Releases Fire Resistance Design Guide for metal building systems

The Metal Building Manufacturers Association (MBMA) announces the release of the 2010 Fire Resistance Design Guide for Metal Building Systems. The guide provides building owners, architects, engineers, specifiers, fire marshals, building code officials, contractors, product vendors, builders and metal building manufacturers information on how to effectively meet fire resistance requirements of a project with metal building systems.

| Sep 22, 2010

Satellier, Potential + Semac close investment deal

Satellier, a world leader in providing CAD and Building Information Modeling (BIM) outsourced services to the architecture, engineering and construction industry, announces a strategic minority investment from India-based top engineering firm Potential + Semac, ushering in the next evolution of the global architecture support industry.
| Sep 21, 2010

Turner Building Cost Index Unchanged From Second Quarter 2010 and 13.16% below its 2008 Peak

New York, N.Y., August 30, 2010 – Turner Construction Company announced that the Third Quarter 2010…
| Aug 11, 2010

Average annual pay increases at A/E/P firms continue to rise in 2010

Despite the economic challenges that many architecture, engineering, planning(A/E/P) & environmental consulting firms have faced in recent years, a large majority of firms continue to include pay increases for their staff in their annual budgets, according to a new report released by ZweigWhite. According to ZweigWhite's 2010 Policies, Procedures, and Benefits Survey of Architecture, Engineering, Planning & Environmental Consulting Firms, the average pay increase that A/E/P firms project that they will provide in 2010 has increased from 2009. ZweigWhite, March 2
| Aug 11, 2010

Only four out of 337 cities added construction jobs in 2009

Construction employment grew in only four out of 337 metropolitan areas in 2009 as spending on construction projects dropped by $100 billion in December to a six-year low of $903 billion, according to a new analysis by the Associated General Contractors of America of federal figures released recently.

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