Photo: Hoffmann Architects
Though brick masonry is highly durable, it is still important to conduct regular inspection of th...read more
Photo: Vermont Timber Works Inc./Wikimedia Commons
The National Frame Building Association released an infographic showing just how far the industry...read more
Train station Seattle. Photo: Kaleb Nyquist/Creative Commons
A new white paper addresses the nation’s $3 trillion public infrastructure crisis and how public...read more
Rendering © Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
The hat truss-supported office tower was topped off in January, rising 25 stories above the Salt...read more
Renderings courtesy Waugh Thistleton. Click here to enlarge.
The nine-story Development House has vertical open spaces for light and air flow.
Rendering and photos courtesy STV
Faced with building a mid-rise structure on a site with poor soil conditions, a structural engine...read more
Trim-Tex Wall Mounted Deflection Bead installed, before drywall mud applied.
Trim-Tex Wall Mounted Deflection Bead features a coextruded flexible gasket that compresses under...read more
Photo: Simpson Gumpertz & Heger
Simpson Gumpertz & Heger and CW Keller use 3D modeling and CNC machining to advance concrete...read more
The Waterfront, a 128-unit wood-based residential development in Stavanger, Norway, designed by AART architects and Kraftvaerk for client Kruse-Smith. This first phase was completed last July; a second phase is under construction. More than 80 firms competed for the project. Photo courtesy AART Architects
The recent push for larger and taller wood structures may seem like an architectural fad. But Bui...read more
The University of Oregon's Hatfield-Dowlin Football Performance Center earned a Merit Award for the design and structure of the facility. Image: Jeremy Bittermann
Calatrava's soaring Innovation Science and Technology Building at Florida Polytechnic University...read more
Photo: Thester11 via Wikimedia Commons
Research at Case Western Reserve University has found that buildings that rock during an earthqua...read more
Two instructors and a doctoral student of the Graduate Institute of Ferrous Technology at Pohang University of Science and Technology, South Korea, make up the team behind the discovery. Photo: Graduate Institute of Ferrous Technology/Wikimedia Commons
The new alloy makes steel as strong as titanium.
Demountable structural steel assemblies would be a greener way to make use of steel in the constr...read more
These prestigious awards recognize outstanding achievement in engineering and architecture on str...read more
The competition invites U.S. developers, institutions, organizations, and design teams willing to...read more
The concept behind the research is to slice the stalk of bamboo grass into smaller pieces to bond...read more
Beijing-based design cooperative Penda designed a bamboo hotel that can easily expand vertically...read more
Kite Bricks proposes a more efficient way of building with its newly developed Smart Bricks syste...
The firm's research shows that 3D printing has the potential to reduce costs, cut waste, and slas...read more
Constructing a concrete dome is a costly process, but this may change soon. A team from the Vienn...read more
In Seville, Spain, architectural firms Hombre de Piedra and Buró4 have designed and completed a c...read more
The 18,000-seat Eagle Stadium in Allen, Texas, opened in 2012 to much fanfare. But cracks recentl...read more
The industry associations, with more than 700,000 members generating almost $1 trillion in GDP, h...read more
A 14-story luxury apartment block in central Bergen, Norway, will be the world's tallest timber-f...read more
Building Teams have been using steel decks with proven success for 75 years. Building Design+Cons...read more
The Singapore Bamboo Skyscraper competition invited design teams to explore the possibilities of...read more
A CLT expert clears up several common misconceptions and myths surrounding the use of wood as a b...read more
Research could lead to blocks that use waste material and have seismic and insulating benefits....
Mill Junction will house up to 370 students and is supported by 50-year-old grain silos.
Building Teams across the globe are employing advanced robotics to simplify what is inherently a...read more