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Building Materials | Aug 3, 2022

Shawmut CEO Les Hiscoe on coping with a shaky supply chain in construction

BD+C's John Caulfield interviews Les Hiscoe, CEO of Shawmut Design and Construction, about how his firm keeps projects on schedule and budget in the face of shortages, delays, and price volatility.

| Mar 27, 2013

Small but mighty: Berkeley public library’s net-zero gem

The Building Team for Berkeley, Calif.’s new 9,500-sf West Branch library aims to achieve net-zero—and possibly net-positive—energy performance with the help of clever passive design techniques.

| Feb 8, 2013

WDMA releases national policy agenda for windows, doors, skylights

Document urges a regulatory stance that will support manufacturing, including favorable building codes and tax policy.

| Feb 8, 2013

AAMA and WDMA release updated industry review, trends forecast

Windows and doors report predicts slow growth in commercial construction; analyzes historic data from 2006-11 and forecast data through 2015.

| Rob Cassidy Dec 3, 2012

Doing net-zero? You gotta get this book

We don't push books much in BD+C, but I just received one that I do want to recommend to any…
| Jun 1, 2012

New BD+C University Course on Insulated Metal Panels available

By completing this course, you earn 1.0 HSW/SD AIA Learning Units.

| May 29, 2012

Reconstruction Awards Entry Information

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

| May 24, 2012

2012 Reconstruction Awards Entry Form

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

| Feb 2, 2012

Fire rated glazing helps historic university preserve its past

When the University embarked on its first major addition since the opening of Hutchins Hall in 1933, preserving the Collegiate Gothic-style architecture was of utmost importance.

| Oct 12, 2010

Cell and Genome Sciences Building, Farmington, Conn.

27th Annual Reconstruction AwardsSilver Award. Administrators at the University of Connecticut Health Center in Farmington didn’t think much of the 1970s building they planned to turn into the school’s Cell and Genome Sciences Building. It’s not that the former toxicology research facility was in such terrible shape, but the 117,800-sf structure had almost no windows and its interior was dark and chopped up.

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