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AEC Tech Innovation

Meet Emerge: WSP USA's new AEC tech incubator

Pooja Jain, WSP’s VP-Strategic Innovation, discusses the pilot programs her firm’s new incubator, Emerge, has initiated with four tech startup companies. Jain speaks with BD+C's John Caulfield about the four AEC tech firms to join Cohort 1 of the firm’s incubator.


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| Apr 4, 2012

Educational facilities see long-term benefits of fiber cement cladding

Illumination panels made for a trouble-free, quick installation at a cost-effective price.

| Apr 3, 2012

AIA: Commercial Flooring

Laying the foundation for good design.

| Apr 3, 2012

Suffolk completes phase one of Baystate Medical Center expansion

Construction management firm awarded emergency department project for successful build of $296 million MassMutual Wing and Davis Family Heart and Vascular Center.

| Apr 3, 2012

Educational facilities see long-term benefits of fiber cement cladding

Illumination Series panels made for a trouble-free, quick installation at a cost-effective price. The design for Red Hawk Elementary School stems from the desire to create a vibrant place for kids to learn. In an effort to achieve this design, RB+B Architects selected Nichiha USA to provide a durable yet modern, contemporary exterior finish.

| Mar 29, 2012

U.K.’s Manchester Airport tower constructed in nine days

Time-lapse video shows construction workers on the jobsite for 222 continuous hours.

| Mar 28, 2012

Meridian Design Build Begins work on 38 acre redevelopment project

The project includes construction of a new 150,585-sf cross dock facility that will include full service truck maintenance and repair bays, a truck wash, and approximately 20,000-sf of corporate office space.

| Mar 27, 2012

Precast concrete used for affordable, sustainable housing in New York

Largest affordable housing development in the nation will provide housing for close to 500,000 people. 

| Mar 16, 2012

Stego embarks on HPD Pilot Program

Vapor barrier manufacturer strives to provide better green choices to designers and builders.

| Mar 14, 2012

Hearing to decide fate of unfinished Harmon in Las Vegas under way

The testimony began with CityCenter consulting engineer Chukwuma Ekwueme methodically showing photo after photo of parts of the Harmon, where he and his team had chipped away the concrete pillars and beams to examine the steel reinforcing bars inside.

| Mar 14, 2012

Plans for San Francisco's tallest building revamped

The glassy white high-rise would be 60 stories and 1,070 feet tall with an entrance at First and Mission streets.

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