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Overreliance on the world’s favorite building material will lead to more crumbling towers, dams, bridges, and roads. And way more greenhouse gases.
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Contractors struggling to find skilled workers; ABC: Workforce shortage could soar to 1M in two years
NFL player-turned-builder Keith Burnell is having a tough time tackling the construction worker shortage.
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The Rossmore is a full-service high-end apartment building that reimagines the intersectionality between contemporary design and art deco charm. Inspired by today’s material science, sculptural design, and art scene, the building envelope was developed to follow the guiding principles of Ar
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Pritzker Architecture Prize-winner Toyo Ito has created a public toilet within three mushroom-shaped blocks as his contribution to the Tokyo Toilet project.
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Contractors weigh in on how the meteoric rise and fall of lumber prices helped and hindered their business during the COVID pandemic.
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Rescue teams left the Champlain Towers collapse site Friday, as the wreckage was completely cleared from the foundation.
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Steeped in history, Golowin House was built in 1959 in Mount Lawley, northern Perth, for a Russian-Jewish family who emigrated to Australia after World War II.
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Discover Woodlawn & Frank Lloyd Wright’s Pope-Leighey House in Alexandria, Virginia: This twice-relocated “Usonian” home is among the smallest built by master architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
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Key reasons so many construction projects are delivered late and over budget. And how to correct them
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Engineers studying the collapsed Florida tower said there seemed to be less steel reinforcement in certain areas than would have been expected from the 1979 design drawings.
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