Digital Printing, Plotters Milwaukee, WI

USGBC Awards LEED Resilient Design to GAF Headquarters

The property is the first in the world to be designated the distinction.


Rinka Chung Architecture aims for organic growth as its reputation spreads

​Buildings designed by Rinka Chung Architecture in Milwaukee could surround a person through their entire day.


Nice story about another great Milwaukee area architecture firm. We have a lot of talent here!

La Quinta Inn and Suites in NY to be turned into senior housing community

An upstate New York company that specializes in health care and hotel management has purchased the La Quinta Inn and Suites hotel in Ross wit


Role of the CISO and Information Security in the Construction Industry

Many companies fail to recognize the importance of information security in the construction industry. A CISO or CIO is critical to lead security efforts.


This is important as it relates to what we print which are construction documents (blueprints).

This timelapse video of five Manhattan buildings getting demolished is satisfying to watch

To make space for the New York’s second-tallest skyscraper, a crew tore down five buildings in the middle of Manhattan. Here’s a video of the demolition.


These 6 beautiful buildings have been awarded for setting new standards of architecture

The Aga Khan Award for Architecture celebrates new structures around the world that successfully address the needs and aspirations of the societies they serve.


UK Green Building Council HQ Renovations Set Record For Lowest Carbon Footprint

The renovations of the UK Green Building Council’s headquarters in Central London have set a record for the lowest embodied carbon footprint ever recorded for an office refurbishment.


Legal Challenge to Downtown Berkeley Mixed-Use High-Rise Struck Down

“Alameda County Superior Court judge denied petitions brought forth against a large mixed-use residential project in Downtown Berkeley, which challenged the certification of the environmental impact report.”


Verdigris raises $6.7 million for artificial intelligence that powers green factories and hotels

The smart energy startup Verdigris announced today that it has raised $6.7 million to scale production of its Einstein smart sensor and frequency detectors. The sensors are used to predict the failure of machines and improve energy efficiency.


‘Living wall’ scaffolding system in London launched

“A scaffolding system just launched fitted with a green living wall to make building sites healthier and more attractive for local communities.”


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