Article - 6 Apr 2004
The February 2004 report by Market and Business Development (MBD) presents major conclusions on the European Construction Market. Article.
News - 24 Jul 2009
It was a special kind of refurbishment project, which (almost) ended in January in time for the official reopening. For two years, craftsmen from over 30 different trades have been getting...
News - 26 Jun 2008
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) engineers recently released a two-disk DVD set that demonstrates how Positive Pressure Ventilation (PPV), a technique in which powerful fans force...
News - 2 Apr 2008
A developer is taking "green" design to another level with a new community that may be one of the most eco-friendly residential developments in the nation.
Windermere on the Lake,...
Article - 15 Sep 2003
INCA, the Insulated Render & Cladding Association, describe many of the features of insulated cladding systems. Topic.
News - 29 Nov 2006
It's hard for people to imagine that their homes, and lives, could be destroyed by fire. Yet it happens to thousands of Americans each year. According to the National Fire Protection Association...
News - 6 Nov 2005
Plans for £60,000 homes have became a reality as the successful bidders for the first four sites were announced.
Following tough competition from all six bidders involved at this stage,...
News - 13 Apr 2005
At a press briefing in New York City on April 5, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) presented its analysis of how the World Trade Center (WTC) towers collapsed after two...
News - 5 Apr 2004
Just as the current tallest building in the world, Taiwan’s Taipei 101, nears completion it seems that the title will be taken by a building in China. Currently a hole in the ground and six...
News - 8 Sep 2003
The Solaire, the USA’s first environmentally responsible residential high-rise building, was unveiled last Friday, September 5, in Manhattan.
The 27 storey building relies on a concrete...