Diana Kightlinger is a content writer and journalist focused on sustainability. She holds master’s degrees in environmental science and journalism and brings endless curiosity and passion to her work. For Built, she writes about everything from biophilic design to zero-cement concrete to mass timber.
Lumber prices today are falling fast after becoming a scarce commodity during the heights of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's why lumber prices are dropping.
The COVID-19 pandemic seemingly spawned a topsy-turvy market for raw construction materials, but this Q&A reveals that pre-pandemic factors are also to blame
Biophilic design emerged prior to COVID-19, but as this expert interview reveals, the pandemic has made a priority of constructing spaces for wellness
Concrete sewer pipes frequently fail in as little as 10 to 20 years. Zero-cement concrete offers a strong, durable, eco-friendly and cost-effective option
Nanomaterials are becoming increasingly common in construction, but along with the benefits come risks you should discuss with your suppliers