Delivery-only food-service facilities, known as ghost kitchens, were already gaining traction pre-pandemic, which fast-tracked the concept into the mainstream as more people avoid the risks associated with in-person dining
Profiles of some of the leading projects in the vertical and horizontal built environments.
Without the need for long-distance transportation or carbon-intensive production techniques, one research lab is experimenting with local soils that may offer a greener path forward
Once thought of as a ‘big country town,’ Brisbane has become a destination for those wanting to take in its warm climate and beautiful architecture
Construction workers rely on several tools and gadgets to get the job done. Here, one ironworker shares the items he can’t live without on the job
Contracting for infrastructure projects has stubbornly resisted technology adoption. An initiative born out of the World Economic Forum aims to change that
Long known as a center for commerce and finance, London’s Square Mile is witnessing a building renaissance, with a raft of tall new super-efficient buildings redefining its skyline—and making a bold statement of intent regarding its future
Facing the urgency of climate change, companies like BP that traditionally invested in the construction of refineries and other oil production resources are pivoting to build in the increasingly profitable solar energy space
The Columbus Commons development is a prime example of how higher-cost green roof projects are paired with public resources to maximize value.
The city’s architectural charm is rooted in both its cherished history as well as its modern innovations
With remote work trending toward a more permanent reality for some companies and workers, a few firms are aiming to capitalize by offering prefabricated tiny backyard work pods
The pandemic hit the construction job market hard. While most of the lost jobs have recovered, an expert breaks down how the pandemic affected some construction jobs more than others
As concrete’s prevalence continues to pose a danger to the long-term health of the environment, can clay- and soil-based materials serve as a viable option for builders?