The world’s first dividing pitch and long-term home to NFL London faced complex engineering and building challenges during its construction
Profiles of some of the leading projects in the vertical and horizontal built environments.
The iconic Manhattan skyscraper took just 20 months to design and build, igniting a bevy of industry best practices as well as many that may never be replicated
Arcadia hopes creating a more accessible solar energy ecosystem will help construction reach its long-term sustainability goals
San Diego may be a surfer’s paradise, but this beach town’s vibrant event spaces, literary landmarks and bustling border crossing make it ideal for any architectural enthusiast
The initial pandemic panic sent FGM Architects’ employees into remote work indefinitely, hobbling their ability to collaborate on project documents—then Bluebeam reimagined the way the firm operates
The highly complex nature of e-commerce requires facilities that are constructed with the same sort of pinpoint efficiency and flexibility as the industry they serve
The East Side Coastal Resiliency Project aims to safeguard part of America’s most-populous city from potential flooding induced by rising sea levels
Shortages are pervasive across the industry, but experts say these materials are especially hard to come by—and may be for some time
The summer heat can pose severe danger to construction workers. Here’s how to beat the heat and stay cool and productive over the next few months
The collapse of contracting giant Carillion offered a lesson for the construction sector. It reminded the industry of the need to carry out jobs for the right amount of money and to maintain good cash flow. It has also led to the sector looking at new technologies such as cryptocurrency to smooth out cash flow issues.
The venerable architect’s creations are constantly praised and worth seeing—but so are these area architectural landmarks (from 2021)