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
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
The Walsh Group’s Pablo Giraldo has established a proven digital document management workflow that organizes and streamlines previous paper-based processes into the modern age
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
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?
Indoor spaces remain among the riskiest for COVID-19 transmission. And with colder months ahead, building operators are turning to enhanced HVAC systems and outdoor air circulation tactics to thwart the virus’ spread
Fulton East in Chicago boasts virus-fighting features like hospital-quality air ventilation and foot-activated elevators. Is this the new normal?
Creating vaccines for infectious diseases like COVID-19 requires stringent management and construction of facilities that test, store and distribute the medicine