Wineries and bars turned to an old Italian design-build concept to serve customers during the pandemic—and its success has convinced some the idea may be here to stay
Profiles of some of the leading projects in the vertical and horizontal built environments.
Five years ago, the U.K. voted to leave the European Union, and 18 months ago it did just that. The construction industry has some big concerns over its workforce, many of whom are EU citizens, while the issue of material supplies is as present as ever. So what’s next for the industry?
The Red Sea Airport set to open in 2022 in Saudi Arabia aims to be equal parts luxurious and environmentally sustainable
Beantown’s charm is rooted in the city’s quaint historic places and winding, cobblestone streets – but these same characteristics make building in Boston no easy feat
The nearly $1 billion project set to be completed in 2024 will dot the city’s already-vibrant downtown with another iconic structure – and Bluebeam Revu has become the project’s essential technology
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
In a world of increasing uncertainty and fast-moving technologies, construction firms would be wise to study the principles of change management
One company is aiming to use its innovative 3D printing technology to change residential construction as we know it
As an architect, one of the essential things to consider when buying new software is how it will integrate with your existing systems and processes
The Massachusetts capital showcases some of the oldest – and most controversial – architecture in the United States
The homebuilding sector is embracing technology to improve the energy efficiency of new homes and reduce carbon emissions, while owners of existing housing are using a variety of methods to make more of their properties environmentally sound.
The U.K. government wants net zero carbon emissions by 2050. But can the country’s construction industry—which currently produces a whopping 40% of those emissions—overhaul the way it works to help achieve this?
A building’s value comes from many factors, but what ultimately hits the nose can have a tremendous – and sneaky – influence on how people behave inside a structure
Construction workers rely on several essential tools to get the job done. Here, a construction technology manager shares the items he can’t live without on the job