On the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, the focus is no longer just on the damage done, but also on the progress made since gulf coastal areas were devastated on Aug. 29, 2005.
The recently established Building Security Council, formed to fill the gap in security planning of non-federal buildings against the effects of terrorism, has completed its first voluntary rating system.
Final design for Freedom Tower is unveiled
Conference goal is to create better workplaces
Thornton to host conference
Proposed 80-story addition to Chicago skyline
Bentley Systems sponsors Buildings Conference
New Simpson Strong-Tie lab a part of Cal Poly groundbreaking
Summer camp recruitment makes the ‘grade’
Civil engineers at Purdue University are using a specialized laboratory to test a 32-foot-tall structure to determine the susceptibility of aging military buildings to earthquake damage.