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Thornton Tomasetti Launches BEACON, First-of-its-Kind Embodied Carbon Measurement Tool

The open-source tool gives users the ability to develop carbon reduction strategies in real time.  New York – Thornton Tomasetti, the international engineering firm, has launched...

Cross-Laminated Timber

What is it and When Does it Make Sense? By Augustus “Gus” Raymond Entering the 19th century, the 482’ Strasbourg Cathedral was the tallest structure in...

New York City Passes Country’s Most Wide-ranging Bird-friendly Building Legislation

(New York City, N.Y., December 10, 2019) Today, the New York City Council approved Proposed Initiative 1482B — to date, the most broad-reaching bird-friendly building policy in...

BARGE DESIGN SOLUTIONS ACQUIRES GOULD TURNER GROUP

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Barge Design Solutions announced that it has acquired Nashville-based Gould Turner Group (GTG), bringing together two of Nashville’s most well-established and...

Four Ways to Take on the Living Building Challenge

By Barry Stiles The Living Building Challenge calls on engineers, architects, and designers to create buildings that have a positive net effect on their surroundings....

Advanced surface technologies for cities

Smart surface technologies such as green roofs produce savings in the form of lower energy and water bills, lower health costs, reduced water treatment,...

Master planning in Malawi

Engineers and architects extend hope through design. By Robert Donahue, AIA, LEED AP Seasoned with skeletal reminders of our architectural and engineering history, our cultural world...

Increase BIM engagement to remain competitive

When Building Information Modeling (BIM) was first introduced, it initially gained traction with design professionals because it enabled them to iterate more fluidly, analyze...
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