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    Material Matters member content locked

    The construction industry has always had to deal with material issues. For decades, homes and commercial buildings have been purged of asbestos and lead, formaldehyde and other volatile organic…

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    Urban Aspirations member content locked

    Today's cities are rich in people, money and pollution. Those factors are driving a demand for urban development projects that focus on smart land use, energy-efficient housing and green spaces that…

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    Construction registered user content locked

    By Bishel, Ashley | Hermans, Amanda After decades of resistance to change, the stubborn construction industry has designs on a digital transformation. The industry-wide shift to improve communication efficiencies, project accuracy and…

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    Crane Correction registered user content locked

    By Waity, C. J. Cranes are due for an upgrade. Major accidents, which have grabbed international headlines, are placing more pressure on companies to pursue projects to develop smarter and safer cranes. After all,…

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    Unchartered Waters registered user content locked

    By Giannetto, Judy It could be a watershed moment for Finland and Estonia. Finnish entrepreneur Peter Vesterbacka, the former chief marketing officer of the company that developed Angry Birds, is looking to build the…

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    Prefab Push registered user content locked

    To drive down construction costs, shave project schedules and sidestep the U.S. labor shortage hindering its build projects, hotel brand Marriott announced in 2017 that it would be embracing modular…

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    Burj Khalifa registered user content locked

    The Burj Khalifa isn't just the world's tallest building. The 828-meter (2,717-foot) structure is a towering symbol of the new Dubai, a global business and cultural center in the heart of the Middle…

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    Panama Canal Expansion registered user content locked

    Carving out one of the world's most important shipping shortcuts helped Panama earn its independence in 1903. Rebuilding it a century later helped the Central American nation restore its pride—and…

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    Sydney Opera House registered user content locked

    The Sydney Opera House opened to the public in 1973—10 years behind schedule and 1,357 percent over budget. In the end, it had taken 14 years and a final cost of AU$102 million to translate those…

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    Top 10 Most Influential Projects in Architecture registered user content locked

    The top 10 most influential projects in architecture over the last 50 years.

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