Nonresidential construction spending in New York City is projected to reach $39 billion in 2018, a nearly 66% increase over the previous year. However, spending is also expected to tail off significantly during the following two years, according to a new report, Construction Outlook 2018-2020, released today by the New York Building Congress.
Friday, October 19, 2018
Global GreenTag International will launch its product certification standard and eco-labeling program in the U.S. later this year.
A new senior living community, dubbed Atria Westminster, is currently under construction 10 miles northwest of Denver in Westminster, Colo. The OZ Architects-designed facility will offer 137 units across five stories.
“Ascent” is the apt name of what would be the tallest mass-timber building in the Western Hemisphere, a 21-story 410,000-sf mixed-use tower that would be located in downtown Milwaukee, Wis.
A Building Team that includes the engineering firm Thornton Tomasetti, Korb + Associates Architects, and the developer New Land Enterprises has unveiled the design of Ascent, which is currently in its planning stages but could start construction by the fall of 2019.
Thursday, October 18, 2018
Analysis of federal data by the New York Times found that FEMA’s public assistance program has paid for many rebuild-in-place projects that leave the structures just as defenseless against future storms.
The new Katherine Johnson technology Magnet Academy (KJTMA) was designed with an emphasis on technology, STEM, and outdoor learning. The school provides learning opportunities focused on robotics, coding, science, digital art, and music for 900 kindergarten through fifth grade students each year.