Content related to ‘construction’
A new publication from the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) provides a broad understanding of earthquakes and how they affect buildings.
The engineering mind is a fascinating thing. When an engineer comes on the scene, the most common objects—a stack of pennies, for instance—can be transformed into just about any architectural masterpiece.
“Use of building safety codes results in fewer injuries and lives lost,” affirms Richard P. Weiland, Chief Executive Officer of the International Code Council.
Stan Munro of Syracuse, NY has an unusual profession: he builds with toothpicks. We’re not talking about school project or Boy/Girl Scout merit badge caliber, but entire recognizable architectural monuments from around the world.
A real estate developer incorporated an uncommon natural element into his home in the Catskills after harboring his idea for several decades.
The first comprehensive study to explore the impact of project delivery methods and procurement procedures on achieving sustainable design and construction goals was released earlier this month.
Highlights from the 2010 Construction Outlook of McGraw-Hill Construction
The states with an OSHA law already in effect are Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, New York, and most recently, Missouri. The state of Nevada OSHA training law becomes effective January 1, 2010.
The world’s first floating apartment complex, The Citadel, will incorporate the benefits of water into the infrastructure of the development.
Its completion marks the opening of the first of three planned wings.