by Janet Woodman Last month we drew bubble charts and got a feel for how the pieces relate to each other. Now is the time to work out or hire someone to make large scale plans. (Now for a short commercial break: Ordering a full set of professional plans mightRead More →

Wilmott Dixon, the UK’s leading independent real estate and construction services company, has announced that it has started construction on a £ 60million (US $ 80.6million) residential project in Rochdale, in Greater Manchester. The project will see the construction of 242 new rental apartments and a Hampton by Hilton hotelRead More →

Judy Nitsch was newly elected and installed as Chairman of the Boston Architectural College (BAC) Board of Trustees, succeeding Richard Martini, B. Arch ’84. Marilyn Swartz-Lloyd has been appointed vice-president. “Richard and Judy are both deeply committed to seeing the BAC evolve and prosper,” said BAC President Mahesh Daas, acknowledgingRead More →

BOSTON, September 28, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Judy Nitsch was newly elected and installed as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Boston Architectural College (BAC), succeeding Richard martini, B. Arch ’84. Marilyn Swartz-Lloyd was appointed vice-president. “Richard and Judy are both deeply committed to seeing BAC evolve andRead More →

NASSAU COUNTY, Long Island (WABC) – Nassau County Director Laura Curran was joined by state officials on Tuesday to announce a number of construction initiatives designed to protect thousands of homes and buildings. South Shore businesses against storm surges and floods caused by tides. The five flood prevention and resilienceRead More →

With the East Midlands Bricks Awards 2021 taking place this Thursday (September 30), there is little time left to reserve your seat at the event. Take the opportunity to network and celebrate with executives from real estate and construction companies from across the East Midlands. The awards recognize those whoRead More →

Photo credit: Hawaii Carpenter Education and Training Fund Construction workers in Hawaii worked throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, having been considered “essential workers”. Oahu Back to Work offers the unemployed Oahu residents a chance to get started in this industry with a free pre-apprenticeship carpenter course starting October 4. Photo credit:Read More →

The Old Christchurch Rectory in West Goulburn. Photo: Linda Cooper. Its brilliant house designs leave architecture students spellbound. As awareness and appreciation of EC Manfred houses grows, many are restored, sketched, photographed, studied in detail and widely celebrated. But it has not always been so. Over the years, Manfred’s meticulousRead More →

Featured | Workforce through Mike Trammell, DHG Partner, and Mark DeVerges, Senior Director of DHG Recruitment to September 25, 2021 Just as homebuyers find they have to bid quickly or risk losing a home to another family, construction companies across the country are seeing the same when recruiting experienced andRead More →

Business through Clemson University Nieri Family Dept. of Construction Science and Management to September 24, 2021 U.S. Representative William Timmons, 4th Congressional District of South Carolina, is expected to be the keynote speaker at the sixth annual Construction Industry Symposium offered by the Department of Construction Science and Management (Read More →

The Lagos State Government announced the diversion of traffic from Yaba for the first phase of construction of the Red Line Railway Project. Transport Commissioner Frédéric Oladeinde said in a statement in Lagos on Wednesday that the hijacking would last three months, from Friday October 1, 2021 at midnight toRead More →

Toronto, Canada, 2021-09-23 – Autonomy Electric Canada recently launched a new design competition, “The electric refueling station of the future‘, which is looking for inspiring and revolutionary concepts that will serve as a model for future motorway stops dedicated exclusively to electric vehicle (EV) charging and that will help reinvigorateRead More →

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CHARLOTTE, North Carolina – The main terminal still in use today at Charlotte Douglas International Airport opened in 1982. At the time, the annual local passenger traffic was 2.5 million people. By 2018, just before a $ 600 million terminal renovation and expansion began, the number of local travelers hadRead More →

In fulfilling its main mandate which includes, among other things, the reconstruction of infrastructure destroyed by the insurgency in the northeast and the restoration of socio-economic activities, the Northeast Development Commission ((NEDC) reported the construction of 500 housing estates in Adamawa. The commission also reported the distribution of food andRead More →

The 2026 global hydraulic infrastructure construction market report brings a systematic perspective of the market execution around the world and additionally the regional situation. In a clever arrangement of detailed sections, the construction of hydraulic infrastructure envisages that gives meaning to the different perspectives relating to the world market. ToRead More →

CLARION, PA (EYT) – The first phase of construction of Second Avenue Park began last week. Clarion Blueprint President Brenda Sanders Dede said exploreClarion.com that she is “very excited” to start the project. “We’re getting more people to buy,” Sanders Dede said. “It tells the community that we are doingRead More →

Two representatives from a Memphis-based construction and design company visited the Columbia County court on Tuesday to discuss possible options for a new detention center. The company, SouthBuild Team LLC (SB Team), which is actually a joint effort between Tennessee firms Smith-Doyle Construction, Inc. and Spirit Architecture, specializes in buildingRead More →

DUBAI: “These images helped me immensely when it came to writing about what it looked like and what it felt like in Dubai in the 1970s,” says Todd Reisz of Stephen’s photography Finch and Mark Harris. “But we don’t exhibit them as a formal examination of the photograph. We useRead More →