Design Professional’s Guide to Zero Net Energy Buildings, By Charles Eley. Washington, D.C.: Island Press, 2016

Handbook of Biophilic City Planning & Design, By Timothy Beatley. Washington, D.C.: Island Press, 2016

Architect Fends Off Indemnity Suit
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An interview with Dorie Clark, a marketing strategy consultant and branding expert....

Ninth-Century Artifacts to Be Protected from Construction Vibration

Two Coal Plants Pursue Different Approaches to Capturing Carbon Dioxide

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U.S. EPA Releases $1-Billion Plan for Cleaning Up Portland’s Harbor

Settlement Addresses Nearly 100 Abandoned Uranium Mines on Navajo Lands

Army Corps Completing Post-Sandy Risk Reduction Projects

Geothermal Well Taps Supercritical Temperatures
A borehole reaches a depth of 4.6 km in an effort to determine if supercritical fluids can be used to open a new dimension in geothermal utilization....

‘Sensing Skin’ Monitors Structural Performance
Researchers develop paint that behaves as a “sensing skin” to monitor structural performance....

A Question of Ethics: A Commitment to Ethics Begins at the Very Top
A widely reported bribery scandal serves as a reminder that a corporate culture of trust and integrity always begins at the top level of corporate leadership....

Salt Lake Tabernacle
The elongated, domed Salt Lake Tabernacle boasted the longest clear-span roof in North America when it opened, in 1867. The novel system of lattice arches was built by settlers with no formal training...





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