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State and Municipal Agencies Expand Use of Cloud Construction Oversight

As state agencies wait on a possible infrastructure bill from the Biden administration, many are better prepared than they were a decade ago to manage hundreds of billions of dollars in new work. The Federal Highway Administration incentivized state DOTs to

8 Construction Industry Trends to Watch in 2021

2020 has been undeniably a devastating year for everyone and every field.  The lockdowns, quarantines, social distancing, and the casualties caused by the virus has shaken humanity beyond imagination. Although the construction sector faced a significantly

Historic Brooklyn Hotel Reopens as Luxury Senior Community

The first new luxury retirement community in New York City in 20 years has opened its doors. The Watermark at Brooklyn Heights is a joint venture of Kayne Anderson Real Estate,  Watermark Retirement Communities and Tishman Speyer. A lending consortium that

Are Hospitals Prepared for the Next Pandemic?

WSP USA had an emergency response team in place, a legacy from a previous acquisition. So the firm was ready when healthcare systems sought assistance to increase their capacity to treat infected patients. Within the nine-story University of Oklahoma Medical

AIA Releases Strategies and Illustrations for Reducing Risk of COVID-19 in Senior Living Communities

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) is releasing strategies and illustrations today that can help senior living communities mitigate risk of COVID-19. These resources were developed by a team of architects, AIA’s Design for Aging knowledge

How COVID-19 is Transforming Life Sciences Real Estate

The explosive growth of the global life sciences sector and the real property needs it entails have captured the attention of commercial real estate investors of all stripes. According to CBRE’s US Real Estate Market Outlook 2020, from 2014-2019, life

What’s Trending in Health-Care Design?

Medical offices and hospitals are, by definition, places where people come first. The same principle has become the rule of thumb for design, even more so than efficiency and sustainability, which architects have traditionally prioritized when planning

Designing Public Health Laboratories to Safeguard Researchers During Pandemics

Written gratitude does not feel like enough at this moment, but we want to start this piece just by saying THANK YOU to the research teams around the world. You are true heroes in a time when we need you most. Many of the researchers who work in disease