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Infection Control Measures for Airport Terminals

The airport “experience” of hurry up and wait leaves passengers often standing virtually on top of their fellow travelers in processing, security, and boarding queues, or at baggage carousels on their way out. And unless a person is sweating profusely or

Reopening Campus Performance Arts Centers

As institutions develop plans to reactivate their campuses in meaningful ways, they must consider specialized academic units that require deliberate face-to-face and hands-on learning to accomplish proficiency in academic training. Performing arts

Reconstruction Could be COVID-19’s Silver Lining

The spread of the coronavirus has had a devastating impact on the U.S. and worldwide economies. But that spread also created health and wellness scenarios for the built environment that lend themselves to reconstruction and renovation, say AEC firms. “I

Renewing the Healing Role of Public Parks

Disease prevention has had a large impact on public space planning and design throughout history. Typhoid, smallpox and cholera epidemics in the 1800s brought forth the sanitary movement creating municipal sewer systems, indoor plumbing and wider,

Designing Resilient Libraries for a Post-Covid World

The Coronavirus Pandemic forced 98% of all public libraries across the United States to close in April (American Library Association). While we miss our libraries, it’s been inspiring to see the creativity and dedication library workers have shown as

Top 40 Religious Facilities Sector Construction Firms for 2019

RANK COMPANY 2018 RELIGIOUS SECTOR REVENUE 1 STO Building Group (formerly Structure Tone) $120,900,000 2 Crossland Construction $76,525,292 3 Consigli Building Group $35,665,128 4 Hill & Wilkinson $34,469,337 5 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The

Developers Wave Goodbye to Empty Costs

Developers are waving goodbye to empty construction costs as they place greater emphasis on the future use of projects as opposed to traditional, initial costs for materials and a layout that doesn’t maximize space usage, according to Rob Budetti, partner

Is Legal Cannabis CRE’s Next Big Tenant?

With 10 states plus Washington, D.C., legalizing cannabis for recreational use and medical marijuana legal in another 23 states, the marijuana industry is providing an opportunity for those in the commercial real estate to dip their toes into something new.