Ballot Showdown to Decide Fate of Tech Billionaires’ Massive Land Acquisition

When it comes to investments, tech billionaires are eager to get their hands on a lot of things, but agricultural

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Pack ‘Em In: High-Density Development Is Another Key to Sustainability

Our buildings have been accused of creating around 40 percent of the world’s carbon. The resonance by regulators, investors, and

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Finding Solutions to Modular Construction’s Challenges 

It sounds a bit like the stuff of 20th-century science fiction. Computers are printing buildings. Entire homes are created in

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Carbon Footprints and Construction: The Dilemma of Old vs. New Buildings

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Mapping Out Public Transit Ridership Rates and Office Vacancy

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Sinking Cities Like NYC Can Be Saved with Innovative Construction Methods

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Is Virtual Reality Training a Turning Point for the Construction Industry?

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