New geological research warns that the weight of New York City’s skyscrapers is actually causing the Big Apple — whose more than 1 million buildings weigh nearly 1.7 trillion pounds — to sink lower into its surrounding bodies of water.
The rapidly accelerating climate crisis warrants an urgent and thorough transformation of global energy systems.
Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced over $6.5 billion for states, Tribes, and territories for essential drinking water infrastructure upgrades across the nation through...
Despite the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill’s historic $1.2 trillion investment in U.S. infrastructure, the American Society of Civil Engineers estimates an additional $2 trillion is needed to repair our deteriorating infrastructure.
Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, whose projects explore connections between natural and man-made systems, said the world should limit new construction to reduce the climate impact of the built environment.
A tale of two office markets is unfolding in Manhattan as a growing number of tenants ditch older spaces for newer or recently renovated buildings.
For two years, headlines have screamed about a bloodbath in the office sector. Research from Moody’s Analytics shows those headlines have little in common with reality.
Johnson Controls and Accenture are working together to boost Johnson Controls’ rollout of its AI-enabled connected solutions and services that improve building performance and reduce costs for building owners.
Positive property fundamentals at mixed-use developments are attracting investors of all types.
When the ground shakes, as a result of earthquakes, structural inertia prevents buildings from moving in unison with the ground. To extend the life of structures, engineers need to plan for potential ground motions during the design phase.