Agency's inaugural carbon neutrality innovation challenge event attracts ideas to help buildings cut emissions 40% by 2030 from 2005 levels.
From 2020 through 2023, total construction spending will increase by 38% over the prior 4-year period to $9.4 billion using innovative practices, according to a New York Building Congress forecast in a July 20 report.
The New York City Dept. of Buildings has granted permission to use SpeedCore in New York City. The high-rise lateral-load resisting system of tied dual-plate wall modules field-filled with concrete has the potential to slash superstructure construction time compared to steel frames with reinforced concrete cores.
Precast concrete panels with Lego-style connections form the building core for team's fast-track rehab of a 4-story Manhattan freight terminal into the tech giant's 12-story NYC headquarters.
Top firms in New York, New Jersey and New England have some 2019 revenue cushion to meet the challenges created by COVID-19.
Those that won Best Project awards in the Airport/Transit, Health Care and Residential/Hospitality categories are now Finalists for ENR New York's 2020 Project of the Year honors. The top winner will be revealed in the November issue of ENR New York.
We've pleased to announce the recipients of this year's categorical Best Project and Award of Merit honors!