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  • The University of Cincinnati’s Carl H. Lindner College of Business in Ohio is now open. The facility was designed by Danish firm Henning Larsen and Cincinnati-based architect KZF Design, with BuroHappold as design engineer. The post Ohio university gets state-of-the-art facility appeared first on Construction Specifier .
  • Designed by Studio Gang, the new Arkansas Arts Center (AAC) in Little Rock, Arkansas, has broken ground. The new center seeks to create a space for social interaction, education, and appreciation for the arts. The post Studio Gang-designed Arkansas arts center breaks ground appeared first on Construction Specifier .
  • Japanese architect Shigeru Ban has designed one of the world’s largest timber structures for the new Swatch headquarters in Biel, Switzerland. The post New Swatch HQ in Switzerland is one of the world’s largest timber structures appeared first on Construction Specifier .
  • Abandoned or blighted ‘brownfield’ locations like former sites of munitions factories, steel mills, and chemical plants become viable options to build. The post Fabcon’s work with blighted sites turns brownfields into gold appeared first on Construction Specifier .
  • The Natural Stone Council (NSC) has updated ANSI/NSC 373, Sustainability Standard, to align with evolving green building programs. The post Natural Stone Council updates sustainability standard appeared first on Construction Specifier .

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