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On Oct. 13, at its national conference in Denver, Colorado, the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) formally launched its first-ever end-user software, Crosswalk® for Microsoft Word.®
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Architecture firm receives AIA’s highest honor

The board of directors and the strategic council of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) have bestowed Mithun with the 2023 AIA Architecture Firm Award, the highest honor from the institute recognizing a firm that has consistently produced distinguished architecture for at least a decade.
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Portland housing project opts for sustainability-first design strategies

Aimed at receiving Earth Advantage Platinum certification—based on energy efficiency, optimal land use, sensible water technology, and sustainable materials benchmarks—a housing project in Portland has incorporated cost-saving and cost-efficient methods into its design.
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Skanska gets $74.2M project for NYC’s Grand Central Terminal

Skanska, a global construction and development firm, has been selected by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) to deliver circulation enhancements to the Grand Central/42nd Street station in New York City.
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Polar Park construction manager to pay $1.9M for false claims allegations

The companies, part of the joint venture (JV) in charge of constructing Worcester’s Polar Park baseball stadium in Massachusetts, have agreed to pay $1.9 million in response to allegations made by the Attorney General’s office that the JV misrepresented claims to include women and minority-owned businesses as subcontractors.
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Washington hotel finds creative solution in shared roof design

The design of The Society Hotel Bingen in Washington, responded to contextual factors—adaptive reuse of a former school, 20 hotel cabins, a covered pathway, and a spa building—connecting the disparate structures through a shared roof.
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