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Practice guides are perfect for your reference library

The CSI Practice Guides are a library of comprehensive references specifically and carefully designed for the construction professional. Each book examines the important concepts and best practices integral to a particular aspect of the...
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Introducing T-SLAB—the latest revolution in precast concrete flooring systems

Architects, engineers, and contractors are always searching for new, innovative products that can take their projects to the next level, but when it comes to flooring systems, the innovation they have been seeking has been sorely lacking for some time. Tindall is here to deliver that much-needed innovation with...
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Rail post anchorage design covered in latest e-book

An article in our newest, sponsored e-book explores design considerations for rail post anchorage into concrete. It appears along with a trio of articles from the pages of The Construction Specifier in Concrete Building Design, a free, downloadable resource.
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California library design honors its coastal architectural roots

A joint project between the City of Half Moon Bay and the County of San Mateo, the Half Moon Bay Library in California by Noll & Tam Architects honors the region’s agricultural roots and coastal environment while providing a valuable community resource.
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Seattle building cleverly navigates land use code to maximize space

The Canal Street project in Seattle, Washington,  takes a narrow, commercially zoned, urban-infill lot with a small, rundown 1950s-era house and transforms it into a new, forward-thinking, 486-m2 (5233-sf), commercial office building.
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Studio Ma transforms Phoenix office into a progressive workspace community

Architecture firm Studio Ma has completed the reimagining of a Phoenix, Arizona, building for CASA, a provider of shared workspaces. The new project is recognized for its unmatched employee experience and sense of community. The new workplace optimizes aesthetics and functionality while being in harmony with the natural environment for improving...
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Frank Lloyd Wright architecture school to change name and relocate

Frank Lloyd Wright’s School of Architecture at Taliesin (SOAT) will be changing its name and move both its campuses in Scottsdale, Arizona, and Spring Green, Wisconsin, to Cosanti and Arcosanti, the home and studio of Italian architect, artist, and urban theorist Paolo Soleri in Arizona. This decision comes after...
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