Holcim US, a sustainable building materials manufacturer, recently announced a partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS), HIIT Contracting, and Baker Concrete Construction to create innovative, low-carbon concrete mixes, promissing 35 to 45 percent lesser CO2 emissions.
LaGuardia Airport, N.Y., recently completed the final steps of its redevelopment, which spanned almost six years. The transformation has achieved specific sustainability benchmarks including energy efficiency, water conservation, site selection, material selection, and waste reduction.
The Construction of two semiconductor manufacturing facilities under the $20 billion Intel Ohio project, in New Albany, Licking County, Ohio, will require as much steel as eight Eiffel Towers and as much concrete as the world’s tallest skyscrapers.
Loyola Marymount University’s Westchester campus’ new School of Film and Television facility, and an outdoor performance stage are both designed with rich materials supporting a minimalist aesthetic and prioritizing functionality to promote the broader learning purpose and connections.
Williamsburg Bridge is set to undergo a revitalization aimed at improving traffic flow across the major East River crossing between Brooklyn and Manhattan. Global construction and development firm, Skanska USA, will lead the $167 million overhaul.
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