The Islanders’ new home at Belmont Park and the venue for the expansion Seattle Kraken have added safety measures for their plans to host fans when they open in 2021.
The material that rained down from a tower terrified passers-by, though no one was injured. The building will be the second-tallest residential skyscraper in the city.
Renewable energy developers have struggled to finish projects as the pandemic disrupts construction and global supply chains.
A recent survey of architects reveals that clients are looking for ways to improve the time they spend at home.
The 15-story building had been inspected hours before the accident.
With environmental benefits and lower labor costs, mass timber has grown into a market that could rival steel and concrete in the construction industry.
Americans may be finding some common sense about building homes in vulnerable areas.
The blazes scorching the West highlight the urgency of rethinking fire management policies, as climate change threatens to make things worse.
A majority support outright bans on construction in disaster-prone areas, as well as paying people to move, researchers say — policies that local governments have been reluctant to adopt.
As the outlook for retail, hotel and office space shifts, some developers are already planning to convert empty properties to new uses.
The criminal charges were the latest twist for We Build the Wall, which had drawn praise from top Homeland Security officials while causing controversy over its construction methods.
A building block in most construction projects, concrete is responsible for about 8 percent of global carbon emissions. Several companies are working to create a greener mix.
Strong sales at China’s biggest construction equipment maker show Beijing’s strategy for recovery after the virus. But while the company, XCMG, is prospering, the rest of the economy is struggling.
Improvement of roads and rails has accelerated, but the crisis has strained budgets, muddling prospects for the projects and the real estate developments that count on them.
The pandemic paused residential construction and stalled sales. Now developers in Long Island City and Greenpoint are scrambling to bounce back.
Contractors have been allowed to go back to work since early June, but coronavirus protocols will probably make any apartment renovation take longer than usual.
Seven teams are building privately financed stadiums, a departure from the billions of public dollars spent on new arenas in other sports leagues.
When we were told to stay inside our homes, a portion of the population quietly went below ground.
As many as 400,000 people may return to work on Monday in a city still recovering from the pandemic and roiled by protests.
Parts of New York that have met seven health and testing criteria will be allowed to restart construction, manufacturing and curbside retail.
Major fires, many of them linked to lax safety standards, have plagued South Korea for decades. The latest, on Wednesday, killed 38.
More than 5,200 construction projects have reopened in New York City, offering a glimpse of new routines in postpandemic workplaces.
Corpus Christi has become the largest energy exporter in the United States, but several expansion projects have been delayed or scuttled, threatening jobs and investments.
With most construction projects deemed nonessential during the pandemic, apartment renovations have been frozen in a messy limbo.
A range of jobs, including bicycle and marijuana sellers, have been deemed vital. But the lists have been the subject of intense lobbying.
A Dutch community encourages residents to design their own houses, and much more.