AIA Calls for U.S. to Reverse Paris Climate Agreement Withdrawal

In its statement, the organization decried the Trump administration’s “shortsighted decision.” By ARCHITECT Staff The following is a press release from AIA in response to President Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate...
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Hurricane Sandy cost New York nearly $11 billion in damage in 2012. A storm-related fire destroyed more than 100 homes in Breezy Point, Queens. AP Photo/Mark Lennihan

As the climate changes, architects and engineers need to design

Adaptation doesn’t mean what it used to. Nicholas Rajkovich In the past seven years, four major disasters have caused serious disruptions in the Northeast and Midwest United States. Hurricane Sandy slammed into New York City in 2012, inflicting nearly $11 billion in damage...
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A panoramic view of the David Dyer Federal Building in Downtown Miami in 2016. Miami Dade College

Miami Dade College is spending $60M to rescue a downtown architectural masterpiece

By Andres Viglucci Three years after taking possession of Miami’s grandly historic but long vacant federal building, Miami Dade College is nearing completion on the initial phase of a massive $60 million renovation that will return the 1933 Neoclassical masterpiece to public use....
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