Whether it’s a real estate investor, corporation, utility, manufacturing plant, government, hospital, or school system; it’s the decade of the Owner. For all types of owners, construction is a systemic challenge - common to all … about Buildings and Beyond in 2020: The Evolving Owner
Canadian buildings are among the most iconic in North America and the world. Here are 18 examples of remarkably iconic structures in the Great White North.
All fastest growing cities in Canada have one thing in common: a booming construction industry. Advancing the GDP share of the economy, these projects are shaping the lives of communities for decades to come.
Australia has been an economic powerhouse in the midst of a major population boom. That combination has contributed to the rise of many new mega structures designed to meet the needs of this burgeoning nation.
In this post, we’ll take a look at 25 of the most iconic Los Angeles buildings. You’ll recognize some of them from films but we’ll be sure to include some hidden gems as well.
In this post, we’re going to take a look at the best architecture firms in Chicago, as curated from lists by Expertise and Chicago Business. Our list contains both large and small architecture firms in … about Architecture Firms In Chicago: 10 Of The Best
Construction continues to grow, but the habits ingrained by the recession still hold sway. It's time to demand more in return for your investment. Here's what to expect from project management software.
Hackman Capital Partners has spent the past 33 years swinging for the fences—acquiring, optimizing, and—through the strategic alchemy of capital projects—morphing raw real estate ore into high-value assets.
Commercial real estate owners create value and maximize investor returns. A significant consideration as owners seek to achieve their goals, what is a fiduciary? What do fiduciary relationships look like? Finally, how does fiduciary responsibility change … about The F-Word
Office and retail fitouts are a steady stream of work for many builders and trades due to the constant churn of tenants bumping in and out.