University Circle's Park Lane II Project Would Come With Twists
This article was written by Stan Bullard, Crain's Cleveland Business.
The structure will have a contemporary design — vastly different from Finch's Park Lane Villas."
Cleveland Opportunity Corridor Update
By Daniel McGraw, Urban LandA rendering of the Cleveland Opportunity Corridor, a three-mile boulevard of revitalization, breathing new life into Cleveland neighborhoods and improving access to the jobs, education and culture located in University Circle. (Courtesy of City Architecture) Developers and city leaders of...
Surgeon General: Addiction Is a Disease, Not a Weakness
Published in the November, 2018; Vol 15, Num 5 edition of Laborers' Health & Safety Fund of North America.
To finally get a handle on the opioid epidemic decimating the U.S. and disproportionately affecting the construction industry, the public must change its attitude toward workers and others...
Cleveland Moving Ahead on $16.8 Million North Coast Harbor Pedestrian Bridge
By Robert Higgs, cleveland.com
The city could seek bids for construction of the lift bridge by March."
OSHA Creates New National Emphasis Program for Trenching and Excavation
By Douglas J. Suter, Hahn Loeser
Effective October 1, 2018, Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has created a new National Emphasis Program (Directive Number CPL-02-00-161) for Trenching and Excavation due to a recent spike in trenching fatalities nationwide. This new Program provides updated guidance...
10 Contractors Profiting from Sustainable Building
Kathleen Brown, associate editor for Construction Dive reports on the leading green building contractors by design revenue including CEA member the Walsh Group.
These firms are implementing sustainable practices across their projects and company culture to not only minimize their environmental impact but also to attain competitive...
6 Green Certifications Contractors Should Know About
Artice by Construction Dive's editor, Kim Slowey.
Besides LEED and Energy Star, there are other programs that building owners and contractors are exploring based on market demand for sustainability and wellness features."
Major Work to Start on Evans Farm Development in Delaware County
Tristan Navera, Staff reporter at Business Journal reports on the $1.52 billion 1,200-acre Evans Farm developmenty project.
New urbanism" is the key for the development, which would serve an area with a growing population but no city center."
Glass Box Fatigue': How Architects Are Flipping The Script On D.C. Office Buildings
Article by Jon Banister, Bisnow Washington, D.C.
The city starts to become a big reflection of itself if every building is a glass box and they're all reflecting another glass box."