WASHINGTON, DC – To protect worker privacy, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued a final rule that eliminates the requirement for
DESIGNING THE MERGE INSTALLATION: Learning from and Respecting One Another Through the Design Process
One of the highlight’s of this year’s DesignPhiladelphia Festival is the MERGE installation on Jefferson’s Lubert Plaza at 10th and Locust Street. The installation is a
The growing popularity of interior glass – and tax implications of demountable partitions – have dramatically increased the use of glazing in commercial interiors.
“Rhythmic waves of expansion and succession.” Form, Design and the City, the educational film from 1962 that was created by Reynolds Metals Company uses that
The basics: A renewed focus on innovation led to the development of the Jefferson Accelerator Zone at Thomas Jefferson University, a space to foster collaboration
GALLERY: Changing Skyline: The best and worst architecture of the Nutter era Now that the “Nutter Era” is officially past tense, and Jim Kenney is managing
Mayoral Candidate Jim Kenney recently answered industry questions ranging from restructuring L&I to overwhelming regulations on city contracts. Please see excerpts below.
Architectural Glass Institute (AGI) receives over $100,000 in grant funding to advocate for the Phila. glazing industry
The Architectural Glass Institute (AGI) recently received over $100,000 in grant funding from the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS) to advocate for the Philadelphia glazing
A bouquet of balloons hung above an empty table in a Northeast Philadelphia union hall full of construction workers. A sign reserved the table for