AIA appoints Robert Ivy Executive Vice President/CEO

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Cooper Union Achieves LEED Platinum

<br/> Crain’s New York: Newest building at the school that helped give Thomas Edison his engineering chops is a winner in cutting energy use; conservation on a tight budget.

Steel Rises Rapidly at One World Trade Center

With the goal of one floor every ten days, One World Trade Center will be on track to complete construction in time for the tenth anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks.

Read the Spring 2010 Issue of Metals In Construction Online

The latest issue contains features about the city’s newest feats of architecture: Alice Tully Hall and The Juilliard School, City College of New York School of Architecture, Frank Sinatra School of the Arts, New York Law School, 41 Cooper Square

Living Steel Gains Interest

The New York Times reports that steel for residential construction is gaining attention in the wake of this year’s massive earthquakes in Chile and Haiti.