The beloved architectural style known as Craftsman has undeniably British roots, yet it’s unmistakably American, from Oregon to Alabama to Illinois. Might that explain its enduring appeal?
A builder wins unanimous city council approval by meeting the city's demand for environmentally sensitive development.
A local builder uses piers to keep his 15 custom homes at Gifford Park high and dry as well as rock solid.
Residential Homes of America (RHA), located in Lake Bluff, Ill., has a knack for finding land.
Boston's Channel Center is helping to transform the historic Fort Point warehouse district with 14 renovations and four infill sites on 7.1 acres.
The International Erosion Control Association administers two education and certification programs that can help reduce builders' environmental, entitlement and regulatory headaches.
Loreto Bay Co., of Scottsdale, Ariz., is proving that U.S. builders can gain new ground in Mexico.
Installing conventional gravity-based wastewater lines may not be practical where the the land's grade is too low.
In a booming residential construction corridor southwest of Chicago, builders voted to support higher impact fees.
Use perceived building obstacles to your advantage to create a new profit opportunity.
Confusion is the enemy of project approvals, but great graphics can be a builder's best friend.