New Tilting Prompts Revamp of San Francisco's Millennium Tower Fix

NBC Bay Area’s Investigative Unit has learned that a recent acceleration in tilting of the Millennium Tower has prompted engineers in charge of the so-called “fix” to employ an unconventional strategy to prop up the building so as to stop it from leaning further while the rest of the work gets done, Jaxon Van Derbeken reports.

Luxury Skyscraper Is Sinking But People Live There

Bright Side covers leaning structures.

Historic Building Collapses in Mount Airy

Fox8 WGHP reported a Historic building collapsed in Mount Airy.

Why a Minnesota Bank Building Ranks Among the Nation’s Most Significant Architecture

The National Farmers’ Bank in Owatonna, Minnesota, is one of the most significant architectural works in the country, part of the Prairie School of Design, reported Kaomi Lee of Twin Cities PBS.

In Defense of the "Gentrification Building" | Vox

How new buildings can actually fight displacement.

Dallas City Council Gives Green Light to Two New Downtown Buildings

The Dallas City Council voted Wednesday afternoon to give tax breaks to developers, CBS DFW reported.

Why Shipping Container Homes Are Overrated | Vox

They’re fun. They’re also way more difficult to build than they seem.

Champlain Towers South Condo Collapse Site Update What's Up?

In this video Jeff Ostroff takes you on a tour around the Champlain Towers South condo collapse site, to update you on what they have done to the property since this now famous Miami condo collapse, as well as the Surfside Wall of Hope and Memorial across the street.

Florida's Response to the Surfside Collapse

In this video Building Integrity discusses Florida Senate Bill 4-D which was voted on during a special session and signed into law by Governor Ron DeSantis in May 2022.


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