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Fifty Shades of Green 

Consumers Want Green Design to Yield Greenbacks


We get it, not every project can be rooted in benevolence.  Project owners want to make money.  Materials distributors and manufacturers want to make money. And the end-user wants to save money.  Trying to meet everyone’s demands while building a green design or project can be challenging, but it doesn’t have to be. 

With the use of Building Information Modeling (BIM), jobsite recycling, and the use of inherently green materials, to name a few, project...

The Most Expensive City in the World for Construction

Hint:  The Big Apple


According to the 2017 International Construction Market Study, New York is the most expensive city in the world to build.  Despite the average $354/foot for construction, New York is a vibrant market of new construction and revitalization.



At an average of $354/foot, why not make the best of your money and time?  Consider using a...

Reinstated looks, lasting traditions


A renovation of the historic Morgan Avenue subway station house for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has recently been completed by the New York City architectural and planning firm of Urbahn Architects.

Urbahn Principal Natale V. Barranco, AIA, LEED AP says that as a crucial public transportation connection for an up-and-coming Brooklyn, NY neighborhood, the renovation of the Morgan Avenue station was...

Jefferson Park

Undeniable sophistication and style


Triangle Brick’s Jefferson Park is from our Southwest Collection.  While both smooth and tumbled, this brick is rich and sophisticated. With tones ranging from rich chocolate browns, cream and warm gold, the Jefferson Park easily pairs with neutrals and anything in between.



For a similar look to...

2017 AIA Housing Awards

The Lofts at Washington University | St. Louis, MO


The winner of the 2017 AIA Housing Awards in the Specialized Housing category is The Lofts at Washington University in St. Louis Missouri.

This beautiful mixed –use building was designed by...