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Industry News Roundup: October 10, 2014October 10, 2014
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Over 60,000 pounds of steel were used to build house sculptures for the Great Chicago Fire Festival last weekend. The late-19th-century replicas were set ablaze at the conclusion of event. Read more about how Chicago celebrated this annual festival on Modern Steel Construction.
Office construction in Houston is growing at an incredible rate. Over 19 million square feet of office space are being built throughout the city, including Exxon Mobile’s 1.1-million-square-foot campus in Westchase. Find out more in this article from Building Design + Construction.
The Denver Union Station Transit Project was awarded the Design Build Institute of America’s highest distinction: Design-Build Project of the Year. The renovation of Denver Union Station transformed seven blocks of rail yard in downtown Denver into a remarkable nerve center for the city’s impressive transit system. Modern Steel Construction has more about why the DBIA bestowed the Denver Union Station with its highest honor.
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