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The Cork Factory Lofts

Here's how a fresh makeover turned the former Armstrong Cork Factory into one of Pittsburgh's most unique urban addresses. More

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The Future of Concrete Pumping

Innovative projects point the way to new techniques and applications. More

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From Boxes to Blocks

When most people go home from work, they don't head for a manufacturing facility. But in Ybor City, a National Historic Landmark District of Tampa, Fla., it's trendy to live in such a place, like the Tampa Box Factory. The facility, originally built by hand in 1915, has been restored and converted into the Box Factory Lofts, with 53 two-story loft homes. Concrete block proved to be the ideal building material for the "adaptive reuse" project, providing both historic continuity and modern practicality. More

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