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New federal fire code regulations may create challenges for building owners, architects, and real estate developers. Learn how we can help you avoid costly BDA/DAS retrofits and ensure your new building design meets the fire code changes.

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What are the benefits and drawbacks of phased construction?

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Have you driven by Galleria Mall lately? You may notice that the East side recently received a face-lift, courtesy of GSD. Read on about the interior and exterior changes to the former Saks Fifth Avenue building.

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Miami's new construction market is skyrocketing. Check out these numbers showing over a 217% increase from this time last year.

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Permitting delays are nothing new in South Florida, and expediters are a common solution to help move the process forward. Just how effective are they, and what else can be done to get that golden ticket more quickly?

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What’s the advantage of renovating an old hotel vs. building from the ground up?

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In the first half of 2015, commercial property sales in Downtown Ft. Lauderdale topped $431 million, compared to about $55 million for all of 2009. Check out how we’re helping to build up the emerging art district.

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We held a topping out party last week to commemorate the concrete casting of the roof structure at the new 7-story Hampton Inn Hotel in Pompano Beach. In addition to a BBQ lunch, we raffled off some pretty cool gift cards for the workers. The hotel is scheduled to open in March 2017.

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South Florida narrowly missed a direct hit from Tropical Storm Hermine this week, but our crews had to race to finish the new glass installation at Galleria Mall in case we weren’t so lucky. Check out our post on how proper planning and teamwork allowed us to deliver on time and avoid a potential disaster.

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Green construction has gone mainstream, and it can work for practically any project without being too complicated or cost prohibitive. Read on to learn more.
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