• Binghamton UniversityEngineering and Science Building


    Binghamton University's new LEED(R) Platinum certified building supports the latest pedagogies for science teaching and collaboration.

  • BASF Relocates Headquarters to New Jersey


    Chemical manufacturer BASF is relocating its North American headquarters to a planned $100 million office building in Florham Park, N.J.

  • Dow Chemical Builds East China Emulsion Plant


    The Dow Chemical Company will begin construction in the fourth quarter of 2010 on a $17 million emulsion plant in Zhangjiagang, China. Supporting Dow’s expansion in the Chinese coatings market, the facility will begin production in late 2011.

  • Pioneer Hi-Bred Builds Hermiston Facility


    Pioneer Hi-Bred will begin construction in April of 2010 on a new research facility in Hermiston, Ore. The project will enable Pioneer to expand its agricultural R&D operations with a focus on the creation of corn hybrid products.

  • Monsanto Breaks Ground on Mississippi Breeding Station


    Monsanto broke ground in March of 2010 on a $2.4 million corn breeding station in Flora, Miss. The 26,000-sf facility is located in the Flora Industrial Park and will support research on corn hybrids.

  • Hemlock Semiconductor Expands Manufacturing Facilities


    Hemlock Semiconductor Corp., a subsidiary of Dow Corning, will initiate a $1 billion expansion of its manufacturing complex in Saginaw, Mich., in 2009.

  • Incorporating International Building Code Changes Can Cut Construction Costs


    Changes in the International Building Code (IBC) that became effective in 2006 can save building planners significant construction dollars that normally would be spent building higher rated construction types to accommodate hazardous chemicals, specifically flammable liquids.

  • FMC Relocates to Ewing


    Philadelphia-based FMC Corp. is relocating to 117,000-sf of laboratory, office, and greenhouse space in Ewing, N.J., in fall of 2009.

  • Bayer Builds Shanghai TDI Plant


    Bayer will initiate construction by year-end 2008 on a toluene diisocyanate (TDI) manufacturing plant in Shanghai, China. The facility will begin operations in 2010 with a manufacturing capacity of 700,000 tons per year.

  • Dow Plans Water Technology Development Center


    Dow Water Solutions, part of The Dow Chemical Company, will construct the Water Technology Development Center in Tarragona, Spain.