Subscribe:

Building Resilience To More Extreme Weather Days

Weather, insurance and building experts predicted that the Washington D.C. area will likely see more extremely hot days, more heavy rain days, less snowy days, and more localized flooding during “Designing for Extremes: Building a Resilient City”, a day-long symposium on building the next generation of properties facing a more volatile weather environment. George Mason […]

Continue Reading

Utilizing UAV and 3D Computer Vision for Visual Inspection of a Large Gravity Dam

Authors: Ali Khaloo and David Lattanzi (Department of Civil, Environmental, and Infrastructure Engineering, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA), Adam Jachinowicz (Argonne National Laboratory, Washington DC), and Charles Devaney (Quadrocopter, Las Vegas, NV) First published in Frontiers in Built Environment – July 2, 2018 Research Article Abstract: Dams are a critical infrastructure system for many communities, […]

Continue Reading

Regional Economy Ended 2018 on a High Note, Bolstering Strong Multifamily Market

Note: The following is an excerpt from the Newmark Knight Frank 4Q 2018 Washington Metro Area Economy and Multifamily report released in mid-January 2019 and sponsored by the George Mason Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship.  To read the entire report, click HERE.) The Washington metro area economy sustained its pace of growth through the fourth […]

Continue Reading

Developer Embraces Industry Changes

Katherine Bonnafé, the CEO of retail property developer Combined Properties, addressed students, alumni and faculty of the George Mason Masters in Real Estate Development (MRED) program during the launch of the spring semester last January. Bonnafé encouraged the students to embrace change as the one constant throughout their careers in the real estate industry. Combined has […]

Continue Reading