UT Announces Construction of New Fitness Center

To further enhance campus life and students' co-curricular experience, The University of Tampa is building a new Fitness and Recreation Center...  More

Flooring Trends in Higher Education

New construction and renovations at colleges and universities can be complicated. They have many stakeholders, including facility managers, investors,...  More

LVT: Computer-Generated Flooring

If you haven't noticed, LVT flooring is becoming increasingly popular in North America. LVT, or luxury vinyl tile, was first introduced about...  More

Flooring’s Newest Frontier: Providing Connectivity through Careful Planning

When you think of flooring, wiring and outlets are not likely to be part of your focus. However, today's use of technology, combined with desired...  More

Rubber Flooring: Savings and Performance in Educational Setting

Creating a safe, healthy, and productive learning environment is a priority not only for the people who design educational facilities, but also...  More

Help Students Breathe Easy

In recent years, there has been an increasing focus on the quality of air in schools and universities, and the associated impact of poor air...  More

Temporary Stand-Alone Facilities on Campus

When considering a major renovation, benefits of a temporary stand-alone facility are significant.  More

Proper Flooring Supports Key University Design Considerations

Evidence-based research shows that a proper floor covering for an educational space can not only positively affect that space's aesthetics, but...  More

State of Facilities in Higher Education

Private college and university leaders have a huge, often untapped asset - their physical campus. Data collected by Sightlines, a national firm...  More