Notre Dame Campus Growth Guided by Long- and Short-term Plans

“While Notre Dame has had several preceding periods of significant campus growth, the last quarter century of development has truly been...  More

Permeable Clay Pavers Solve Stromwater Issues While Preserving Historic Character of Campuses

No matter what your status is at a private college, from a frazzled freshman to a tenured department chair, a sudden downpour has...  More

The Doors of Wheaton College

Travel due west of Chicago nearly 30 miles to find the suburban community of Wheaton, Illinois. This picturesque small city is noteworthy...  More

Carnegie Mellon’s New Tepper Quad Boasts Collaboration and Innovation

Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) recently opened its largest building on campus, the David A. Tepper Quadrangle, reflecting a new model of...  More

Brick Pavers: Enhancing the Traditional Look of the College Campus

Decades after graduation, many former students can still visualize the campus where they attended college. The sights and sounds of a...  More

BIM: Building Information Modeling

Providing powerful value, Building Information Modeling (BIM) is driving an unparalleled revolution in the construction trade using digital...  More

Renovating Reynolds Gym at Wake Forest University

The 1950s-era red-brick Reynolds Gym at Wake Forest University has been renovated. Skillful brick color blending, matching mortar and...  More

Students Drawn to Greener Campuses

Many students at private colleges and universities are extremely invested in the environment and interested in knowing what campuses are...  More

Multidisciplinary Building for Problem-Based Science

Research and, more recently, teaching approaches to science are increasingly problem focused, not discipline focused. This means that...  More

Adding Value to Your Science Building

You rarely have a chance to build a new science buildling, so it is important to value-enineer before you begin, but not through the...  More