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

New Construction at the University of Tampa

2015 brought an especially hot spring and summer at The University of Tampa this year, as the 85-year-old university announced the construction...  More

The First Two Questions for Gymnasium Projects

There are so many details that need to be addressed when planning a new gymnasium for your facility that there are a couple of details that are...  More

Mississippi College Construction Boom Going Strong

Mississippi College's first new residence halls in two decades, a walking track to step up the university's wellness efforts and major renovations...  More

Temporary Stand-Alone Facilities on Campus

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

Adapting to New Demands: Modern Lab Design

As the economy continues to improve, there is more and more discussion about capital expenditures at the private college and university level,...  More

From Old to New: VRF Improving the College Campus

A proven HVAC technology worldwide, Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) zoning is known for providing superior occupant comfort.  More

Major Upgrades to Middlebury College Athletics Complex

Middlebury College has completed a major construction project at the south end of its Vermont campus that integrates its indoor athletic facilities...  More

Green Turns to Gold: Ithaca College’s Athletics & Events Center

A few years ago, Ithaca College opened its newest - and largest - building, the 177,000-square-foot Athletics and Events Center.  More

Upgrading Campus History: Windows Provide Green Update to Older Structures

According to the United States Census Bureau, there are more than 2,800 two- & four-year private colleges and universities in the United States....  More