Opening Doors to the Benefits of Lean Construction

Doors are everywhere, completely out of sight and out of mind until they become unintentional barriers to passage. While the idea of a...  More

Details of Daylight: Choosing the Right Glazing Material

Adding natural light to learning environments is long proven as beneficial to students, educators, test scores and the bottom line. Studies...  More

Outfitting Your Auditorium With Multi-Purpose & Flexible Staging

Today, universities and colleges across the country are finding it difficult to meet the demands placed on them to provide the best...  More

Meaningful Change: Placemaking at Simpson College

The process of "placemaking," a concept that for half a century has been more common to the public realm, can help transform private...  More

Stronger Installations Help Decks Evolve

Each year, schools, universities and other learning institutions spend tens of thousands of dollars either refurbishing dilapidated decks...  More

High Point University: Surrounded by Success

Take a drive through High Point, North Carolina. Look out your car windows. Chances are, you won't go far without seeing High Point...  More

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...  More

Indoor Track and Field Enjoys a Moment in Unlikely Space

Last winter, a six-lane, 200-meter indoor banked track found itself at the center of the track and field world during a series of high...  More

Starting Over: Resurrecting a Stalled Project

Resurrecting a stalled building project requires a close look at what circumstances have changed, and then changing the plan to match the...  More

Orchestrating Your Building Project

Even though you might think of them primarily in terms of aesthetics, architects' most valuable characteristic on a building project is the...  More