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

A Transformational Project: Converse College’s Johnson Plaza

Many students arriving for the first time at Converse College in Spartanburg, SC, like students arriving at any other private college, have...  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

Using Retrocommissioning to Tackle Campus Carbon Footprint

Seattle Pacific University is a private college campus with more than 4,000 undergraduate and graduate students, located in the heart of...  More

JWU’s New Main Hall on Historic Campus: Renovating 129-year-old Structure

For the last 15 years, students, faculty and staff at Johnson & Wales University's Denver Campus have been waiting patiently for the day...  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...  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...  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...  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...  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...  More