Facility Upgrades Equal Energy Savings at MSU


(06/26/2015)
Montana State University (MSU) recently announced that its first energy savings performance contract (ESPC) has exceeded its projected energy savings by more than 15 percent.

Missouri State Undergoes 20 Construction Projects


(06/23/2015)
More than 20 major construction projects are underway to improve the Missouri State University (MSU) campus in Springfield. In the past three years, the school has seen a number of major improvements, including those made to its athletic and recreation facilities completed last year, and this summer is no different.

Arizona State Hits Law College Construction Milestone


(06/16/2015)
Nearly a year after Arizona State University (ASU) in Phoenix beginning construction on its new Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law and Arizona Center for Law and Society building, the campus community gathered again to mark the project’s topping out.

TCU Opens Dining Hall in Worth Hills Village


(06/02/2015)
Tulsa, Okla.-based KSQ Architects continues to expand sustainable design on the Texas Christian University (TCU) campus in Fort Worth. The now-open Multipurpose Dining Hall is the fourth building in the three-phase Worth Hills Village project and the fourth KSQ project in development to receive LEED Gold certification.

State Matches Donors for $20 Million MU Business Facility


(05/20/2015)
A new $20 million facility for the University of Missouri’s College of Business is expected to “take education beyond the lecture hall,” according to an article by the Columbia Tribune.

Wyoming Receives School Facilities Management Award


(05/05/2015)
The Cheyenne-based Wyoming School Facilities Department (SFD) was recently honored with the prestigious AssetWorld Achievement Award for innovative use of facilities management technologies.

Texas Campuses Advocate for $3.1 Billion Construction Bond


(04/29/2015)
In early April, the Texas House of Representatives approved the authorization of a $3.1 billion bond package in a 131 to 13 vote that would support construction on college campuses.

CO Architects Take on UT Austin Master Plan

By Lindsey Coulter
(04/15/2015)
Texas — The University of Texas Austin (UT Austin) campus is an historic site full of historic buildings. Though the original 40-acre campus has been expanded over the years, the university developed a well-intentioned master plan and building guidelines that would help preserve the character and integrity of its 1930s-era structures.

Sloan Helps New Orleans School Go Green

By Mike Gipson
(04/08/2015)
New Orleans’ Benjamin Franklin High School, a selective charter school adjacent to the University of New Orleans, is known for its educational excellence and national ranking. However, the achievements of Franklin students are not limited to the classroom.

University of Arkansas Builds Up Athletics, Academics

By Lindsey Coulter
(03/26/2015)
A new building designed to support the University of Arkansas’ 460 student athletes will soon debut on the school’s Fayetteville campus. The new 55,000-square-foot Student Athlete Success Center will balance academic support spaces with facilities to help improve students’ health and athletic performance.