Salt Lake Community College (SLCC) debuted its new Center for Arts and Media (CAM) in early November at South City Campus in Salt Lake City. The new 130,000-square-foot center houses SLCC programs, such as journalism, television broadcast production, music technology, and recording and visual arts, for about 9,000 students.
The new Sue Gratehouse Pope Elementary School recently opened to students of Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District. The district partnered with Houston-based VLK Architects, a firm specializing in the design of educational facilities, to create this first school for the Bridgeland community.
The largest athletic facility redevelopment in collegiate history will soon begin at Texas A&M University with the $450 million Kyle Field Redevelopment Project.
Designed by Populous, headquartered in Kansas City, Mo., the design includes seating capacity for 102,500 spectators, a 20,000-seat increase from the current Kyle Field.
The Recovery School District continues to rebuild education in New Orleans as it renews its three-year contract with Jacobs Engineering and Baton Rouge, La.-headquartered CSRS, to oversee the construction and renovation of public schools.
In the aftermath of a devastating EF-5 twister that killed seven children at a Moore, Okla. elementary school, schools in the nation’s “tornado alley” are looking to establish safer facilities with required storm shelters or safe rooms.