Designing to Fit the Needs of ED Students

By Torrey Sims
Columbus, Ohio-based architecture firm DesignGroup is designing the city’s first public middle/high school designed for emotionally disturbed students.

School Design to Employ Learning Theory

Svigals + Partners, a full service architecture and planning firm, was recently selected to design the new Goodwin College Early Childhood Magnet School, which will employ a theory-based approach to the design.

Grand Opening of Twin Classroom Buildings at Miramar College

A grand opening ceremony took place at San Diego Miramar College to celebrate the school’s new $34.4 million Humanities & Arts and Math & Business buildings.

Trustees Approve $100 Million Campus Master Plan

A new campus master plan approved by the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Board of Trustees will lead to construction of $100 million in new facilities in the next three to seven years.

Q&A: Industry Leaders Discuss State of the Market

By Bryce Hubner
School Construction News recently interviewed executives from industry giants Turner, Gilbane, and McCarthy and discussed the state of the School Construction industry.

Facility of the Month: Loma Linda University

By Sameea Kamal
The 149,000-square-foot, four-level Centennial Complex includes classrooms, labs, exam rooms, faculty offices and an Amphitheater Center with 250-seat and 350-seat theaters for regularly scheduled classes, seminars and programs.

Health Building Uses Nature's Blueprint

By: Sameea Kamal
Construction continues on the city-owned sustainable Health Sciences Education Building in downtown Phoenix.

Hybrid Construction Rebuilds Burned Down Gym

When Fryeburg Academy’s gymnasium burned down, the school needed a fast, low cost reconstruction that would maintain the quality of the school to continue to attract students.

$217 Million Children's Hospital Approved in Iowa

The Children’s Hospital will be 371,600 square feet in new construction and 56,250 square feet in renovated space for a total of 427,850 square feet.

Progress Report: Hall Draws on International Principles

By Sameea Kamal
Even with 38 years of experience, Nels Hall, a principle at Yost Grube Hall Architecture, doesn't take the dyamics of any project for granted.