Fitchburg State University Dedicates Science Complex


(05/20/2015)
Fitchburg State University recently dedicated its new $57 million, LEED Silver Antonucci Science Complex, which provides laboratory, research and classroom facilities in a single location.

C.W. Driver Faces Tight Schedule with Irvine Project

By Jessie Fetterling
(05/08/2015)
C.W. Driver, with offices in Irvine, is in the process of constructing Por-tola High School, Irvine Unified School District’s (IUSD) fifth comprehensive high school. The main challenge of the project is its fast construction schedule, which involves completing the 16-building campus in 22 months in time for an August 2016 opening.

The Bonita Center for the Arts Takes Center Stage

By Jessie Fetterling
(05/20/2015)
The Bonita Unified School District has long wished for a performing arts venue that would stand as a landmark not only for the district’s 13 schools, but also for the community as a whole. That wish came true this past fall.

New Homestead High Addition Improves Connectivity

By Lindsey Coulter
(05/12/2015)
Students, staff, district officials, parents and project team members gathered last month for the unveiling of Homestead High School’s new student quad in Cupertino. The ribbon-cutting event offered those gathered a first glimpse at the new quad, which includes a cafeteria building, three new science classrooms and repurposed outdoor spaces.

UCSD’s New Dining Concept Incorporates Interactivity

By Jessie Fetterling
(05/05/2015)
The University of California San Diego (UCSD) debuted its latest student dining facility at Revelle College last December to keep up with the evolution of student dining trends. Today’s students want healthier food choices and a more interactive food experience. As such, locally based Studio E Architects designed the $12.1 million 64 degrees dining concept to provide a new kind of dining experience that puts the act of cooking and the natural beauty of food on display.