Yale’s School of Management Inspires Collaboration

By Jessie Fetterling
(03/11/2014)
Yale University opened the new 230,000-square-foot Edward P. Evans Hall on Jan. 9 for the School of Management. Situated at the northern end of the Yale University campus, the building’s modern design features a stunning glass façade that makes it an architectural landmark for the university. The new hall reflects the School of Management’s new integrated curriculum for business school education, combining teaching facilities with inspiring social spaces.

Science and Engineering Building Underway at Northeastern


(03/05/2014)
Northeastern University recently broke ground on the new $225 million Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Complex (ISEC). University President Joseph E. Aoun and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh joined students, community members, local politicians and members of the design team in marking the occasion.

Enid Public Schools Reaches School Construction Completion


(03/05/2014)
School construction related to Enid Public Schools’ capital improvement project is near completion. Four years ago, voters approved a $99 million bond issue, and nine businesses and individuals gave an additional $3.4 million so that Enid Public Schools could renovate its schools. Atlanta-based Carter and Associates was contracted to assist with strategic master planning of the project and managing the work.

DePaul’s Theatre School Achieves LEED Gold

By Jessie Fetterling
(02/26/2014)
The Theatre School at DePaul University achieved LEED Gold certification earlier this month, becoming Chicago’s first performing arts building to achieve that level of certification. The 165,000-square-foot Theatre School debuted in time for the 2013-2014 school year. The facility has been in development since 2001, but the school had needed a proper facility for decades, said John Culbert, dean of the Theatre School.

Construction Begins on Las Cruces High School


(02/26/2014)
The first phase of renovations to Las Cruces High School is now underway. The $36 million construction project will revitalize numerous facilities across the 60-year-old campus, and include two new structures. Work on the high school, which is one of the state’s most populated, will include the addition of several new parking lots and athletic fields, as well as a new student drop-off/pick-up zone for parents. However, a 156,000-square-foot addition will have the greatest impact on the campus.