The San Diego Continuing Education (CE) program continues to flourish as new campuses develop throughout the city. The program recently welcomed the future César E. Chávez Campus into the Barrio Logan neighborhood with a groundbreaking ceremony on Sept. 25.
The University of Maryland, Baltimore recently broke ground on a $305 million, 10-story biomedical research facility. At nearly 430,000 square feet, the Health Sciences Facility (HSF) III will be the largest building in the history of the university.
The Council of Educational Facility Planners International (CEFPI) held its annual conference and exposition this year in Indianapolis. The theme of the event, which took place Sept. 20-23, was “Raising the Game — A call for Leadership, Creativity and Passion.”
Colorado State University celebrated the grand opening of the Suzanne and Walter Scott, Jr. Bioengineering Building, bringing together various disciplines of biomedical engineering in a high-tech, energy conscious facility.
As the first new school in the district in nearly two decades, the design of Ernest S. McBride Senior High School will bring not only a sustainable state-of-the-art building, but also new methods of education.