Central Michigan University Adds Green Roof to Bioscience Building


(07/26/2016)
Central Michigan University in Mt. Pleasant recently completed the installation of a new 6,700-square-foot green roof on its new, soon-to-be-completed Biosciences Building, where students and staff will conduct both health and environmental research.
 

The Gold Standard in Program Management: Part 2

By Christopher S. Dunlavey, FAIA
(07/19/2016)
Across the nation, school districts from big cities to outer suburbs face massive and growing needs for capital investment in their facilities. To varying degrees, they are recognizing and responding to these concerns by planning for bond issues, applying for state funding and developing facility master plans. Most districts are only partly aware, however, of the scale and complexity of the challenges they face in implementing these programs successfully.
 

University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point to Build Science Building


(07/26/2016)
University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (UWSP) is targeting a 2018 completion for its new $75 million chemistry biology building after breaking ground on May 5.
 

University of Louisville Building Pediatric Center


(07/19/2016)
The University of Louisville (UofL) Foundation began construction on a new, 170,000-square-foot pediatric medical office building on July 18. An official groundbreaking ceremony for the project will be held later this fall, according to a statement.
 

The Gold Standard in Program Management: Part 1

By Christopher S. Dunlavey
(06/30/2016)
Across the nation, school districts from big cities to outer suburbs face massive and growing needs for capital investment in their facilities. To varying degrees, they are recognizing and responding to these concerns by planning for bond issues, applying for state funding and developing facility master plans. Most districts are only partly aware, however, of the scale and complexity of the challenges they face in implementing these programs successfully.