Pennsylvania Legislators Urge Voters to Pass School Construction Bill


(09/24/2014)
Pennsylvania legislators continue to fight for a better way to reimburse school construction costs in the state. Rep. Seth Grove of York recently sponsored House Bill 2124, which would help update the PlanCon (or Planning and Construction Workbook) process to be more efficient for schools.

New School Will Reflect Navajo Culture


(09/24/2014)
The new Naschitti Elementary School near Ship Rock, N.M. is on track for a January 2015 opening, making this semester the last Naschitti students will spend in the school’s original building.

Mount Zion School District Undergoes Improvements


(09/17/2014)
More than $19 million in construction projects will take place at Mount Zion School District facilities over the next month.

USC Kicks Off Community-Minded Expansion


(09/17/2014)
Nearly three years after the project was initially approved, the University of Southern California has officially broken ground on an expansive redesign of the USC Village.

Shippensburg University to Replace Heating, Cooling System


(09/03/2014)
In an area where coal has long been the source of energy, Shippensburg University is in the process of upgrading the campus heating and cooling system to a more efficient source of energy — ultimately saving costs upfront and over time.