STEM Schools Look to Grow in New York


(03/06/2013)
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) schools are becoming increasingly popular throughout the country, and New York looks to lead the pack with a recent education plan on the table.

SUNY Building Open for Business in 2014


(10/16/2012)
Business is booming in Farmingdale, N.Y, as the new $26.7 million School of Business at Farmingdale State College part of the State University of New York (SUNY) campuses, has recently broke ground.

Public-Private Partnership Comes to Yonkers


(08/24/2012)
Yonkers Public Schools became the first school district in the nation to begin the possible implementation of a public-private partnership. The $1.7 billion project would allow the school district to rebuild and/or replace aging facilities through renovation, reconstruction or tearing down and completely rebuilding.

Public-Private Partnership Comes to Yonkers


(08/21/2012)
Yonkers Public Schools became the first school distinct in the nation to begin the possible implementation of a public-private partnership.

School District Proceeds with $78 Million Construction Program


(07/25/2012)
After voters approved a $78 million bond issue to finance renovations, expansions and infrastructure improvements for the Riverhead Central School District, BBS Architects, Landscape Architects and Engineers have moved forward with the phased construction program at eight sites.

HOK Selected for $375 Million Project at University of Buffalo


(06/01/2012)
After winning a global design ideas competition, New York-based HOK Architects will design the new University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Science Building on its downtown campus.

Ceiling Collapses in Lido Beach During School Renovation


(04/25/2012)
A ceiling that recently collapsed during construction at Long Beach High School in Lido Beach, N.Y., raised questions about the safety of the school under renovations.

NY School and Community Center Builder selected


(05/17/2011)
Tishman Construction was selected as the construction manager for Harlem Children's Zone's new $100 million Promise Academy Charter School and community center.

Copper Association Awards School Projects


(05/16/2011)
The Copper Development Association and the Canadian Copper & Brass Development Association recently recognized several school facilities in their 2011 North American Copper in Architecture Award.

SUNY Breaks Ground on New Performance Building


(05/02/2011)
The State University of New York at Potsdam held a groundbreaking ceremony for its $41 million performing arts building.