Rhode Island Universities Break Ground on Nursing School

The presidents of three Rhode Island universities — alongside a number of political, educational, design and construction representatives — broke ground Dec. 15 on the new Rhode Island Nursing Education Center.

University of Wisconsin Selects Science Facility Design Team

University of Wisconsin La Crosse leaders have selected the collaborative of SmithGroupJJR, headquartered in Detroit, and local partner River Architects of La Crosse to design the university’s new $82 million instructional science facility.

Vaughn College Completes $40 Million Renovation

Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology recently completed a sweeping, multi-phased expansion and renovation that introduced a number of modern upgrades to the more than 70-year-old campus.

Syracuse Law School Moves into New Home

Syracuse University celebrated the grand opening of Dineen Hall in September, marking a new era for the school’s College of Law.

Duke to Revamp Wallace Wade Stadium

The Duke University Board of Trustees recently approved a series of upgrades to the school’s 85-year-old Wallace Wade Stadium.

Clayton State Marks Construction Milestone

Clayton State University (CSU), a unit of the University System of Georgia, recently celebrated the topping out of the campus’ new Science Building.

University of Arizona Finds Innovative Way to Expand McClelland Hall

The University of Arizona has announced its selection of GLHN Architects & Engineers, Inc. of Tucson and national design firm Gould Evans to complete a $3 million addition to McClelland Hall.

CMU Celebrates Bioscience Building Groundbreaking

At $95 million, Central Michigan University’s (CMU) new state-of-the-art Biosciences Building in Mt. Pleasant is an investment in both the school’s future and the future of modern science and medicine. With unique facilities to support Alzheimer’s research to preserving the Great Lakes, the facility may very well be the catalyst for breakthroughs across the scientific spectrum.

Acquisition to Reestablish Sports Design Powerhouse

Global design, architecture, engineering and planning firm HOK, headquartered in St. Louis, recently acquired sports, athletics and recreation design firm 360 Architecture of Kansas City. Expected to be finalized by the end of October, the acquisition aims to reestablish HOK as a sports and recreation design leader and will give the firm a greater presence in the region.

USC Kicks Off Community-Minded Expansion

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.