Missouri State Undergoes 20 Construction Projects


(06/23/2015)
More than 20 major construction projects are underway to improve the Missouri State University (MSU) campus in Springfield. In the past three years, the school has seen a number of major improvements, including those made to its athletic and recreation facilities completed last year, and this summer is no different.

Microsoft Donates $10 Million to University of Washington Project


(06/23/2015)
Microsoft, headquartered in Redmond, Wash., recently donated $10 million to the development of the new University of Washington (UW) Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) building in Seattle, with hopes that the facility will help to double the number of computer science and engineering degrees awarded by the university annually.

Arizona State Hits Law College Construction Milestone


(06/16/2015)
Nearly a year after Arizona State University (ASU) in Phoenix beginning construction on its new Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law and Arizona Center for Law and Society building, the campus community gathered again to mark the project’s topping out.

Bryant University Expands U.S. Campus, Global Reach


(06/02/2015)
Bryant University hosted a groundbreaking ceremony on May 15 marking the beginning of Bryant Builds, the largest and most transformative facilities initiative in the university’s history.

Fitchburg State University Dedicates Science Complex


(05/20/2015)
Fitchburg State University recently dedicated its new $57 million, LEED Silver Antonucci Science Complex, which provides laboratory, research and classroom facilities in a single location.

University of Tennessee Music Building Earns LEED Silver


(05/05/2015)
The $40 million, state-of-the-art Natalie L. Haslam Music Center recently became the latest University of Tennessee (UT) facility to earn LEED designation. This latest certification brings the Knoxville-based university’s LEED tally to six buildings, while the soon-to-be-completed Joint Institute for Advanced Materials is expected to achieve LEED Gold.

CO Architects Take on UT Austin Master Plan

By Lindsey Coulter
(04/15/2015)
Texas — The University of Texas Austin (UT Austin) campus is an historic site full of historic buildings. Though the original 40-acre campus has been expanded over the years, the university developed a well-intentioned master plan and building guidelines that would help preserve the character and integrity of its 1930s-era structures.

Oregon State University Targets Construction Safety


(04/15/2015)
The College of Engineering at Oregon State University (OSU) in Corvallis is developing a facility geared toward improving safety for both construction workers and the general public.

University of Arkansas Builds Up Athletics, Academics

By Lindsey Coulter
(03/26/2015)
A new building designed to support the University of Arkansas’ 460 student athletes will soon debut on the school’s Fayetteville campus. The new 55,000-square-foot Student Athlete Success Center will balance academic support spaces with facilities to help improve students’ health and athletic performance.

The New School to Consolidate Arts Programs

By Lindsey Coulter
(03/25/2015)
New York’s renowned university, The New School, is strengthening its performing arts programs and capacity with an extensive renovation to its 105,000-square-foot Arnhold Building, located in Manhattan. The move will help consolidate The New School’s currently far-flung campus and bring several performing arts programs under one roof.