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Photo: Geo Swan via Wikimedia Commons
on January 02,2015

Construction consultant FMI foresees—with some caveats—continuing growth in the office, lodging, and manufacturing sectors. But funding uncertainties raise red flags in education and healthcare.

Renderings courtesy Herzog & De Meuron
on November 10,2014

The library’s new home will be a completely new building in Jerusalem, and will combine the functions of a central research center, a venue for indoor and outdoor cultural and educational activities, and a place for digital experience.

Photo: Conrad Nutschan via Wikimedia Commons
on October 16,2014

Public libraries will avoid being relegated to the scrap heap of history in a digital age as long as they continue to serve as platforms for learning, creativity, and innovation that strengthen their communities, according to a new Aspen Institute report.

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