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on August 11,2010 in Feature
Imagine this scenario: You're planning a $32.9 million project involving 112,000 sf of new construction and renovation work, and your job site is an...
on August 11,2010 in Feature
High Tech High International, reconstructed inside a 1952 Navy metal foundry training facility, incorporates the very latest in teaching technology...
on August 11,2010 in Feature
Over a five-day stretch last December, students at the Carroll School in Lincoln, Mass., witnessed the installation of a modular classroom building...
on August 11,2010 in Feature
Worcester, Mass., is the birthplace of vocational education, beginning with the pioneering efforts of Milton P. Higgins, who opened the Worcester...
on August 11,2010 in Feature
Nestled deep in the Napa Valley, the city of American Canyon is one of a number of new communities in Northern California that have experienced...
on August 11,2010 in Feature
Faced with overcrowded schools and ever-shrinking capital budgets, more and more school districts are turning to the existing building stock for...
on August 11,2010 in Feature
Kingswood School is perhaps the best example of Eliel Saarinen's work in North America. Designed in 1930 by the Finnish-born architect, the building...
on August 11,2010 in Feature
Shouldn’t major financial investments in new schools benefit both the students and the greater community? Conventional wisdom says yes, of course....
on August 11,2010 in Feature
Forty-five percent of the country's elementary, middle, and high schools were built between 1950 and 1969 and will soon reach the end of their...
on August 11,2010 in Feature
In planning the Burr Elementary School in Fairfield, Conn., the school's building committee heeded the words of William Wordsworth: Come forth into...