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Charlotte, Denver, and Milwaukee are among 10 U.S. cities ranked recently by the conservation organization American Forests for having quality...
The Boston Redevelopment Authority board yesterday unanimously approved Suffolk University’s plans to move forward with a new campus building at...
A 60-year old wish for the community of Arcadia has finally come true with the opening of Arcadia Unified School District’s new $20 million...
From 100-foot roof spans to novel reclaimed wood installations, the winners of the 2013 National Wood Design Awards push the envelope in wood...
Designed by BCA Architects, the $76 million, 220,000-ft project encompasses a total of nine buildings.
The complex also includes a new, one-story, multi-purpose building that serves as the main entry port to the athletic facilities.
The Beacon High School will be located in the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood of Manhattan.
Construction for McMahon Dining Hall will be completed in September 2012.
Under this Capital Improvement Program, the Lend Lease team will be responsible for renovation and life safety work at over 100 Chicago Public...
Education project dedicated to teaching sustainability in the classroom.
BCA Architects was selected to update the district's long-range master plan.
Student input on green elements provides learning experience.
Casaccio Yu Architects designed the 11,300-sf fitness and social complex.
16-story will provide new focal point for campus.
Radnor Middle School among the most sustainable schools in the U.S.
The 314-student station elementary school will undergo extensive modernization.
Sustainable materials, operational efficiency, and student engagement create high-performance, healthy environment for life-long learning.
City Year representatives came to Gensler for their assistance in the transformation of the organization’s offices within Orr Academy High School...
The project scope includes a wastewater treatment plant, demolition of the existing high school and extensive athletic fieldwork.
School was the first LEED-certified public school in the state of New York.