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sponsored | | Aug 17, 2022

Driven by Sustainability, Built to Suit Educational Needs

Kawneer offers a comprehensive product portfolio to enhance school efficiency by providing sustainable architecture, natural light and occupant comfort.

GWWO | Aug 17, 2022

Focusing on building envelope design and commissioning

Building envelope design is constantly evolving as new products and assemblies are developed.

GBBN | Aug 15, 2022

IF you build it, will they come? The problem of staff respite in healthcare facilities

Architects and designers have long argued for the value of respite spaces in healthcare facilities.

FMI | Aug 11, 2022

Commercial Energy Efficiency: Finally “In-the-Money!”

By now, many business leaders are out in front of policymakers on prioritizing the energy transition.

sponsored | CENTRIA | Aug 11, 2022

Read Me: West Pearland Library

CENTRIA single-skin Intercept Series and Concept Series panels in a custom color created the welcoming, contemporary exterior imagined for the new West Pearland Library. The solution also brought plenty of long-term performance benefits. 

SRG Partnership | Aug 10, 2022

Increasing the skilled workforce through career technical education

There is a shortage of skilled workers in the United States, a gap that has only gotten wider with the advent of COVID.

Southland Industries | Aug 9, 2022

5 Lean principles of design-build

Simply put, lean is the practice of creating more value with fewer resources. 

LPA | Aug 9, 2022

Designing healthy learning environments

Studies confirm healthy environments can improve learning outcomes and student success. 

SRG Partnership | Aug 8, 2022

Mass timber and net zero design for higher education and lab buildings

When sourced from sustainably managed forests, the use of wood as a replacement for concrete and steel on larger scale construction projects has myriad economic and environmental benefits that have been thoroughly outlined in everything from academic journals to the pages of Newsweek.

Shepley Bulfinch | Aug 8, 2022

The technology balancing act

As our world reopens from COVID isolation, we are entering back into undefined territory – a form of hybrid existence.

GWWO | Aug 5, 2022

A time and a place: Telling American stories through architecture

As the United States enters the year 2026, it will commence celebrating a cycle of Sestercentennials, or 250th anniversaries, of historic and cultural events across the land.

NBBJ | Aug 4, 2022

To reduce disease and fight climate change, design buildings that breathe

Healthy air quality in buildings improves cognitive function and combats the spread of disease, but its implications for carbon reduction are perhaps the most important benefit.

NAC Architecture | Aug 4, 2022

Faculty housing: A powerful recruitment tool for universities

Recruitment is a growing issue for employers located in areas with a diminishing inventory of affordable housing. 

SmithGroup | Aug 3, 2022

Designing learning environments to support the future of equitable health care

While the shortage of rural health care practitioners was a concern before the COVID-19 pandemic, the public health crisis has highlighted the importance of health equity in the United States and the desperate need for practitioners help meet the needs of patients in vulnerable rural communities.



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