Courtesy KWK Architects
February 09, 2018 | David Malone, Associate Editor
The project was designed by KWK Architects.
Rendering courtesy G70
January 24, 2018 | David Malone, Associate Editor
G70 is the architect, planner, and civil engineer of record for the project.
Photo: Catalina Ayubi
January 23, 2018 | David Malone, Associate Editor
The new space has been dubbed ‘Tribe.’
The circle-in-the-round classroom in The Spark. Photo: Benjamin Benschneider
January 19, 2018 | David Malone, Associate Editor
The circle-in-the-round classroom can accommodate 275 students.
Rendering courtesy of SCB
January 18, 2018 | David Malone, Associate Editor
Solomon Cordwell Buenz (SCB) designed the facility.
January 09, 2018 | David Barista, Editorial Director
While the district’s vertical living lifestyle is geared for young singles and empty nesters, Cit... read more
Rendering courtesy Leo A Daly
January 08, 2018 | David Malone, Associate Editor
The $25.3 million project is currently under construction on the Winona State University campus....
A view from the east wing of Columbia University's new Center for Precision Dental Medicine, which is embedded within Columbia's medical school. Image: (c) Jeff Goldberg
January 06, 2018 | John Caulfield, Senior Editor
The facility, which nests at “the core” of the university’s Medical Center, relies heavily on tec... read more
Edward Caruso Photography
January 02, 2018 | David Malone, Associate Editor
The 80-acre campus is located in Mount Laurel, N.J.
The afterschool program in the new clubhouse attracts children whose grandparents once attended PS 186. The Boys & Girls Club of Harlem partnered with Alembic Community Development and Monadnock Development on the $45.4 million project. Photo: David Sundberg / ESTO.
November 13, 2017 | Robert Cassidy, Executive Editor
Word that PS 186 might be demolished brought out the preservationists, whose letter-writing campa... read more
The Alexandria Center for Life Sciences, in the Gramercy section of Manhattan's East Side, has two towers with a total of 729,000 sf that are completely leased. Zoning changes are making it easier for life sciences companies to build lab and research space in New York City. Image: Alexandria Real Estate Equities
September 12, 2017 | John Caulfield, Senior Editor
A new Transwestern report highlights favorable market and regulatory changes.
Courtesy of Montclair State University.
August 03, 2017 | David Malone, Associate Editor
CannonDesign designed the facility, which features a 197-seat presentation hall and various contr... read more
Rendering courtesy of Spector Group
July 26, 2017 | David Malone, Associate Editor
The center will serve as a regional training center for all Nassau County Police personnel.
A “financial lab,” encased within glass walls, is one of the newest features in the renovation of St. John's University's business school. Image: Shawmut Design and Construction
July 24, 2017 | John Caulfield, Senior Editor
A nearly 40-year-old space is opened up and modernized.
Exterior of the Silber Center, designed by Ziger/Snead Architects.
July 14, 2017 | Rob Cassidy, Executive Editor
Students learn environmental skills, natural resource management, urban agriculture, and water qu... read more
July 14, 2017 | David Malone, Associate Editor
The observatory’s pattern of lock-seamed zinc cladding alternates between the irregular site topo... read more
Rendering courtesy of B+H + mcCallumSather
June 28, 2017 | David Malone, Associate Editor
The project’s net-zero goals led to the development of a new curtain wall system.
Rendering courtesy EFFEKT.
June 15, 2017 | David Malone, Associate Editor
A 600-meter treetop path culminates with a 45-meter-tall spiraling observation deck.
The robotics labs at the 71,000-sf John J. Bowen Center for Science and Innovation, on the Providence, R.I., campus of Johnson & Wales University. This STEM building provides teaching labs and support spaces for engineering, biology, physics, chemistry, and organic chemistry. Photo courtesy John Horner.
June 07, 2017 | John Caulfield, Senior Editor
Preparing students for life after graduation has become the primary motivator behind construction... read more
June 06, 2017 | John Caulfield, Senior Editor
Colleges and universities are adept at tapping a variety of sources—taxpayers, investors, donors,... read more
June 05, 2017 | David Malone, Associate Editor
A “learning stair” will connect the cafeteria to the main level.
LaGuardia Community College in Queens, N.Y., has added 21,000 sf to its campus's library space, which includes a 74% increase in its seating capacity. Image: Ola Photography.
May 16, 2017 | John Caulfield, Senior Editor
Wired seating and group work areas abound.
Rendering courtesy LMN Architects
May 01, 2017 | David Malone, Associate Editor
The building will provide 74,289 sf of space across its five-story classroom bar.
Photo: © Albert Vecerka / Esto
April 26, 2017 | David Malone, Associate Editor
The building brings the architecture, landscape architecture, and building technology departments... read more
Rendering courtesy of BIG
March 29, 2017 | David Malone, Associate Editor
The new habitat will sit between two existing buildings, including the Elephant House designed by... read more
A rendering of the 42,500-sf, $29 million Innovation and Discovery Center at Ursinus College in Collegeville, Pa., which broke ground last October. Kinsley Construction is the GC on the project, designed by Ellenzweig. Last year, spending on education construction spending rose nationally by 6.5% to $88.9 billion. And a new survey of preK-12 school districts and colleges finds strong construction and renovation activities underway this year. The Ursinus project should be completed in time for the fall 2018 semester. Image: Ellenzweig
February 26, 2017 | John Caulfield, Senior Editor
Surveys of school districts and colleges, though, raise questions about financing for future proj... read more
An aerial view of the Susan B. Anthony School in Daly City, Calif., one of the signature projects of Deems Lewis McKinley, which specializes in K-12 design. Image: DLM
January 19, 2017 | John Caulfield, Senior Editor
The combination is expected to bolster HED’s presence in northern California and the K-12 sector....
Goodwill of Greater Washington, D.C. converted a basement into the city’s first Excel Center charter high school for adults. The two-level space looks as much like an office as a school. It also includes daycare services. Goodwill intends to open at least five Excel Adult High Schools in D.C. eventually. The Building Team included Little Diversified Architectural Consulting (architect, interior design, branded design and communications), Engenium Group (MEP), HWH Group (GC), and The Erza Group (owner’s project manager). Photo: Tim Buchan
January 17, 2017 | John Caulfield, Senior Editor
A dingy basement in Washington is converted to an office-like learning environment.
Rendering courtesy of StudioAMD
December 14, 2016 | David Malone, Associate Editor
The building has been opposed for years as activists called for the land to become a public park....
The 50,600-sf John J. Sbrega Health and Science Building is highlighted by an atrium that connects labs and serves as a “learning commons.” Achieving zero-net-energy in this building did not impact its $31.5 million construction budget. Image: Courtesy of Bond
December 13, 2016 | John Caulfield, Senior Editor
Bristol Community College wants to be carbon neutral by 2050.