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Serving the nation's education facilities personnel and architects since 1928.
Serving the nation's education facilities personnel and architects since 1928.

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Robert A.M. Stern Architects, the designer of the project, says the five-story, 240,000-square-foot building will provide space for 5,000 business students. It will include two auditoriums and large classrooms on the lower level; student support services and additional classrooms on the first floor; and a graduate wing and undergraduate classrooms on the second floor.

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Sinking Springs Elementary School in York, Pa., part of Central York School District, is saving $170,000 annually after completing energy-efficiency upgrades

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The University of Bridgeport in Bridgeport, Conn., is planning to build a residence hall to house 220 students.

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In case you missed it: The Mobile County (Ala.) district has broken ground on a new $15 million K-8 School. The 94,000-square-foot two-story red-brick school will have 27 classrooms.

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Two experts on Maker's Spaces say to be wary of relegating the concept to one space in the building.

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A temporary building that has housed the Western Kentucky University’s dining services for the last two years is being demolished.

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The University of Florida and the University Athletic Association announced on Tuesday that they would proceed with a $45 million renovation to the 33-year-old O'Connell Center, beginning in March 2015.

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Salem College held an open house and ceremony on May 13 to dedicate its new student center, the first new building on the Winston-Salem, N.C., campus in 32 years. 

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This summer, Emory University is scheduled to complete construction of its “religion corridor,” a project delayed due to an economic downturn in the middle of the process.

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Schools must find an effective approach to prioritizing projects in a way that eschews guesswork and politics.
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