CMAA Honors Pre-K Center Project on Staten Island
Before starting any lighting design specifications, several resources must be considered, which will be presented at this session. Engineers also should seek third-party objective sources for information on and comparison of directionality, efficacy and other properties.
There are many educational administrators who are committed to reopening but are uncertain about the best, most cost-effective path to welcoming staff and students back safely.
Electrical rooms and mechanical, electrical and plumbing spaces are often an afterthought when it comes to building design and planning. This lack of preparation can have unfortunate consequences on the cost, operations and flexibility of the electrical systems for the future.
Students and teachers benefit from many engineering technologies in K-12 schools
The five-day learning experience will cover a variety of topics and feature presentations from the industry’s leading experts, all of which will allow registrants to earn continuing education credit.
Four Arup experts weigh in on the cultural, social, and commercial forces that help higher-ed institutions drive ambitious sustainability goals.
The world of higher education has been profoundly impacted by the COVID-19 crisis and is forcing designers and administrators to change their approach.
The answer is maybe, unless experts and educators can help students catch up on STEM and other topics.
COVID-19 has shifted the focus from how best to teach to feasibility and safety issues surrounding teachers and students meeting in person at all. Following CDC guidelines is key.