The University of Texas at Arlington (UTA), a Tier I Research University, wanted to develop a barrier suite within its existing vivarium facility.
A fourth-generation utility plant at Stanford University meets 88% of the campus and university hospital’s demand
Instead of creating various rooms for specialty functions, schools are now incorporating educational spaces that can serve many needs.
Colleges and universities across the United States are facing unprecedented challenges related to funding in both operations and capital. It is also becoming more difficult to recruit and retain the best students and faculty as competition increases.
By embracing a truly interdisciplinary environment, we can spur collaborative learning and research across non-traditional disciplines and departments.
Here’s a look at three K12 projects and what makes each of them unique
The Dell Medical School (DMS) District is one of the few districts recognized by Sustainable SITES Initiative.
25-plus years of successful planning and implementation.
The University of Arizona’s Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building (BSPB) fosters collaboration among research scientists, healthcare providers, and private companies.
A historic university building underwent several updates, including to the lighting design