Construction

Kolbe Windows in UVA Bavaro Hall

Maintaining Thomas Jefferson's Architectural Vision while meeting LEED® Gold Criteria

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Newly Opened Dejope Residence Hall Offers Swanky Dorm Experience To UW-Madison Students

Andrew Uehling wakes up to a green-blue view, with a carpet of rooftop grass in the foreground and the waves of Lake Mendota in the distance as he looks out the window of his dormitory.

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11 Groups Sue City To Stop Expansion Of NYU

Eleven groups have sued the city for approving a plan to expand New York University's footprint in Greenwich Village, a move that critics say could destroy the historic neighborhood.

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Venue 365

Multiuse facilities let campuses do more: around the clock and with less space and money

Prior to 2011, the sports and events facilities at the University of Mary Washington (Va.) were nothing to write home about. The university’s Dodd Auditorium had a capacity of 1,300 for concerts and other special events, and the Woodard Campus Center gymnasium, which was built in the 1950s, could only seat 500 and couldn’t be used for anything but sporting events.

Living and Learning Residence Hall at Gallaudet University

DeafSpace architectural design elements aid visual communication and help reduce eye strain and fatigue for deaf and hard of hearing people. A new Living and Learning Residence Hall, dubbed LLRH6, is the second construction project  incorporating DeafSpace at Gallaudet University (D.C.).

U. Of Utah Construction Boom Hits Edge Of Crowded Campus

Campus life » Honors building marks return of housing to lower campus, wave of student-centered projects.

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University Of Washington Adds Housing With Big Building Boom

The UW is spending about $200 million to build new residence halls and apartments, with an eye to getting more students to live on campus.

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University Of Mary Announces $40M Expansion Plan

University of Mary's president has announced a $40 million grown campaign for the private Catholic school in Bismarck.

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