Campus Construction

Recent Articles

Melissa Ezarik
September, 2015
The 34,430-square-foot, three-story Convergent Media Center at Capital University in Ohio will create a hub of activity where multiple disciplines can intersect.

Under construction on the site of a circa-1905 gymnasium, the 34,430-square-foot, three-story Convergent Media Center at Capital University in Ohio will create a hub of activity where multiple disciplines—including communications, electronic media, music and art—can intersect.

Lauren Williams
September, 2015
Green dining: West Side Dining at New York’s Stony Brook University is a 40,000-square-foot, $14.5 million building completed in July 2013. It feeds up to 400 with six dining platforms that function as mini-restaurants—all with green cooking features. Most commercial kitchen hoods operate at 100 percent capacity all day, even during non-cooking periods. But Stony Brook’s automated vent-hood system modulates fans based on the heat load and can result in up to 50 percent energy savings.

Adding green and sustainable elements to facilities during new construction and renovations is no longer an option for colleges and universities—it’s the expectation.

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April, 2013

Automating aspects of technology management can aid colleges and universities in multiple ways, from increased student and professor satisfaction to reduced energy usage and costs. In addition to these benefits, with its resource management software, Texas A&M University has achieved a reduced IT staff size and more effective troubleshooting.