Campus Construction

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Keeping with the building’s contemporary feel, “The Lantern,” a large installation that hangs in the lobby of University Crossing at UMass Lowell uses wooden panels to help reflect light into the building and dampen sound.
1/29/2015
230,000-square-foot facility brings together all offices involved in student success
The Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan has a variety of interactive learning and study areas built around a Winter Garden. The space can be used for galas, corporate presentations, guest speakers and alumni events. Completed in 2009 for $125 million, the facility also houses a fitness center and a café. Designer: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (New York, N.Y.);  Structural engineer: Thornton Tomasetti (New York, N.Y.); Mechanical and electrical engineer: Cosentini Associates (New York, N.Y.
1/23/2015
Active 24/7, b-school buildings are often a campus within a campus and tend to be the envy of educators in other departments
More than two thirds of administrators surveyed say they expect to start or complete a major renovation project in 2015. (Click to enlarge)
12/24/2014
Shifts in enrollment and the labor market having a big impact on campus construction
The R.W. Kern Center at Hampshire College will become the main point of entry onto campus for prospective students.
12/23/2014
Institutions at work on residence halls and business incubators

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