This collaborative study underscores the importance of providing technical guidance and practical implementation strategies for improving IAQ in schools.
Sustainability, collaborative space, and flexibility were primary objectives for construction of a new central Ohio high school.
Opened in 2021, Fales Elementary in Westborough, MA is projected to generate 11.6% more on-site energy annually than required to operate the all-electric school.
A 1,000-seat auditorium featuring an expanded stage and state-of-the-art acoustic system is a focal point of Melissa High School's new complex.
Cintas has revealed the 10 finalists in its nationwide 2022 Custodian of the Year contest. Read their stories and vote for your favorite by April 15.
Improvements including solar photovoltaic arrays, updated controls, LED lighting retrofits and water conservation solutions will reduce usage by approximately 30%.
As Cintas kicks off its ninth annual Custodian of the Year Contest, now is the time to nominate your school's hardworking custodian.
New high school workshop invites passionate students to solve “wicked problems” with whole-systems design thinking, sustainability, and the circular economy.
Here's a quick guide to choosing an air filtration system to successfully minimize viral spread, creating a safer environment for all occupants.
Schools in four communities in the western U.S. will receive technical assistance through a new demonstration program, Schools as Community Cleaner Air and Cooling Centers.
In central Washington, ease of installation, energy savings make LLLC the smart choice for Enumclaw High School.
The Happy Hands dispenser design contest encourages K-12 students to design a custom soap/sanitizer dispenser to promote the importance of handwashing and sanitizing.
According to the National Center for Education Statistics, nearly 50 percent of U.S. school buildings reported having issues with IAQ.
New report reveals massive underinvestment in education facilities, identifies solutions to achieve healthier, more sustainable elementary and secondary schools.
The project team for this education campus outside of Sacramento, CA collaborated to reduce the budget by $5 million, despite challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Upgrades and modifications to enhance IAQ are critical, and funding from COVID-19 relief bills can help school facilities teams make them happen.
The impact of retirement on school facility teams can be tempered when building information is easily available to multiple parties, including newcomers, administrators, teachers, and staff members.
Findings show majority of schools have acted during the pandemic to address indoor air quality, while citing outdated infrastructure and high costs as key challenges.
The K-12 public school district found a safe, reliable, expandable, energy saving power solution in Digital Electricity™ technology from VoltServer.
Indoor air quality, ventilation and filtration verification, and infection control program helps enhance student, teacher, and staff safety.