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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.
A survey of education facility managers reveals campus access control, site security, and occupant safety are key focus areas.
In Maryland, the Prince George's County Public Schools will tap into a Public-Private Partnership (P3) Concession Agreement to design, build, and maintain six new schools.
The Dallas-based firm commits to donating 3,000 hours to schools in the North Texas area to perform facility assessments of public, charter, and private schools.
An IoT integration partner, SBT Alliance can assist districts in combating the spread of COVID-19 as they are reopening schools, as outlined in the Elementary & Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER) of the U.S. CARES Act.
The Heights, a new secondary school building for Arlington Public Schools, co-locates two progressive education programs — in an eye-catching, functional structure.
Introduced in March 2019, S. 932 aims "To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to provide for the tax-exempt financing of certain government-owned buildings."
Through its Facilities Program Management Business Group, LAN helps K-12 education clients implement all phases of a school bond program.
The Dighton-Rehoboth Regional School District (DRRSD) in Massachusetts is improving facility conditions through a multi-year energy conservation program with Trane.
The company's acoustic solution was customized to reflect an elementary school's ties to the seashore.
In Plantation, FL, INDECT parking guidance sensors and signs, along with tailored software, were recently chosen by the American Heritage School to ease the morning rush.
Once students return to school after the summer, it doesn’t take long for them to stink up school gyms and locker rooms. Here are some tips to help your school keep the “locker room smell” at bay.
Opened in 2013, the university's Albert Sherman Center in Worcester, MA utilizes brazed plate heat exchanger technology.
Intentional design of outdoor spaces provides multiple benefits that can effectively support the organization and the people it employs and serves.
Maryland’s first net zero energy school — Howard County Public Schools' Wilde Lake Middle School — recently opened in Columbia, MD.
This builds upon a partnership forged in 2016 that provided for storage and delivery of bottled water to Flint schools.
HVAC manufacturer releases noise reduction solution for classroom heating and cooling ventilation systems, resulting in fewer distractions.
Next month, the competition will award one higher education institution a $50,000 prize to be used toward a new or existing sustainability project on its campus.
SchoolDude's inaugural Facilities Budget, Staffing and Operations Study surveyed more than 400 K-12 and higher education facilities, maintenance, and operations professionals.
With failing oil-fired boilers and an aging, inefficient heating system, Elm Street School in Gardner, MA, turned to modulating boilers from Weil-McLain to spark energy efficiencies and lower heating costs.
A net zero energy, net zero water, and carbon neutral education center that meets the Living Building Challenge™ has been built on the banks of the Potomac River in Maryland.
Facilities that are E&I members can now purchase Ferguson’s inventory of products, including PVF, plumbing, and facilities maintenance, through a new cooperative purchasing contract.
Working with Schneider Electric, the school district, which serves over 5,100 students from kindergarten through grade 12, has seen its utility costs reduced by 15%, resulting in annual savings of close to $250,000.
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