Tag: Higher Education Facilities
Catawba College in North Carolina is the 13th in the nation and first certified institution in the Southeast to reach Net Zero.
Through a partnership with Ameresco, St. John’s College Santa Fe will receive renewable and energy efficiency upgrades designed to save over $100,000 annually.
New equipment and control systems installed by Ameresco are expected to save the Massachusetts College Of Arts And Design up to $436,385 per year.
The 2022 Loyal E. Horton Awards recognize college campus professionals for innovation in collegiate foodservice dining.
Designed by The Miller Hull Partnership, the facility includes labs, temporary storage, offices, and support space to serve the increased requirements for hazardous material handling on campus.
As part of the state's BuildSmartNY energy efficiency program, the university upgraded its entire medical campus with Starco Lighting products.
The National Association of College & University Food Services (NACUFS) honored individual and organizational members for outstanding service to the association.
In partnership with the Governor's Office of Community Initiatives, the University of Maryland kicked off Native American Indigenous Heritage Month with a ground blessing ceremony.
AASHE Sustainability Awards provide global recognition to the individuals and organizations leading the higher education sustainability movement.
The three new buildings deliver creative design and sustainability advancements to the growing urban university.
A biannual survey by National Association of College & University Food Services examines compensation for 33 positions within collegiate foodservice.
In a partnership with Tucson Electric Power, the campus will obtain all of its grid-based electricity from renewable sources, cutting its greenhouse gas footprint by nearly one-third.
The efficacy of higher education facilities services remains in the spotlight, while budgets tighten.
The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education announced 11 winners and an honorable mention for this year’s annual Sustainability Awards.
University President Robert C. Robbin, along with Campus Reentry Task Force Director Dr. Richard Carmona, 17th U.S. surgeon general, provided an update on progress and procedures aimed at mitigating COVID-19.
With careful planning, residence hall design can balance health concerns while providing a nurturing environment for students.
The University of Oklahoma will install 2,300 antimicrobial devices in residence hall towers on its Norman campus in an effort to provide students the cleanest possible campus living environment.
At Broward College in South Florida, roofing condition assessments drive planning for this building component.
With esports on its way to becoming the next football league to today’s students, and recreational gaming a given, student housing must take both the casual and avid gamer’s needs into consideration in its design.
Close to students and a major roadway, implosion of a Vanderbilt University residence hall required months of careful planning. Watch how it all came down.