Tropical Construction Goes Green in Singapore


(05/25/2016)
In downtown Singapore, a newly completed skyscraper is growing green.
 

Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena Features Energy-Efficient Technologies


(05/11/2016)
The new T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas is now one of the world’s most automated and energy-efficient entertainment, sporting and concert venues, as it features custom-designed connected technology solutions from Schneider Electric, a global specialist in energy management and automation.
 

Mixed-Use Development in Boulder Earns LEED Platinum


(05/11/2016)
1738 Pearl Street, a mixed-use property in downtown Boulder designed by Denver real estate investment company Unico Properties, recently achieved LEED Platinum Core and Shell, making it Boulder’s first privately owned LEED Platinum building, according to Unico Sustainability.
 

University of California Merced Continues Green Efforts


(05/11/2016)
The University of California Merced has improved its sustainability rating through the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education’s Sustainability Tracking, Assessment and Rating System (STARS), after a long and rigorous review process, according to University of California Merced.
 

VCU Health Renovation, Expansion Wins National Award


(05/10/2016)
The American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) honored VCU Health in Richmond with a 2016 Vista Award for the renovation and expansion of its emergency department, which was officially completed in August 2013.
 

University of Michigan Library Reopens After Extensive Renovation


(05/10/2016)
The University of Michigan (U-M) William L. Clements Library reopened on April 11 after a more than two-year, $17 million renovation and expansion.
 

National Survey Reveals Correctional Technology Priorities


(05/03/2016)
Dallas-headquartered Securus Technologies — a leading provider of civil and criminal justice technology solutions for public safety, investigation, corrections and monitoring — last week announced the results of a national survey conducted at the company’s state-of-the-art, $1.5 million Technology Center.
 

Construction Begins on University of Findlay Business School


(05/03/2016)
The new Center for Student Life and College of Business at the University of Findlay will marry academic space with recreational space in an effort to engage students on both an educational and personal level.
 

High Altitude Colorado School Earns Honors


(04/26/2016)
Lake County High School in Leadville recently earned its project team a National Excellence in Construction Eagle Award from Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) in the Institutional $10 million to $25 million project category.
 

Children’s National to Construct Healing Garden


(04/26/2016)
Children’s National Medical Center will build its first-ever healing garden on a 7,200-square-foot rooftop space, allowing patients to enjoy the outdoors during their hospital stay.