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.
 

New San Mateo Jail Debuts


(04/20/2016)
San Mateo County’s new $165 million jail facility, the Maple Street Correctional Facility, is now open for business. County officials, including Sheriff Greg Munks, hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony on March 2, and the first inmates were transferred on March 19
 

Biola University Breaks Ground on New Science Building


(04/20/2016)
Construction broke ground on the new 91,000-square-foot Alton and Lydia Lim Center for Science, Technology and Health at Biola University in La Mirada on March 22.
 

San Mateo High School Project Wins Modernization Award


(04/05/2016)
Santa Rosa, Calif.-based Quattrocchi Kwok Architects (QKA) was recently honored with the Leroy F. Greene Design and Planning Award — as well as an Award of Excellence in the Modernization category — for its San Mateo High School Old Brick Studio project, completed for the San Mateo Union High School District (SMUHSD) in August 2015.
 

University of Cincinnati Glass House Earns AIA Award


(04/05/2016)
The University of Cincinnati’s Glass House, Morgens Hall, recently earned a 2015 American Institute of Architects (AIA) of Ohio Award.
 

Granger Construction Receives 2015 Build Michigan Award


(03/30/2016)
Construction on the new 622-bed Muskegon County Jail in Muskegon was completed in August.
 

Columbus Regional Hospital Creates Efficient Emergency Department


(03/30/2016)
Columbus Regional Hospital is creating an emergency department that will not only focus on expanding and updating the facility, but also wayfinding for patients and staff.
 

New San Mateo Jail to See First Inmates March 19


(03/23/2016)
San Mateo County’s new $165 million jail facility, the Maple Street Correctional Facility, will soon be open for business. County officials, including Sheriff Greg Munks, hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony March 2 and the first inmates will be transferred on March 19.
 

Harvard’s Tozzer Anthropology Building Earns LEED Gold


(03/23/2016)
Almost two years after its May 2014 debut, Harvard University’s Tozzer Anthropology Building in Cambridge earned LEED Gold certification.