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Columbia U Contracts EBI for New Building

Columbia U Contracts EBI for New Building

| February 14, 2019

New York City – Columbia University contracted EBI Consulting for commissioning of its new University Forum Building located in Manhattan. This new multipurpose venue consists of an auditorium, meeting rooms, catered and grab-and-go food service, and over 30 faculty and support offices. The structure will foster community activity and growth as the gateway to Columbia […]

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Design and Innovation Center Launched in R.I.

Design and Innovation Center Launched in R.I.

| February 13, 2019

Providence, RI – Governor Gina M. Raimondo recently joined Infosys to launch the company’s new Design and Innovation Center in Providence. The governor and Infosys also announced a new partnership with the Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI) to create the Digital Economy Aspirations Lab (DEAL) to develop educational programming that helps prepare students for […]

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A Letter from Mike Moss, President of SCUP

A Letter from Mike Moss, President of SCUP

| February 11, 2019

Communication. Impact. Sustainability. Integrated planning, an approach that considers holistically all stakeholders and entities which enable the delivery of the academic mission, is successful with open communication and a community committed to sustainability. The ultimate result is impact and the transformation of an institution’s planning culture beyond the current tenure of the administration and faculty […]

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A Letter from John Fogarty, Regional Chair of North Atlantic SCUP Regional Council

A Letter from John Fogarty, Regional Chair of North Atlantic SCUP Regional Council

| February 11, 2019

This year, the 2019 SCUP North Atlantic Regional Conference (March 10-12) is visiting Rochester, N.Y., where we will explore firsthand how college and university campuses have been the catalysts in rejuvenating and transforming failing industrial cities and communities. In the 19th century, the easy transportation offered by the Erie Canal and the railroads created a […]

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HED & SLAM Reveal Design of U-M Central Campus Classroom Bldg.

HED & SLAM Reveal Design of U-M Central Campus Classroom Bldg.

| February 8, 2019

Ann Arbor, MI – Harley Ellis Devereaux (HED), architect of record, and The S/L/A/M Collaborative, design architect, recently unveiled the design of the new Central Campus Classroom Building and adjacent renovation to the 135,000sf historic Alexander G. Ruthven Building at the University of Michigan. The project is scheduled for construction completion in the fall of […]

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WPI’s Innovation Studio & Residence Hall Completed

WPI’s Innovation Studio & Residence Hall Completed

| January 29, 2019

Worcester, MA – Shawmut Design and Construction, a national construction management firm, announced the completion of Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s (WPI) Foisie Innovation Studio and Messenger Residence Hall. The ambitious 78,000sf, $47.7 million ground-up building opened its doors in fall 2018, after breaking ground in May 2016. Developed in partnership with architectural firm Gensler, the new five-story, […]

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UMass Amherst Chiller Plant Completed

UMass Amherst Chiller Plant Completed

| January 18, 2019

Amherst, MA – Leers Weinzapfel Associates announced they have completed the new 10,592sf chiller plant at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. A component of the university’s 2012 Campus Master Plan, it will increase the reliability and capacity of chilled water service throughout its growing north campus core by reimagining the existing regional plant it replaces. The North Chiller […]

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Dimeo Underway on Gallery Reno

Dimeo Underway on Gallery Reno

| January 16, 2019

Boston – Dimeo is underway with Phase 2 of the Massachusetts College of Art & Design Bakalar and Paine Galleries renovation project in Boston, designed by designLAB architects. The work is primarily focused on the interior renovation of the gallery-affiliated spaces and the completion of the plaza initiated in Phase 1. Interior work includes extensive […]

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CTA Tops Off Lexington Preschool

CTA Tops Off Lexington Preschool

| January 16, 2019

Lexington, MA – CTA Construction Managers celebrated the topping off of the new $10.4 million Lexington Children’s Place project. The topping off of the final steel beam marks the end of the structural phase of the project. The architect is DiNisco Design, Inc., and the owner’s project manager is Construction Monitoring Services. Lexington Children’s Place […]

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