Latest Reports

Tradeline's industry reports are a must-read resource for those involved in facilities planning and management. Reports include management case studies, current and in-depth project profiles, and editorials on the latest facilities management issues.

  • Physical Sciences Building

    9-19-2018

    The Physical Sciences Building (PSB) is a new research laboratory for the University of Massachusetts Amherst. The 95,000-gsf facility supports scientific discovery in the fields of materials science, condensed matter and nuclear physics, and...

  • Innovation Hubs and Incubators Drive Academic Research to Commercialization

    Facilities Provide Entrepreneurial Ecosystem, Low-Cost Rent, and Access to Talent
    9-19-2018

    Innovation hubs and incubators are emerging as the best solution to help universities, entrepreneurs, researchers, and students transform their creative ideas into viable commercial ventures. Users want facilities that focus on entrepreneurship,...

  • Choosing Between Renovation and New STEM Construction

    Replacing Outmoded Research and Teaching Facilities: Key Decision Points, Considerations, and Deal Breakers
    9-12-2018

    Determining whether to build a new STEM facility or to renovate an existing building requires weighing multiple factors: budget, project cost and duration, whether the current building has “good bones,” availability of swing space, how the...

  • Bioprocess Innovation Center

    9-5-2018

    The Bioprocess Innovation Center is the new office and research headquarters for FUJIFILM Diosynth Technologies in Research Triangle Park. The three-story facility combines research laboratories and administration into one building and fosters a...

  • New University STEM Facilities Planned with Industry Partnerships in Mind

    Synergy Fosters Career Opportunities for Students, Innovation for Business
    9-5-2018

    Universities and businesses have worked together for decades. Today, changes in funding and in STEM career paths have made those partnerships more attractive than ever—so attractive, in fact, that many institutions are planning new spaces...