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.

  • Henderson County Health Sciences Center

    11-7-2018

    Founded at the intersection of health science and education, the Henderson County Health Sciences Center is building bridges between patients, students, and healthcare professionals. The three-story facility provides an enhanced experience for...

  • 21st Century Agricultural Research Facilities will be Designed to Accommodate Fast-Moving Research

    Innovative, Interdisciplinary Buildings will Address “the Grand Challenge of Agriculture.”
    11-7-2018

    To produce more food for more people with fewer resources, due to climate change and population growth, agricultural bioscience research will need to adopt new research models, including interdisciplinary projects and corporate partnerships, to...

  • Reimagining the NICU to Support Couplet and Family Care at Beacon Children’s Hospital

    The Results are Shorter Hospital Stays for Newborns and Higher Patient Satisfaction
    10-31-2018

    The new 39-bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Beacon Children’s Hospital in South Bend, Ind., features enhanced single-family rooms (SFR) and couplet care rooms (CCR), two new room designs that expand clinical functionality and family...

  • Merck’s New Research Buildings Respond to Disruptive Technology, Changing Social Norms

    Open Labs and Offices Promote Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration
    10-24-2018

    The distinctive design characteristics of the tech workplace are spilling over into the scientific research environment. Elements like glass-walled open-plan offices and labs, activity-based spaces, and the embrace of WELL standards are all...

  • From Steel to Software: Repurposing an Industrial Building for Education

    At Lehigh University, Former Mill’s High Bays are Now Home to High Tech
    10-17-2018

    Universities typically build or acquire new academic space sparingly, after long deliberation. When changing economic conditions dropped a whole campus into Lehigh University’s lap, the challenge has been to use that space in ways that support...