Latest Reports

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  • San Diego State University Advances STEM Program with Collaborative Engineering Facility

    Engineering and Interdisciplinary Sciences Complex Expands Capabilities at SDSU
    8-21-2019

    The new Engineering and Interdisciplinary Sciences (EIS) complex at San Diego State University (SDSU) was developed to create a modern hub of STEM-focused lab facilities that will enhance the university’s reputation as a leading research...

  • Applying Passive House Design Principles to Labs and Hospitals

    The Standard Represents Significant Opportunities and Challenges for Lab Buildings
    8-14-2019

    The Passive House building standard is considered the most rigorous, voluntary energy-based design and construction standard in the industry. Consuming 40 to 90 percent less energy than conventional buildings for heating and cooling, Passive...

  • Nova Southeastern University Supports Students’ Changing Needs with Continual Expansion and Innovative Design Strategies

    Construction and Renovation Projects Under Way at Main Campus and Satellite Locations
    8-7-2019

    Educating healthcare professionals in a manner that crosses disciplines and fosters teamwork for the advancement of public health is more than a mission statement for Nova Southeastern University (NSU) in Florida. It is an inherent objective in...

  • Rodent Facilities of the Future: Larger or Smaller?

    Evolving Technology, Advancing Animal Models Will Drive Facility Design Considerations
    7-31-2019

    Exponential growth in the use and development of genetically engineered rodent models during the last several decades has resulted in researchers at many institutions requiring ever-increasing amounts of vivarium space. However, new technologies...

  • Texas A&M Facility Doubles Engineering Capacity for Ambitious Enrollment Plan

    Anticipates Enrolling 25,000 Students by 2025
    7-24-2019

    Texas A&M University is addressing the rising demand for engineers by transforming a traditional 46-year-old academic building into a state-of-the-art facility, where technology is not just an aid, but a driver. The Zachry Engineering...