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Omaha, Neb.-headquartered HDR recently announced that H. Michael Smith, AIA, LEED AP, has joined the firm as a director for HDR’s Education, Science, Tech (EST) program.

 

Taryn Kinney
K-12 education planner and designer Taryn Kinney, AIA, LEED AP, joined Phoenix-based DLR Group to lead the firm’s Texas K-12 Education practice.


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Lighting Solutions
The OSRAM ZELION HL300 series of fully spectra tunable and dimmable horticulture LED lighting fixtures from OSRAM SYLVANIA became available in mid-July for use in various phases of crop growth.

 

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Fiberglass Panel
Nudo Products Inc., a national wall and ceiling manufacturer headquartered in Springfield, Ill., offers FiberScore FRP, a fiberglass panel that provides a superior visual appearance without the hassle associated with ceramic tile. 
 
 
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Choosing the Right Education Technology to Support Active Learning
TAMPA, Fla. — Providing students with a 21st century education and fostering skills like collaboration and critical thinking is causing a shift away from the traditional classroom.

 
 

 
PITTSBURGH — Construction began Aug. 2 on a student-housing community that will serve the University of Pittsburgh (Pitt) and Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), both of which are located in Pittsburgh.
 




 
 
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5 Phoenix-Area School Construction Projects Greet Returning Students
PHOENIX — With the start of the 2016-17 school year, students at several Phoenix-area schools are heading back to newly constructed buildings, according to The Arizona Republic.

Lake Mills Elementary School Earns Top Sustainability Certification
LAKE MILLS, Wis. — On Aug. 5, Lake Mills Elementary School achieved LEED Platinum certification from the USGBC, the organization’s highest sustainability honor. 

New Texas Elementary Named for Freed Slave, School Founder
DEL VALLE, Texas — More than 125 years after Newton Isaac Collins Sr. first established a school in the area now occupied by the Del Valle Independent School District (DVISD), district leaders have named its newest elementary in his honor.

 

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