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McCarthy Southwest of Phoenix, a division of McCarthy Building Companies Inc., recently promoted Tyler Shupe to project director.

 

Alex Anamos
R&A Architecture + Design welcomes new Studio Director and Senior Architect Alex Anamos, AIA, LEED AP, to the Los Angeles-based firm.


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Two-Sided Whiteboard Unit
Smith System is helping educators maximize their shrinking learning environments with the new Cascade Two-Sided Whiteboard Unit.


 
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Studies have shown that increasing natural light in a building can boost student test scores, reduce patient recovery time, increase employee productivity and improve office atmosphere. 
 
 
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Designing Adaptable Schools for Future Flexibility
Schools should be durable, flexible facilities adaptable to future needs. To meet inevitable changes in programming and student population, districts should collaborate with their architects and planning teams to consider strategies for future flexibility without sacrificing quality.

 
 

 
The back of a napkin may be a famous medium for getting an idea off the ground, but when it comes to early design and pre-construction on multimillion-dollar school and university projects, it just doesn’t cut it. 
 



 
 
NEWS


University of Arizona Continues Work on Biomedical Building
PHOENIX — As construction continues on the $136 million University of Arizona Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building (BSPB) in Phoenix, building occupants are already starting to move into the new space.

Ohio State Board Approves Construction Contracts
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Ohio State University Board of Trustees authorized for the university to enter into construction contracts for several projects this past November. 

National School Boards Association Launches Green Initiative
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — On Jan. 30, the Alexandria-headquartered National School Boards Association (NSBA) kicked off a program aimed at helping school board members take sustainability efforts to the next level.

 

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