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Vecna Technologies, parent company of Cambridge, Mass.-based VGo Communications, has selected Dwight Moore as VGo’s new CEO.

 

Jack Chin
Quinn Evans Architects announced that Jack Chin, AIA, has joined the firm’s Washington, D.C., office as a senior architect.


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Xavier High School Addition Opens Inside New York Condominium
NEW YORK — Construction on the interior fit-out of Xavier High School’s $11.7 million, six-story Fernandez-Duminuco Hall addition was completed last fall, culminating in a dedication ceremony held on Sept. 15.

 
 

 
MATTHEWS, N.C. — Covenant Day High School in Matthews has designed both its curriculum and its physical structure around the idea that learning happens everywhere — and that no two students learn alike. 
 



 
 
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Plano ISD Names Design Team for New Fine Arts Center
PLANO, Texas — Not one, but two architecture firms were recently named to design the new Plano Independent School District (Plano ISD) Fine Arts Center.

Brown University to Transform Wilson Hall Interior
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — On April 5, Brown University in Providence announced plans to transform the historic, 1890s-era Wilson Hall into a 21st century academic space

Minuteman Regional to Replace 40-Year-Old Technical High School
LEXINGTON, Mass. — A groundbreaking on the new $144.9 million Minuteman Regional High School in Lexington is scheduled for as early as June, and the project is already expected to open one year ahead of schedule.

 

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