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Missouri’s Drury University Breaks Ground on Stellar Academic Hub

 

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.—At a time when many higher-education capital projects are on hold, Missouri’s Drury University offered some hopeful progress on October 29, when university leaders broke ground on the growing institution’s first new academic building in two decades.

 
 
 

Ontario Invests $550 Million to Build and Upgrade Schools

TORONTO— The Ontario provincial government recently announced it is investing
$550 million to build 20 new schools and eight permanent school additions across the province in 2020-21.

 
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UConn Finalizes $13.9M Utility Plant Project
STORRS, Ct.—Work is now complete on the Central Utility Plant (CUP) project for the University of Connecticut (UConn) in Storrs.
 

Cal Poly’s New Dining Complex Debuts with Seven Venues

SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif.—Cal Poly has opened its newest dining venue, a $39 million complex that will feed the campus community for decades and help reduce the university’s carbon footprint.

University of Minnesota Completes $83M Health Sciences Venue

MINNEAPOLIS—The Health Sciences Education Center at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities is now complete.

 
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Laura Flannery Sachtleben
 
Stantec, a global integrated design firm, has announced the promotion of Laura Flannery Sachtleben to lead the education and science & technology sectors. 
 
 
 
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Leo Ray-Lynch
 
National architecture and design firm HMC Architects recently announced that Leo Ray-Lynch, AIA, NOMA, has joined the firm’s PreK-12 practice. 
 
 
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Foldable Auditorium Seat
 
Quinette Gallay, one of the world’s leading developers and manufacturers of high-end seating solutions for performing art centers, auditoriums and cinemas, recently announced that it is offering a new space-efficient product – a foldable auditorium seat that takes up as little as 6.5” when closed.
 
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Temporary Productivity Space
 
The fall 2020 semester has shown that schooling-at-home/virtual learning may be a long-term reality for many.
 
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