PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
Kurt Haapala AIA, LEEP AP, has been named principal at Mahlum.
Recently named director of project development for the northern region of Heery International, Jeffrey Nicholas will lend extensive knowledge and experience to project delivery and business development activities for the firm.
Campus Street Lamps
Luminaire styles from ANTIQUE Street Lamps are now available with an engineered LED system for improved energy savings and extended life.
Commercial Coated Glass System
PPG introduces its new Sungate 600 glass, a passive, low-emissivity glass that’s designed to help buildings retain furnace and solar heat, ideal for environments in cold climates.
States Search for Higher Education Funding Solutions
WASHINGTON — Education funding has become a major topic in the presidential race, with both sides promising to preserve or even increase the resources dedicated to the cause, while budgeting to address the federal deficit.
Cell Phones May Soon be Incorporated in the Classroom
TUPELO, Miss. — It is a common rule in classrooms — no cell phones allowed, but now school officials are saying that could all be history soon.
High School Receives PRIME Funding to Support Curriculum
WESTFIELD, Mass. — Westfield Vocational Technical High School in Westfield, Mass., is being recognized and rewarded for its curriculum and innovative programs by the SME Education Foundation, through its Partnership Response in Manufacturing (PRIME) program.
Wireless Network Connects Students in Rural Colorado
LOVELAND, Colo. — A rural Colorado school district recently implemented a unique solution to improve its wireless access and keep its students connected to the rest of the world.
Retired Air Force Base Finds New Life with Community College
SAN MATEO, Calif. — The Foothill-De Anza Community College District took a big step in its effort to build a new education center in Sunnyvale, Calif. when it selected C.W. Driver as the general contractor for the construction project..
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