Driven by rising energy costs, government mandates, long-term cost savings, and simply doing the right thing for future generations, schools are increasingly turning to engineers and architects to move towards net zero energy consumption.
More than 50 school leaders from 16 states traveled to the nation’s capital last week for the first-ever Clean Energy Schools Symposium – a national convening of school decisionmakers who have flipped the switch to clean energy at their schools and are actively inspiring and supporting other schools across the country to do the same.
The U.S. averages 1,333 tornadoes per year with more than half of those occurring between April and June when most universities are still in session. The top five states with the highest number of tornadoes annually include Texas, Kansas, Florida, Oklahoma and Nebraska.
Armstrong World Industries and Awair Inc., a leader in providing total, integrated Indoor Environmental Quality solutions, have partnered in the creation of the Armstrong + Awair IEQ Monitoring Program.
The Wentzville School District has been the fastest-growing school district in Missouri for the past decade, averaging more than 600 new students a year. Demographic data indicates that the number of pre-kindergarten children is expected to increase in the district for at least the next 10 years.
The design of Southern Connecticut State University’s new Health and Human Services building reflects its .prominence as a multi-departmental home for students and faculty from 22 related disciplines and programs.
Award-winning architecture, design, and strategy firm NELSON Worldwide is excited to announce the addition of David Crotty as Regional Practice Leader of the Civic, Community, Justice and Education practice.
Building Enclosure was recently joined by Tish Tablan, Program Director for Solar for All Schools with clean energy non-profit Generation180. Tish sat down with us to talk about the recent “Brighter Future” report that analyzes the progress of the solar movement and shares the success stories of schools that are leading the way.
South Dakota’s largest private university, Augustana University, has made the shift to mixed-grade housing for the 2022-2023 school year with the recent completion of Wagoner Hall designed by St. Louis-based KWK Architects.