In many ways, a college campus can be much like a city. Bob Reppe relies on decades of urban planning experience as he implements Carnegie Mellon University’s master plan.
Shelton Anderson helped bring innovation and social justice initiatives to CAU, and now he’s ready to build for those who need it most
Former JAG attorney Leonard Burridge hung up his uniform 12 years ago to become the in-house counsel at Weis Builders. The jobs seem worlds apart, but he says one experience prepared him for the next.
The University of Pennsylvania launched the Penn Compact in 2004 with a three-part road map for improvement, and Anne Papageorge is there to make sure the school’s facilities conform to it
The Massachusetts College of Art and Design’s new residence hall, by ADD Inc
The University of Arkansas uses tight summer construction schedules to complete renovations—$175 million worth in 2013—that will keep the institution in the vanguard as its student population grows
With a foothold in the South Florida college market, JWR Construction has mastered the art of campus renovations
A pair of projects show just how Asset Campus Housing is redefining student living
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