UNC Greensboro recently announced that it is moving forward with the construction of a new and sustainable Nursing and Instructional building.Read more
AUSTIN, Texas — Texas universities are anxiously awaiting the governor’s decision on whether a bill that would bring more than $2 billion to Texas university capital projects will go forward in the special session.Read more
AUSTIN, Texas — A charter school reform bill that would increase the cap of charter schools has passed the Texas state legislator and is poised for Governor Rick Perry’s signature into law.Read more
AUSTIN, Texas — Despite a history of avoiding raising taxes, members of the Texas legislature have recently found themselves discussing various options to increase education funding.Read more
ALLEN, Texas — Everything is bigger in Texas, and Allen High School (AHS) serves as a prime example of just how big the state can build — and just how much they can afford to spend. AHS, in Allen, Texas, will unveil its new $60 million stadium in the coming weeks, in time for the first game of the season.Read more
CYPRESS, Texas — VLK Architects beat out three competitors to design a new, $14.4 million elementary school at Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District in Cypress, Texas.Read more
DALLAS — For the 110 years they’ve been around, Lennox has always strived to innovate.
Kicked off with the development of the first riveted steel furnace in 1895, the Dallas-based HVAC manufacturer and distributor continues its innovation goals with the recent announcement of their new solar-powered, renewable energy rooftop unit.
The SunSource commercial energy system rooftop unit requires no changes to a building’s electrical system and the panels do not have to be laid out on any particular grid, according to company officials.Read more
AUSTIN, Texas — After almost 60 years of lobbying, students at the University of Texas Austin campus have access to a new Student Activity Center serving as a social and cultural center on campus.
LUBBOCK, Texas — As a result of significant increases in enrollment, Texas Tech University recently broke ground on a new $45 million, 178,000-square-foot residence hall slated for completion before the fall 2012 semester.
The project was designed by Texas-based BOKA Powell LLC, a full-service architectural design, planning and interior design firm, with Austin Commercial serving as the contractor.Read more