It was Layton Construction’s version of the Big Bang—the implosion of one of Vanderbilt’s four Carmichael Towers in July 2019, an important milestone in the school’s Residential Colleges and West End Neighborhood Improvement project. Since then, Layton has made significant...Read More
Home to one of the top planetary science programs in the United States, Florida State University’s earth, ocean, and atmospheric science (EOAS) department performs cutting-edge research that helps communities around the country prepare for and respond to natural disasters. But...Read More
In 2015, Iona College launched its largest capital campaign in the college’s 80-year history. Known as “Iona Forever,” the effort is helping the college create a modern learning environment that fosters innovation and collaboration.
In just three years, the school raised...Read More
When students don’t return to campus, what happens to the buildings? Here facilities executives from three higher education institutions shed light on how COVID-19 has affected the physical campus and their predictions on what’s to come.
Experts Anne Papageorge, Vice President...Read More
Every two years the student government at the University of Florida polls students on what the university can do to improve. And every year, students responded they needed more locations to study on campus.
That’s when the first seeds of the...Read More
Trinity College Dublin was founded in 1592—nearly 500 years ago. Needless to say, history is integral to the campus and its culture. At the same time, the college is one of Ireland’s most prestigious and progressive and has made it...Read More
When it comes to engineering and science education and research, Manhattan College offers some of the top programs in the country. But as work styles continue to evolve, staff and students needed the school's facilities to better reflect the way...Read More
Since 1848, the students at Sacred Heart Greenwich in Connecticut have committed themselves to a history of excellence, as students and community leaders. That commitment extends to athletics, too, where an age-appropriate approach to wellness and fitness carries on from...Read More
John Hickey, LEED® AP, has joined Structure Tone’s Boston office as vice president of sector development. A veteran in the construction industry, John brings over 25 years of experience with some of Boston’s most well-respected construction management firms.
As VP of...Read More