With now over 50 data centres across the globe, CyrusOne knows what it takes to design, build, and operate mission-critical facilities. They frame their philosophy around three main principles: lowering capital and operating expenses for their clients, reducing risk through redundancy,...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
The mission is simple: To support overburdened teachers and connect caring adults with underserved students who need help developing their writing skills. Since 826 Valencia was formed in 2002, that mission has evolved into creating fun, quirky-themed, brick-and-mortar tutoring, and...Read More
After spending their early years in a 15,000sf space at 150 Broadway, wedding start-up Zola knew it was only a matter of time until their modest NYC digs could no longer accommodate their expanding team. So, in 2019 the company...Read More
In the 1970s, as we started to tighten building envelopes in response to energy efficiency demands, tenants started to report nonspecific symptoms—headaches, dizziness, nausea, eye, nose, or throat irritation, allergies, increased asthma attacks, and even personality changes. The media called...Read More
As COVID-19 cases in the US continued to climb earlier this year, construction firms in hot spots like New York City knew it was only a matter of time before jobsites were shut down. But for some contractors, that call...Read More
COVID-19 impacted all facets of construction. But perhaps the first area to feel the effects was the supply chain and the preconstruction work associated with it. Here David Hamilton, vice president of purchasing at Structure Tone, explains this ripple effect...Read More
"In our decades of doing business, we thought we’d seen just about everything—from natural disasters to recessions, to terrorist attacks. But COVID-19 has been like nothing we’ve seen before. Innovation has been critical to helping us, our clients, and our...Read More
With 24-hour news coverage, social media at our fingertips, and circumstances changing by the hour, it’s easy to get wrapped up in the “bad” of the COVID-19 pandemic. But moments of crisis also bring opportunities to show up for the...Read More