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Teck Acute Care Centre: Improving Healthcare Resiliency

Resilience in the built environment involves reducing, adapting to, and mitigating risks. It refers to designing buildings to absorb the shocks of short-term disruptive events or long-term stresses while delivering optimal facility recovery. 732 more words


Letting Nature Lead Learning

Located in Cupertino, California, the McClellen Ranch Preserve sits on an 18-acre farmstead that dates back to the 1860s.

Home to the city’s environmental education program, the building’s form and color palette connects it to its agrarian heritage and vernacular architecture, while its thoughtful design, outstanding performance and energy efficiency root it firmly in the present. 478 more words

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Renovated Midcentury Modern Eero Saarinen Landmark Hill College House Reopens

Designed by renowned Finnish American architect Eero Saarinen and built in 1960, Hill College House at the University of Pennsylvania has undergone a 15-month, $80 million, LEED Gold-targeted renovation. 555 more words

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Skanska USA's Robert Ward on the Construction Giant's Growing Development Business

As the president and chief executive officer of Skanska USA’s commercial development division, Robert Ward leads the Swedish construction giant’s rapidly growing real estate development business across the United States. 1,926 more words


@CastletonEdu August 25

My daily post theme for 2017 is on Colleges and Universities.

The plan for starting my blog back in 2014 was at the urging of fellow coaching colleagues to share posts on leadership and/or motivation. 270 more words

Universities And Colleges

A Sustainable Engine for Innovation in Philadelphia

A Sustainable Engine for Innovation in Philadelphia

Case Study: The University of Pennsylvania’s Pennovation Center

The University of Pennsylvania’s new Pennovation Center is a rebel, a futurist, a disruptor. 68 more words

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