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St. David’s Medical Center Is Helping More Patients with Their Recent Expansion

St. David's Medical Center Is Helping More Patients with Their Recent Expansion

In order to properly treat their patients, every medical center must have the equipment, space, and personnel that they need on-site. That’s why the St. David’s North Austin Medical Center underwent a recent expansion to provide their patients with the care they need. The project was a massive undertaking, spread out across four concurrent phases… Read more »

Successful Hotel Renovations – Lessons Learned

Hotel renovations are unique in that hotel properties are generally always occupied while the renovation work is being done. This is a fact of life, since shutting down an operating hotel for renovation is seldom an option due to the need to avoid laying off, re-hiring and training sometimes hundreds of employees, not to mention… Read more »

UGA’s Business Learning Community Now Complete After 6 Years

The University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business is one of the most well-known and renowned business programs in the country. It’s why, six years ago, university leaders decided that it was time for a proper community that could foster intellectual growth. UGA’s Business Learning Community will do just that. Completed in July of 2019,… Read more »

See the Nation’s New National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility

See the Nation's New National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility

Our government works hard to protect us from all sorts of threats. While sometimes threats are easily seen, other times our government has to safeguard us against threats that are not easily seen. Serious animal diseases (also known as zoonotic diseases) can, if not handled properly, devastate our communities. That’s why the U.S. Department of… Read more »

Douthit Hills Provides the Space Clemson University Needs the Most

Every university knows the value of on-campus amenities. With more and more people attending college each year, it’s more important now than ever before to have the space and necessities that those future students will need. Clemson University realized this when, in 2015, they had to turn away 850 students who wanted to live on… Read more »

5 Tips for Rehabilitating a Historic Commercial Building

5 Tips for Rehabilitating a Historic Commercial Building

In many cities across the country, revitalization efforts are underway to improve city infrastructures. Local businesses have become an integral part of this, investing in the community through the rehabilitation of historic commercial buildings. While the benefits of restoring these older buildings are seemingly endless (restoring rundown neighborhoods, tax benefits, and cultural appreciation, just to… Read more »

The New Terminal at SLC International Airport is Taking Shape

Salt Lake City

The Salt Lake City International Airport is currently undergoing a massive redevelopment effort that airport officials are calling “The New SLC.” The airport has significantly outgrown its current facilities, which were designed in the 1960s to accommodate less than half of the 26 million passengers it now serves each year. Today, it’s the 23rd busiest… Read more »

Parq Vancouver Offers Luxury Hotels, Casinos and More

Downtown Vancouver is the new home of an “international entertainment destination” that constitutes one of the largest construction projects the city has seen in decades. Located next to the BC Place Stadium, Parq Vancouver is a sprawling urban resort that includes two luxury hotels with more than 500 rooms, a casino with 600 slot machines… Read more »

University of Kansas Health Opens New Inpatient Care Tower

The largest hospital in Kansas City just got bigger thanks to a $360 million expansion that was completed in late 2017. Cambridge Tower A is a cutting-edge inpatient care facility that adds 92 beds and 11 operating rooms to the University of Kansas Health System. The 11-story tower also allows the hospital’s entire oncology department… Read more »

181 Fremont Is the Tallest Residential Building on the West Coast

After four years of construction, San Francisco’s newest mixed-use skyscraper has officially earned the distinction of being the tallest residential building west of the Mississippi River. It’s also home to some of the most luxurious condominiums in the country, with unit prices starting at around $3 million. Designer Orlando Diaz-Azcuy spared no expense in the… Read more »