Posts Categorized: Commercial Construction

Parkview Health Systems’ New Orthopedic Center is a Boon to Southern Colorado Patients

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For a long time, the people of Southern Colorado had to travel up North to Colorado Springs or Denver if they needed any serious orthopedic work done. With the completion of Parkview Health System’s Pueblo West Orthopedic Center last year, that journey is now considerably shorter. This comprehensive orthopedic facility offers patients in Pueblo and… Read more »

Canopy Park Adds Modern Touch to Historic Haymarket District

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Lincoln, Nebraska’s historic Haymarket District has seen significant revitalization over the past few years and that trend is only continuing. Recently, Canopy Park opened its doors. This multi-family, mixed-use apartment complex in the Haymarket District of downtown Lincoln now offers a high-end living space in the midst of this rapidly growing community. NGC Group completed… Read more »

Completion of San Pedro I Represents a Huge Step Forward for UTSA

A graphic that reads "National Security" in blue lettering

Students at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) recently completed their first semester of instruction and research at the new San Pedro I building. The $91.8 million state-of-the-art facility opened in January and now houses the university’s National Security Collaboration Center (NSCC) and the new School of Data Science (SDS). The university embarked… Read more »

Second Phase of UGA STEM Research Complex Complete

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The final phase of a two-phase project to create a new Interdisciplinary Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (I-STEM) Research Complex at the University of Georgia was completed in August 2022. The STEM students of UGA are now in their second semester of utilizing the state-of-the-art I-STEM Research Building 2. The building joins the I-STEM Research… Read more »

Timashev Family Music Building Now Open at Ohio State University’s Emerging Arts District

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For the past three months, students at Ohio State University have been making use of the new Timashev Family Music Building. The state-of-the-art facility opened when the fall semester began in August after a multi-year planning and construction period. The new center is actually part of a larger project in the Arts District of the… Read more »

Harrah’s Cherokee Hotel and Casino Completes Addition

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Harrah’s Cherokee Hotel and Casino in Cherokee, N.C. recently celebrated the one-year anniversary of a major expansion project at the already-sprawling complex. The resort added a fourth hotel tower, The Cherokee, along with an 83,000 square foot convention center, which both opened in mid-October 2021. This expansion has significantly enhanced the resort’s meeting and convention… Read more »

Ball State’s Foundational Sciences Building Celebrates One Year

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Saturday will mark the one-year anniversary of the ceremonial ribbon cutting for Ball State University’s new Foundational Sciences Building. The construction of the new academic building is part of a multi-step process to replace the aging Cooper Science Building while also increasing the university’s capacity to handle STEM students. Students who take courses in biology… Read more »

McLaren Greater Lansing Hospital Now Open

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The McLaren Greater Lansing Hospital opened its doors in March after extensive construction. The facility is located on Michigan State University’s Corporate Research Park. The new campus is far more than just a hospital – it will provide a wide variety of medical services while also serving educational and research purposes for the students and… Read more »

SDSU Raven Precision Agriculture Center Entering Second Year

The flag of the State of South Dakota

The South Dakota State University Raven Precision Agricultural Center will begin its second academic year of use after celebrating its completion last September. The building is already housing important work as the university helps prepare students for the future of American agriculture. The Background SDSU is land-grant university, meaning it receives benefits under the 19th… Read more »