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Loyola Marymount University’s New Student Housing Ready for Move In

Loyola Marymount University’s New Student Housing Ready for Move In

Located in Los Angeles, California, Loyola Marymount University (LMU) is a top destination for many prospective students across the country. In fact, LMU’s numbers have been growing, recently receiving more than 18,000 freshman applicants. Such popularity is evident of LMU’s success and educational standards, but it also poses a problem. LMU was struggling to find… Read more »

Globe Life Field Fully Open for 2021

Originally set to open its doors at the start of the Texas Rangers’ 2020 season, the opening of Globe Life Field was put in flux after the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the nation. Putting player and fan safety at the forefront, the MLB delayed opening day of the 2020 season until July 23, with the… Read more »

Revitalizing Hawaii’s Fort Shafter

Revitalizing Fort Shafter

Based in Honolulu, Hawaii, Fort Shafter acts as the main headquarters for the U.S. Army Pacific. It was established all the way back in 1907, making it the oldest military base on the island of Oahu. It is also a National Historic Landmark listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Fort Shafter has served… Read more »

Going Green: Google’s Jackson County, Alabama Data Center

Facebook isn’t the only one coming to Sweet Home Alabama. In 2015, Google announced their plan to construct a $600 million data center in Jackson County, Alabama. Six years later, that plan is now becoming a reality. Google began construction for their data center in April of 2018, and they hope to complete it in… Read more »

North Kansas City High School Completes a 3-Year Project

North Kansas City High School Completes a 3-Year Project

Our kids deserve the best, especially when they’re at school. A good education depends on good resources and a great learning environment. At North Kansas City High School, they are doing just that. After a 3-year long project, North Kansas City High School has updated its facilities to provide students with the latest technology for… Read more »

Updates on Facebook’s $750 Million Alabama Data Center

Updates on Facebook’s $750 Million Alabama Data Center

In June of 2018, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey, local leaders, and Facebook officials announced a $750 million project for a new data center in Huntsville, AL. The project, set to be completed in 2020, would be one of several new construction projects Facebook had in store for its company. But with the coronavirus now spreading… Read more »

Kaiser Permanente Capitol Hill Expansion Project

Kaiser Permanente Capitol Hill Expansion Project

The coronavirus has shown us how important high-quality medical centers are in our country. The Kaiser Permanente healthcare organization recognized this need early on when they expanded their Capitol Hill Medical Center in Washington, D.C. A high-tech facility that offers advanced urgent care, cardiology, and more, the Capitol Hill Medical Center is now primed to… Read more »

Improving Specialty Care: Froedtert Center for Advanced Care

Improving Specialty Care: Froedtert Center for Advanced Care

The coronavirus pandemic has shown how important it is to have high quality centers for advanced medical care. At the Froedtert & Medical College of Wisconsin, they did just that. In the past few years, they have constructed and completed the Froedtert & Medical College of Wisconsin’s Center for Advanced Care, a 609,000 square foot… Read more »