Category: Architecture

Done by the Bell: Campus Projects Demand Punctuality

The renovation of the Falcon Center for Health, Education, and Wellness was the largest project in the history of UW-River Falls and had an extremely complex schedule to be completed on time. For architects and engineers, “back to school” doesn’t just mean shopping for pencils and checking class schedules. It means having the school and… Read More »

What Makes a School Referendum Successful?

By Jodi Nelson and Anne Peterson You’ve already put a lot of work into identifying the facility needs and associated costs in your school district, and the community survey is complete. All that time and effort has translated into a facility referendum. Now the challenge is to educate your voters on the importance of the… Read More »

Top 5 Reasons to Celebrate Civil Engineering

By Disa Wahlstrand, PE, LEED AP It’s National Engineers Week, which makes this a great time to celebrate all engineers. Engineers come in many specializations, from aerospace to software and everything in between. But the engineer with the greatest impact on the public good could well be the civil engineer – designer of water pipes… Read More »