Facilities (Walls, Ceilings & Floors)
How walls, ceilings and everything in between impact the way children hear.
In recent years, the International Building Code has mandated that all new construction for K–12 schools in most of the Midwest and South Central United States include a community storm shelter. This article will explain the requirements of storm shelter design and explore best practices for planning and construction.
Best practices in sustainability have an effect that goes beyond energy savings and can even help measurably improve outcomes for students.
Targeting net positive energy design, the Fales Elementary School's positioning and geometry optimize energy generation from rooftop PV cells and daylighting.
What Role Does Lighting Design Play in Student Outcomes?
Editor's Note (The View From Here)
Security assessments often uncover inconsistencies that can be quickly remedied.
Building Blueprints (Facilities in Focus)
Case Histories (Real-World Solutions)
How Interface LVT brought peace of mind to the Reading Friends school building