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  School Construction 2003


A Special Feature of DJC.COM
Aug. 21, 2003
Feature Stories

"America’s ongoing school-building crunch,"
School construction isn’t keeping pace with population growth
By PHILIP WARNER,
FMI


"Tomorrow’s schools could be neighborhood hubs,"
Craving a taco? Hunting for a meeting space? Here’s your one-stop shop
By K. JOHN JONES,
Dykeman


"New standards will help schools go green,"
Task force is devising new statewide sustainability guidelines
By ANNE SCHOPF,
Mahlum Architects


"Keeping up with the Joneses,"
Colleges turn to wireless networks to compete for students
By TROY THRUN,
Sparling

Terrace Park K-8 School
"Value engineering pays off for Seattle Schools,"
Historic renovation project offers opportunities to save big
By GAYLE GUADARRAMA,
Coughlin Porter Lundeen


"Insurers slash coverage for contractors,"
Mounting premiums, contractual requirements could run up project costs
By ELLEN S. ALEXANDER,
AGC of Washington

"High school embraces small-school format,"
GC/CM helps Cleveland make the switch
By DAVID WILSON,
Heery International


"Better buildings can boost savings down the road,"
State colleges poised to reap long-term benefits from new capital spending budget
By MARC C. GLEASON,
McGranahan Architects



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