Structural Gymnastics in the Transportation Center
The November 2021 cover story of Structure magazine features the “structural gymnastics” at Pima Community College.
The project includes a total of 27 work bays, including spaces for testing and diagnosis of electric vehicles, faculty offices, classrooms, a dynamometer room, equipment storage, and a large public entry. The unique utility of the building governed its placement, such as the clearance necessary for cars to drive around the lobby and into the work bays. In addition, the structural design focuses on responding to flexibility and visibility, resulting in a state-of-the-art, hands-on learning environment reflected in the vast amount of exposed steel.
In the Media
Campus Design for Engagement and Equity
In this week’s Design is Everywhere podcast episode, we learn how institutions are designing equity into their decision-making process with DLR Group Senior Associate Linsey Graff.
CWRU’s Excellent New Expansion of Maltz Performing Arts Center
Last month, CWRU announced it completed an expansion of the Maltz Performing Arts Center, which includes a raked-seat and black box theater.
Invenue: Design Firms – In This Together
VenuesNow says COVID-19 has done little to change a trend in sports and entertainment design: Fans want to break away from their seats and suites to mingle.
University Arts Building
Known as a vibrant arts campus, the School of the Arts is the artistic epicenter for the University of Nevada, Reno, encompassing the university’s art, music, theater, and dance departments.
Building Industry Leaders to World Governments: It's Time to Lead on Climate
MarketWatch details the AEC industry's commitment to the Paris Climate Agreement's carbon budget in the 1.5-degree C COP26 Communiqué.