College and university facilities managers face multiple, often competing, challenges these days — getting a new building constructed on time and on budget; addressing a growing backlog of deferred maintenance; and managing increased calls for sustainability projects in response to environmental concerns and climate change.
This episode offers a preview of UW Health’s Eastpark Medical Center in Madison, WI. Expected to be fully open by Fall 2024, the seven-story outpatient facility will offer advanced imaging and lab services, destination services, multidisciplinary adult specialties, and women’s complex care.
Good technology design can reduce frustration and improve the faculty and student experience, enabling remote learners to be in the forefront or work alongside the in-person students and other remote students.
In a continuing series of discussions with IMEG’s market leaders, this episode of The Future Built Smarter features John Holbert, vice president of education.
Holistic security considerations for K-12 school design are examined in this 17-minute episode featuring Ryan Searles, IMEG’s security consulting group leader.
The new Prairie Trails Early Learning Center is the school district’s first net-zero facility – a result of highly sustainable features and team collaboration.
As students continue to return to the classroom, some school districts are reimagining the classroom by bringing them outside. Read about how to help support the safe return to in-person learning.
Master planning and facility assessments are critical for higher education institutions to be able to be prepared for future growth and needs.
IMEG Education Market Leader John Holbert talks about the challenges facing the education sector and other related topics in a Q&A.