Spotlight on Campus Construction

Colleges and universities are centers of learning and recreation. These activities are year-round, and in most cases, campuses are constantly bustling with activity—even in the summer time. When it comes to constructing or renovating campus spaces, making sure students have spaces in which to learn can be tricky, with buildings closing for work to be performed. Gwen Gilley, AIA, LEED-AP BD+C, principal, Hord Coplan Macht, has seen this scenario play out several times, and explains some of the strategies her firm has employed to help make the construction phase easier on students, faculty, and staff.

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This article originally appeared in the School Planning & Management February 2018 issue of Spaces4Learning.