Hanbury, May 26, 2017

Putting Human and Global Wellness First: Hanbury Design Principal Earns WELL AP Credential

Jared Coffin, Hanbury Design Principal, has earned the WELL Accredited Professional (WELL AP) credential through the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI). This achievement places Coffin among a group of leading professionals who are dedicated to supporting human health and well-being in the built environment.


News, Planning
D. Keith Storms, May 22, 2017

SCUP Article Underscores the Importance of the Fourth P: Planning

The growth of Public Private Partnerships on U.S. campuses is changing the economics of campus finance as well as relationships between universities and their facilities and communities.

Proper planning when undertaking one of these multi-decade deals is critical to increasing the likelihood that the P3 will be success...

Curricular, Planning
Jimmy Stevens, May 18, 2017

Big Data Helps Space Optimization But Barriers Remain

Open any business publication and you’ll probably find an article about Big Data.

GE has sensors on jet engines and uses that data to inform maintenance issues. Facebook, Amazon and Expedia collect reams of data to better attract and serve customers. Higher education is also leveraging Big Data. IBM recently posted an...

Timothy F. Winstead, May 02, 2017

Research Supports Active Learning

Classroom Design Spurs Student Engagement

Evidence continues to build that the classrooms of the 21st Century will be far different from the lecture hall style of the past—and be more effective in preparing students for the workplace of tomorrow.

New data from Montana State University show that pass rates rose to 81 pe...

Hanbury, Apr 25, 2017

The Da Vinci Code Meets The Amazing Race

Architecture and History Intersect

The intersection of architecture and history was celebrated Saturday, April 15, with the sixth annual Architectural Scavenger Hunt to mark National Architecture Week.

Hanbury organized the hunt as part of a weeklong celebration by the American Institute of Architects. This year's hunt...

D. Keith Storms, Apr 11, 2017

Creating Places to Drive Innovation

More cities are experimenting with place-making to help drive economic growth in so called “innovation districts.”

An innovation district is a designated area that clusters higher-education institutions, industry, researchers and entrepreneurs together in a bid to drive innovation, business and job growth.

There are ex...

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