This month, the American Sports Builders Association (ASBA) announced winners of its annual awards program at a technical meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana. Attendance at the event hit an all-time high, with more than 600 industry members and 60 trade show exhibitors present.
Earlier this summer, WSP, a global engineering and professional services consultancy, acquired Willoughby Engineering, a Chicago-based 10-person mechanical/electrical/plumbing (MEP) and building performance firm.
As K−12 school budgets dwindle and energy costs rise, fewer resources are dedicated to school operations and maintenance. As a result, the health and performance of these buildings (and the students and staff inside) suffer.
One of Detroit’s historic areas—the former J.L. Hudson’s Department Store (Hudson’s Site)—is due for a facelift, with a redesign from Hamilton Anderson Associates (HAA) and SHoP Architects currently in the works.