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Integrated Project Delivery for Public and Private Owners offers a tiered approach to achieving optimal collaboration on construction projects. APPA contributed to this publication through the valuable participation of Steve Thweatt of Emory University. Download the free publication, which was a joint effort of the National Association of State Facilities Administrators (NASFA); Construction Owners Association of America (COAA); Associated General Contractors of America (AGC); American Institute of Architects (AIA); and APPA.
What makes a campus feel like a campus? This article from UniversityBusiness.com discusses the primary components involved in creating campus unity and achieving that true campus feeling with a master plan. Read Designing a Unified Campus.
A Neotraditional Building Boom on Campus from Planetizen, the Planning and Development Network.
The Vital Signs Curriculum Materials Project addresses the physical performance of buildings, examining architectural, lighting, and mechanical systems in existing buildings with special attention given to energy use, occupant well-being, and spacemaking. The Vital Signs website describes the project in further details and provides a path to the relevant materials and resources.
Your Guide to Green Building Design:
- Read about the Whole Building Design Guide; visit the WBDG website.
- Planning, Design, Construction theme issue of Facilities Manager.
- Read Donald J. Guckert and Jeri Ripley King's article, Designing for Stewardship: Aligning Project Decisions with the Total Cost of Ownership.
- LEED for Schools.