Experts in campus planning, urban design and educational architecture set the stage for Drury’s long-term expansion, creating a vibrant center for students and community members
December 1, 2022
The architecture and urban design firm Cooper Robertson has announced the completion of the C.H. “Chub” O’Reilly Enterprise Center, a major new academic building on the growing campus of Drury University in Springfield, Missouri. Designed by Cooper Robertson in collaboration with Trivers, the $27 million, 67,348-square-foot facility is Drury’s first new building in more than two decades.
Industry professionals can vote starting Jan. 4, 2023, and companies that exhibit at World of Concrete 2023 are eligible to enter
November 28, 2022
The World of Concrete, the leading global concrete and masonry industry connector, has launched a brand-new award program, dedicated to recognizing and showcasing the most innovative and forward-thinking equipment, materials, tools and services available in the concrete and masonry markets. The Innovative Product Awards, powered by World of Concrete, will feature many items on exhibit during the 2023 World of Concrete in Las Vegas, Jan. 17-19.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held last week at Roanoke Cement Company’s Chesapeake Terminal near Norfolk, Virginia. Council members, other state and local officials, and RCC team members gathered to launch a new $40 million storage dome. In response to increasing demand for low carbon cement, the storage dome at the terminal will provide an additional 70,000 tons of capacity, tripling the existing storage.
Construction is completed at The Enzo at Ariston in Buford, Georgia. McShane Construction Company provided general contracting services for the 265-unit development on behalf of their client, TPA Residential.
Designed with commercial cladding applications in mind, Wildwood features an open-joint profile and is available in a variety of board lengths and widths, providing the unrivaled beauty and warmth of wood combined with the durability of high-performance, low-maintenance materials. Free of any toxic chemicals and made with 94 percent pre- and post-consumer recycled content, Wildwood is a highly sustainable alternative to traditional wood cladding.