Building Towards the Future Aeronautical Training Center at Trident Technical College According to the South Carolina Department of Commerce, in 2019 the aerospace industry employed over 22,000 South Carolinians at 400 firms, with a statewide impact of $19 billion a year. Much of that activity has been driven by Boeing, which located its 1.2 million SF 787 Dreamliner final assembly
Physical Distancing in Formal Campus Learning Spaces As higher education institutions work through the endless logistics of returning to campus, all are facing common problems including incorporating physical distancing guidelines set forth by the CDC and public health experts. Formal learning spaces, including classrooms, lecture halls, and seminar rooms, can meet these guidelines at lower occupancies than their design capacities.
Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen - No Such Thing Modern Food Culture and the Rapid Rise of Culinary Arts Education Facilities Weary of convenience foods, tired of rushing through unsatisfying meal times, and craving something more nourishing to both body and spirit, people at dining tables across the country are rebelling one plate at a time. They’re willing to
Causing a Stir International Culinary Institute of Myrtle Beach Any chef will tell you that a successful dish requires layers of flavors. Seasoning at every stage of the process helps to balance ingredients and textures to create an integrated composition. In the finished dish, we can read the hierarchy of the elements; some central, some subtle, but all contribute to
Centering the Students Tri-County Technical College Student Success Center and Ruby Hicks Hall Renovation A building can tell us much about what a community values. At Tri-County Technical College, this community values its students. This commitment has been evident since the college opened its doors in 1962 in Pendleton, SC, and is the driving force for its four campuses, 70
Bridging the Classroom and the Clinic Specialized Facilities for Healthcare Provider Education Wisdom tells us that we must learn to crawl before we can walk. We learn our ABCs before we tackle Shakespeare; we memorize our multiplication tables before we apply for work at NASA; we practice, practice, practice our way to Carnegie Hall. In many careers, our elementary steps
Putting a New Spin on Things Central Carolina Technical College Advanced Manufacturing Technology Training Center In a dim chapter in architecture and planning history, the 80’s brought a wave of big-box stores to landscapes across the country. With brick and block construction, massive fluorescent-lit interiors, and asphalt as far as the eye could see, these behemoths filled a niche for
A Bridge to the Future Greenville Technical College Center for Manufacturing Innovation In a perfect world, to get from Point A to Point B, you’d be able to walk on a short, easy path in a straight line, and you’d call it a day. Sometimes, though, the process is less straightforward; Point A is on a rocky cliff, and Point
Restoration: New Life for a Contaminated Environment Clemson University Zucker Family Graduate Education Center Port cities are fascinating places, and Charleston is no exception. The endless cycle of regeneration and renewal is as consistent as the tides, evident in the layering of the built environment as well as in the city’s culture, identity, and history. History The old Charleston Naval
Setting the Stage Cape Fear Community College, Wilson Center Georgia O’Keefe once said, “To create one’s world in any of the arts takes courage.”  Her assessment was correct, if not comprehensive. To participate in the arts today, either as an artist or a patron, requires a good deal more than strength of character: years of training, rehearsal spaces, sheet music,