MGAC assists in new Johns Hopkins University Center

Leading project management and owners’ representation firm MGAC has assisted with the design and construction of the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg Center. The 435,000 square-foot facility, at 555 Pennsylvania Avenue NW in Washington, DC, is anchored by the School of Advanced International Studies, the Carey Business School, and the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences. […]

Fairfield University opens satellite nursing campus in Austin

In the height of the pandemic, nurses worked the front lines of defense against the pandemic. Today, our nation’s healthcare industry faces new challenges with a critical nursing shortage. A report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics cites as many as 194,500 job openings for registered nurses each year over the next decade. Building on […]

Sitting down with… MF Project Management’s Michele Fleming

The Senior Project Manager of MF Project Management on her favorite time of the day to get things done, the craziest thing that ever happened on a job, and how her mother’s childhood advice to her still rings true today. What’s the most cherished item in your office? I have a small chalkboard that belonged […]

$1B medical complex with hotel planned in Miami

Site clearing is expected to begin this year for a $1 billion medical complex in Miami. The Highland Park Miami complex to be designed by architecture firm Arquitectonica will span 500,000 square feet and include a hotel and 1,000 residences in a 7-acre expansion of the city’s Health District. Commercial Observer

Pushing forward: Inside the Dutch Bros brand

It started as a pushcart by the railroad tracks in downtown Grants Pass, Oregon, the quaint little town located on the legendary Rogue River. In the midst of Grants Pass’ panoramic views of stately mountains and ancient forests, Dane and Travis Boersma decided to leave the family dairy business to serve espressos. The year was […]

Fact-checking NYC’s doom and gloom real estate predictions

Just a bit past the midway mark of 2023 is a good time to take stock of the supposed downward trend in construction in the New York City area. While some of these predictions are proving accurate, construction lending and activity are continuing in a robust manner in certain areas. No sophisticated industry report is […]

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