Urban Renewal And Rural Schools Make The Grade

Sanders, Elizabeth
October 2006
Grand Rapids Business Journal;10/9/2006, Vol. 24 Issue 41, pB19
The article focuses on school buildings renovated and constructed in Grand Rapids, Michigan. URS Corp. has the goals of sustainability and collaboration in mind in constructing Alger Middle School and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design-certified Forest Hills Eastern High School/Middle School. The learning environment with corridors that double as work spaces and soft furniture in collaborative spaces is supported by the architecture of both schools.


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