Summit Academy officials place a high premium on safety and security. As the number of campuses continues to grow, they wanted to implement a program that would enhance their ability to control access to their school facilities.
Date posted: November 2011 Featuring: Summit Academy | ADT
As a tornado packing 200-mile-per-hour winds bore down on Joplin, Missouri on May 22, the value and importance of Missouri Southern State University's investment in a Simplex fire alarm and emergency communications system suddenly became very clear.
Date posted: August 2011 Featuring: Missouri Southern State University | SimplexGrinnell
The Monarch School, founded in 1997, is a premiere Houston-based school, providing a safe and nurturing atmosphere and development pro-gram for children and young adults with neurological differences.
In 2006, the Monarch School faced a dilemma: how to expand the schoolís unique accommodations to meet the in-creasing demand of enrollment.
Date posted: June 2011 Featuring: The Monarch School | MBCI
The Grand Valley School District in Orwell, Ohio, made the unconventional decision to bring together five different buildings serving students in pre-kindergarten through grade 12 into one 244,000-square-foot facility.
Their goal was to create a healthy, sustainable environment for students and staff while keeping costs down.
Date posted: June 2011 Featuring: Grand Valley School District | nora® systems, Inc.
The 2,400-square-foot, lower-level, multi-purpose cafeteria at St. Michaelís Country Day School in Newport, RI suffered acoustically from both high reverberation time and high levels of background noise.
The reason: The cafeteriaís exposed concrete ceiling deck, drywall walls, vinyl on concrete floor, and wood and glass doors offered little acoustic control of lunchtime noise.
Date posted: June 2011 Featuring: St. Michaelís Country Day School | Armstrong Ceiling & Wall Systems
Provo School District in Provo, Utah spans 19 schools and two million square feet. Until recently, the management of the maintenance program for each of the schools fell to the individual head custodians, including decisions on purchasing and process.
Lacking a district-wide standard, this modus operandi left haphazard results, with cleaning priorities driven by com-plaints rather than consistency.
Date posted: June 2011 Featuring: Provo School District | Unger
Palmyra High School, located in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, struggled with maintenance issues with their existing epoxy cafeteria and hallway floors for ten years. Cleaning procedures had become so burdensome and problems with staining and yellowing had become so severe, that a complete renovation of the floors was the only feasible solution.
Date posted: June 2011 Featuring: Palmyra High School | Stonhard
What's inside the ductwork is critically important to the indoor air quality (IAQ) and learning environment inside a school. At Rocky Mount High School, in Rocky Mount North Carolina, AP Coilflex® ductliner met the school's demand for fiber-free ductwork while also providing noise attenuation.
Date posted: June 2011 Featuring: Rocky Mount High School | Armacell