The global pandemic and the corresponding medical and scientific response have shown that the demand for graduates with degrees in Science and Technology will likely continue to increase. As a result, colleges and universities are expected to see a surge of medical and science-focused students, thus driving demand for appropriate on-campus teaching and training facilities. But how can higher-learning institutions add these types of buildings quickly and without significant expense?
In a recent article for American School & University, RMF’s Dave Crutchfield discusses the rise of adaptive reuse and identifies problems facing college campuses today. Highlighting examples from RMF’s work with the University of South Carolina, Crutchfield illustrates how, with proper foresight and preparation, schools can overcome each of these potential roadblocks without significant time or financial expense. Read the full article here.