After recently holding its grand opening, Walden Public School in Ontario, Canada, is reportedly being called one of the most environmentally friendly buildings in the country, according to the Sudbury Star.
The Helsinki Exhibition and Convention Center, the leading conference venue in Finland, now offers a new 160,000-square-foot multifunction hall that has been designed in a green and sustainable manner.
Originally built in 1837, Fort Lupton was an outpost for early settlers that were heading west in search of a new beginning.
The remodeling of La Bahn Arena, the home of the University of Wisconsin's hockey team, is underway, as the construction will provide the school with a state-of-the-art athletic facility.
A new school that has been built in Falmouth, Maine, will let teachers and students experience all of the comforts of having one school building for the entire district.
After several years of deliberation and failed plans for a new school, the town of Revelstoke, British Columbia, has announced an opening date for when students can enter the new facility.
Seven new glass chalets will be put onto the Rideau Canal for the upcoming skating season in an effort to provide Ottawa residents with a source of warmth while taking a break from the winter activity.
Two Langley, British Columbia residents were frustrated with the local teachers that were educating their children, and they decided to build their own school that was modeled after the famed Italian Montessori school.
A north Toronto community is gearing up for the introduction of the largest all-kindergarten school in the country, as construction on the project has begun following an initial development.
The U.S. Army has been constructing a 250,000-square-foot Logistics Distribution Center in Europe, as part of an effort to supply bases throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa.