B&D professionals stay current with all the trends and requirements of today’s facilities and those that will serve our future generations.

As part of our practice, B&D professionals produce and publish white papers, speak at industry conferences, and continually perform in-house research.   Our Research & Methods team continually acquires and disseminates the most current and usable data on the facility types in which we specialize, which helps our clients achieve their project goals and enhances our methodologies.


February 18, 2015
Confident Change Amidst a Dynamic Reality: The Value of Vision-Based Planning 

November 21, 2013
Sharpen Your Focus: How to Run Successful Focus Groups 

November 1, 2012
Limit the Impact: Build Only What You Need 

July 1, 2011
Collaboration: The Key to a Successful Feasibility Study 

January 1, 2011
Owner’s Perspective: Two Questions Every Owner Must Answer for Their LEED Project; Owner's Representative’s Perspective: What LEED Credits Are Right for You? 

January 1, 2010
Facilities Funding Thaws 

August 1, 2008
Top 10 Auxiliary Services Trends for 2008 

October 1, 2007
Key Ingredients of a Business Plan 

February 1, 2006
12 Tips for Writing a Successful RFP 

May 1, 2005
Trends and Benchmarking Data for the Modern Union 

March 1, 2004
Should You Restructure the Business Enterprise? 

December 1, 2003
Restructuring University Business Enterprises 

November 1, 2003
A Focus on Campus Life: What Type of Programming Is Right for Your Campus? 

January 1, 2002
Securing Funding for Your Project 

August 1, 2001
A Modest Proposal 

May 9, 2001
Balancing Needs and Wants 

November 1, 1999
Planning, Preparation Lead to Successful Student Fee Referendums 

April 29, 1994
Dialogue: The College Union in the 21st Century 

October 10, 1989
To Serve Them All Our Days 


April 27, 2015
Creating a Magical Mix for your Student Union 

Presented by Katie Karp at the 2015 ACUI Senior Management Professionals Program.

October 1, 2014
Breaking Ground in 240 Days: Gonzaga's Story 

Presented by Nicholas Gabel at the 2014 the ACUI Region IV Conference.

June 19, 2014
Creating a Northwestern Experience: Revitalizing Student Life Through Auxiliary Services 

Presented by Greg Wachalski, Daniel Durack, and Julie Payne-Kirchmeier at the 2014 NACAS Central Conference.

April 29, 2013
From Dream to Reality: Public/Private Partnerships 

Presented by Kim Martin and Richard Rieth at the 2013 OACUBO Conference.

November 4, 2012
What Is the Best Planning Approach to Your Union? 

Presented by Katie Karp and Lorin Fremgen at the 2012 ACUI Regions 3 and 4 Conference.

October 30, 2012
Key Ingredients for Making Bold Recipes: Vision, Market Demand, Funding 

Presented by Chet Roach, Joe Winters, Eric Bram, Karl Munschy, and Jay Stroman at the 2012 NACAS Annual Conference.

October 10, 2012
One-Stop Centers: Uniting Divisions for an Optimal Student Experience 

Presented by Kim Martin, Mary Paula Schuh, and Michael Schuster at the 2012 SCUP North Central Conference.

June 15, 2012
Collaborative University Partnerships: Planning for Future Campus Capital Projects in a Challenging Economic Environment 

Presented by Katie Karp and Ryan Conway at the 2012 ITGA Conference.

March 23, 2012
Discussion Panel — Universities 

Discussion panel hosted by Brad Noyes at the 2012 SCUP Southern Symposium.

November 18, 2011
The New Arms Race in Higher Education : The Impact of Hotel Quality Rooms, Gourmet Food, and World-Class Gyms and Spas 

Presented by Jim Carruthers at the 2011 APLU (Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities) Conference.

November 12, 2011
Constructing a Strategic Decision Making Framework for Capital Projects 

Presented by Chet Roach and Peter Isaac at the 2011 ACUI Region 3 Conference.

November 6, 2011
Why Simply Pursuing National Trends Will Undercut Your Investment 

Presented by Chet Roach at the 2011 ACUI Region 12 Conference.

November 5, 2011
Clear Vision Produces Unique Solutions 

Presented by Chet Roach at the 2011 ACUI Region 8 Conference.

November 4, 2011
Why Hot Union Trends Are Not the Right Fit for Your Union 

Presented by Bart Hall at the 2011 ACUI Region 4 Conference.

October 29, 2011
Clarity in Vision Equals Effectiveness in Outcome 

Presented by Chet Roach at the 2011 ACUI Region 14 Conference.

October 22, 2011
Why Hot Union Trends Are Not the Right Fit for You 

Presented by Chet Roach at the 2011 ACUI Region 6 Conference.

October 21, 2011
The Hottest National Student Center Trends Are Probably Not Right for You 

Presented by Chet Roach at the 2011 ACUI Region 13 Conference.

March 12, 2011
Enriching Campus Gathering Spaces on a Tight Budget 

Presented by Jeff Turner and Keith Betts at the 2011 NASPA Conference.

March 1, 2011
GGC’s New Student Center — Part II: Did We Pull It Off? 

Presented by Ann Drummie, Adam Sterritt, and Ken Higa at the 2011 ACUI Conference.

November 8, 2010
Emerging Trends and Current Issues in Auxiliary Services 

Presented by Kevin Keegan, Jeff Sessine, Claudia Scotty, Rick Thomas, Loren Rullman, and Mitch Kilcrease at the 2010 NACAS Conference.

November 5, 2010
LEEDing Answers: Achieving Consensus and Providing Clarity for Your LEED Project 

Presented by Chet Roach, Matt Bohannon, and Joe Winters at the 2010 ACUI Region 13 Conference.

October 23, 2010
Two Questions Every Owner Must Answer in the LEED Process 

Presented by Chet Roach at the 2010 ACUI Region 6 Conference.

October 16, 2010
The Facilities Cafe: Diverse Project Delivery Is the New Realty 

Presented by Brad Noyes, Brad Reid, Brent Jeffcoat, Ken Leonczyk, and Bob Gunn at the 2010 SCUP Southern Regional Conference.

October 2, 2010
LEED the Process: Managing the Design Team 

Presented by Chet Roach and Bart Hall at the 2010 ACUI Region 12 Conference.

July 17, 2010
Operational Assessment and Planning Metrics 

Presented by Jim Carruthers and Matt Bohannon at the 2010 AOA and Associated Students Summer Meeting.

March 8, 2010
Responding to Economic Challenges While Planning for Success 

Presented by Katie Karp, Kevin Keegan, and Michael Shonrock at the 2010 NASPA Conference.

February 20, 2010
Hard Hats Should Come in Fashion Colors 

Presented by Katie Karp, Patty Chen, Carolyn E. Farley, and Debbi Waters at the 2010 ACUI Conference.

February 13, 2010
A New Campus, New Student Center, New Culture 

Presented by Ann Drummie and Ken Higa at the 2010 ACUI Conference.

November 14, 2009
Responding to Economic Challenges While Planning for Success 

Presented by Matt Bohannon at the 2009 NACAS Conference.

January 6, 2009
Construction Project Delivery Methods 

Presented by Jeff Turner and Bart Hall in 2009 to the University of West Florida Construction Management Program.

November 15, 2008
The University Tower as a Tower of Strength 

Presented by Paul Brailsford in 2008 at the National Press Club, hosted by the District of Columbia Building Industry Association.

November 7, 2008
Clemson University Student Affairs and Housing Master Plan 

Presented by Katie Karp, Peter Knudsen, and Ken Gallaugher at the 2008 SCUP Conference.

November 4, 2008
How to Keep Your Construction Project on Track in Challenging Economic Times 

Presented by Bart Hall, Carolyn Farley, and Mitch Kilcrease at the 2008 NACAS Conference.

November 3, 2008
Best-Laid Plans for the Worst-Case Scenario: Essential Components of an All-Hazards Plan for Your Auxiliary Facilities 

Presented by Kevin Keegan, Loren Rullman, and Deborah Schmidt-Rogers at the 2008 NACAS Conference.

April 12, 2008
Planning a Capital Project: 10 Steps for Getting Renovation, Additions or Expansions on the Right Track 

Presented by Bart Hall, Mitch Kilcrease, and Brad Lukanic at the 2008 ACUI Conference.

March 18, 2008
Recreation Centers 101: A Primer for Union Directors 

Presented by Bart Hall, David Body, and Dave Edwards at the 2008 ACUI Conference.

March 17, 2008
Extended Learning Session: Trends in Auxiliary Services 

Presented by Kevin Keegan, Carolyn Farley, Loren Rullman, and Rob White at the 2008 ACUI Conference.

March 17, 2008
Improving Auxiliary Operational Performance Through Integrated Business Planning 

Presented by Kevin Keegan, Rick Thomas, and Loren Rullman at the 2008 ACUI Conference.

October 28, 2007
The Recreational Union 

Presented by Brian Hanlon, James Poulson, and Steve Weldeck at the 2007 NASPA Western Regional Conference.

October 4, 2007
What's on the Horizon? Explore Issues Within the Industry That Are Expected to Affect the Models and Structures of These Partnerships 

Panel participant: Paul Brailsford at the 2007 NACUBO Conference.

September 6, 2007
Ask the Experts: Architects, Facility Evaluators, and Experienced Facility Directors 

2007 ACUI Conference panel with Bart Hall

August 11, 2007
Hitting the Jackpot: How UNLV New Student Life Facilities are Changing the Campus Landscape 

Presented by Jeff Turner, Anne Kingsley, and Mac Hayes at the 2007 NACAS Conference.

May 23, 2007
Project Delivery Methods 

Presented by Jeff Turner at the 2007 Forum on Higher Education Project Delivery Alternatives.

April 11, 2007
Essentials of Partnering: Process, Process, Process 

Presented by Jeff Turner at the 2007 NACUBO Conference: Public-Private Partnerships for Facilities.

April 6, 2007
Planning a Capital Project: 10 Steps for Getting Renovation, Additions or Expansions on the Right Track 

Presented by Bart Hall, Mitch Kilcrease, and Brad Lukanic at the 2007 ACUI Conference.

April 6, 2007
Central Washington University: The Recreational Union 

Presented by Brian Hanlon, James Poulson, John Drinkwater, and Steve Weldeck at the 2007 ACUI Conference.

April 3, 2007
Avoiding the School of Hard Knocks: Acquiring the Essential Skills You'll Need to Become a Successful Chief Student Affairs Officer 

Presented by Kevin Keegan, Jim Doyle, and Evelyn McDonald at the 2007 ACPA/NASPA Conference.

October 16, 2006
Improving Your Auxiliary Operation's Performance and Leverage Through Integrated Business Planning 

Presented by Kevin Keegan, Rick Thomas, and Loren Rullman at the 2006 NACAS Conference.

March 18, 2006
Recreation Centers 101: A Primer for Union Directors 

Presented by Brad Noyes, David Body, and Thomas Compton at the 2006 ACUI Conference.

May 23, 2005
Building Project Support: It's All in the Ground Work 

Presented by Bart Hall at the 2005 ACUI Construction/Renovation Conference.

April 26, 2005
New Construction, Demo or Reno at the University of Nevada-Reno 

Presented by Jeff Turner and Chuck Price at the 2005 ACUI Conference.

January 24, 2005
Green Initiatives for Stamp Union-University of Maryland 

Presented by Alan Resnick at the 2005 NACAS Conference.

February 28, 2004
Developing Community On-Campus: A Look at Three Enduring Campus Life Programming Models 

Presented by Jeff Turner, Paul Knell, and Alison Richardson at the 2004 ACUI Conference.

February 28, 2004
Absorbing the Change: When Departments Relocate to Your Facility 

Presented by Erik Thompson, Richard Walker, and Daniel Westbrook at the 2004 ACUI Conference.

January 24, 2004
Old Union – New Frontier, The Story of Stamp Union Renovations 

Presented by Alan Resnick at the 2004 NACAS Conference.

September 4, 2003
Marketing Your Construction/Renovation Project 

Presented by Bart Hall at the 2003 ACUI Conference.

June 17, 2003
Improving Campus Life at Your Institution 

Presented by Jeff Turner, Pat Brown, and Hank Colker at the 2003 NACAS East Conference.

April 28, 2003
Development of the DePaul University Student Center 

Presented by Kevin Keegan at the 2003 ACUI Conference.

March 18, 2002
A Stroll Down Main Street: A Review of the University Student Union Project at California State University, Northridge 

Presented by Jeff Turner, Hakim Chambers, Debra Hammond, and Don Caskey at the 2002 ACUI Conference.

February 18, 2002
Out of the Box: A New Management Paradigm for College Unions 

Presented by Jim Carruthers and Jeff Turner at the 2002 ACUI Conference.

July 18, 2001
Student Union Caucus: Issues and Answers 

Presented by Bart Hall at the 2001 NACAS Conference.

April 22, 2001
Basking in the CSUN: Building a Vibrant Main Street at Cal State, Northridge 

Presented by Jeff Turner, Hakim Chambers, and Debra Hammond at the 2001 ACUI Conference

March 17, 2001
Comparative Data: A Tool to Support Effective Management 

Presented by Bart Hall at the 2001 ACUI Conference.

May 14, 2000
Benchmarking the Student Marketplace: Evolving National Trends for Successful Student Centers 

Presented by Kevin Keegan at the 2000 NACAS Conference.

January 24, 2000
The Role of Student Life on Campus 

Presented by Alan Resnick at the Walker Art Center.

August 30, 1997
Commercialization vs. Privatization: Will Too Many Signs Spoil the Soup? 

Presented by Bart Hall at the 1997 ACUI Region Five Fall Conference.


September 16, 2015
Groundbreaking Ceremony for Titan Student Center Expansion 

. . . Prior to the proposal, the TSCGB hired program management firm Brailsford & Dunlavey to survey the TSU and determine what students would benefit from most.Download

October 7, 2014
OCC Set to Add New Student Union 

Orange Coast College students will get a new $70 million Student Union complex by 2016 and the new facility will have plenty of room for students to chill out.Download

June 20, 2014
Urban Land Institute Global Award for Excellence — Roosevelt University: Wabash Building 

May 26, 2014
Firm Introduces Plan to Expand University Union 

Cal Poly has already made plans to expand campus housing to accommodate growing freshman classes, but the Julian A. McPhee University Union (UU) could be the next campus facility to expand, with a proposal to nearly double its square footage.Download

April 17, 2014
Consulting Firms Planning, Seeking Input for Student Center Renovation 

Planning is underway for renovations and expansion to the LBJ Student Center as consultants look to students for input on the changes.Download

December 27, 2013
A Seamless Experience 

Northern Kentucky University (NKU) in Highland Heights, KY, has been experiencing an increase in construction activity on campus.Download

November 13, 2013
More Space for More Students 

Over the next two years, Cal State Fullerton’s 37-year-old student center will undergo a major facelift.Download

November 1, 2013
Pace Breaks Ground on $150 Million Satellite Campus Revitalization 

Pace University has broken ground on a $150 million revitalization of the school's Pleasantville campus.Download

November 20, 2012
New Student Center Likelier Than Ever As Key Forces Come Together 

When Frontera Fresco opens in Norris University Center later this month, it will stand as the latest change to the 40-year-old facility.Download

April 19, 2012
Members of NU Community Express Opinions on New Student Center During Focus Group 

Northwestern students met with representatives from Brailsford and Dunlavey consulting firm to discuss potential renovations to the Norris University Center in two focus groups Wednesday.Download

February 14, 2012
Governing Board Takes First Steps Towards Creating Brand New TSU 

The Associated Students, Inc. Cookout last month helped spread the word on an expansion of the Titan Student Union. It was also the first step in a lengthy process that the Titan Student Center’s Governing Board members and their associates took to decide what the facility’s future will be.Download

January 30, 2012
ASI Seeks Student Opinion at Cookout 

Hundreds of hungry students lined up in the Quad Tuesday to enjoy a free lunch at the Associated Students Inc. Cookout, an event held four times a semester to promote different groups of student government.Download

January 1, 2012
Renovation and Construction Showcase — University of Texas at Austin: Student Activity Center 

January 1, 2012
Renovation and Construction Showcase — University of Wisconsin-Madison: Union South 

December 11, 2011
Survey May Lead to USU Upgrades 

Cal State Long Beach students are visiting the University Student Union less than the national average of student union visits, according to a survey conducted by program management firm Brailsford & Dunlavey.Download

November 22, 2011
Student Life Center Proposed 

Development is currently underway to implement a new student life center on Augusta State University’s
Wrightsboro Road campus.Download

October 26, 2011
Campus Retains Consultant Firm for Lower Sproul Renovation Operating Costs 

As part of another step in the multimillion dollar Lower Sproul renovation project, UC Berkeley has recently retained a Washington D.C.-based consultant firm to assist in gauging the potential maintenance and operating costs associated with the project.Download

October 1, 2011
Georgia Gwinnett College Student Center 

Georgia Gwinnett College's student center was completed in time for the opening of its first residential housing.Download

July 10, 2011
Operating Cost Projections for Lower Sproul Renovation Show Deficit 

Projections for the operating costs of the redesigned Lower Sproul Plaza show a negative cash flow associated with the operation costs of the future facilities, according to a presentation from a consultant to the plaza’s renovation project.Download

March 28, 2011
OSU Student Center Design Takes Shape 

Plans are flying for the Student Experience Center — Oregon State University’s new student activities building — a space that will house the student-run organizations now in Snell Hall.Download

February 18, 2011
Construction of a New Holy Cross “Student Life” 

In a recent letter to the President's Council, Rev. Michael McFarland, S.J. explained that the core problem of the off-campus issues is the lack of an active, on-campus student life, especially compared to other similar schools.Download

January 1, 2011
ACUI Renovation & Construction Showcase — University of Missouri-Kansas City 

January 1, 2011
ACUI Renovation & Construction Showcase — University of Memphis 

January 1, 2011
ACUI Renovation & Construction Showcase — University of Southern California 

January 1, 2011
ACUI Renovation & Construction Showcase — California State University Channel Islands 

January 1, 2011
ACUI Renovation & Construction Showcase — The Ohio State University 

June 1, 2010
Architectural Showcase — Ohio Dominican University: Bishop James A. Griffin Student Center 

May 1, 2010
Facility Highlight — Ohio Dominican University 

April 1, 2010
Facility Focus: University of Vermont 

The University of Vermont's rich tradition is reflected in its bucolic quadrangle and the historic buildings that surround it.Download

March 23, 2010
Walking the Walk: University of Vermont's Dudley H. Davis Center "LEEDS" Environmental Stewardship on Campus 

Receiving the distinction of being the first student center to receive LEED Gold certification for new construction from the U.S. Green Building Council has not been an achievement taken lightly by the students and full-time staff working at the Dudley H. Davis Center at The University of Vermont (UVM).Download

January 22, 2010
ASG Discusses BSC Survey Results 

Cost continues to be the determining factor whether Miami University students support the proposed Bicentennial Student Center (BSC). Results from the recent BSC financial assessment survey, funded by Associated Student Government (ASG) and conducted by Brailsford & Dunlavey, were a topic of discussion at Tuesday's ASG meeting.Download

November 24, 2009
Roosevelt University to Construct 32-Story Building 

Officials at Roosevelt University are moving forward with a plan to build what they say would be the second-tallest university building in the nation. Construction on the 32-story, $110 million building is set to begin in February on the site of the old Herman Crown Center in the 400 block of South Wabash Avenue.Download

November 1, 2009
Construction Sale: 20 Percent Off 

If you have a backlog of deferred maintenance or a new building program ready to roll out, now's the time.Download

October 4, 2009
Architectural Excellence Honored 

Four Louisville projects and one from Lexington were among the winners from 36 entries for the annual Excellence in Architectural Design awards from the Kentucky Society of Architects, a chapter of the American Institute of Architects.Download

September 23, 2009
ASUC Hires Consultant to Analyze Lower Sproul Renovation Efforts 

The ASUC and UC Berkeley administration selected a private consultant Monday that will help efforts to raise student fees to fund the renovation of Lower Sproul Plaza and the surrounding student union complex.Download

September 16, 2009
Flavors of California: New Buildings at Loyola Marymount U. and the U. of San Diego 

New buildings at two California institutions--Loyola Marymount University and the University of San Diego--demonstrate that diversity is still the hallmark of campus architecture in the state.Download

October 1, 2008
True to Its Roots 

To those who browsed its aisles a few years ago, the UVM Bookstore on the University of Vermont (UVM) campus in Burlington was considered nothing out of the ordinary.Download

May 5, 2008
UT Student Center Plans Finally Done 

After three years of preparation, the final plans for the Student Activity Center await approval by the UT System Board of Regents.Download

April 1, 2008
What Does It Mean to Go Green? 

When people talk about green building, the term “LEED rating” usually bubbles to the surface: it’s a badge of honor for green construction projects.Download

March 12, 2008
Improvement to UC Dining, Access Sought 

Plans to redeem the status of the University Center and make it more accommodating to the lifestyles of UH students are under way, Brailsford and Dunlavey Assistant Project Manager Hakim Chambers said.Download

August 26, 2007
Davis Center Emerges As UVM’s Centerpiece 

Superlatives don't quite capture the Dudley H. Davis Center, the University of Vermont's mammoth new landmark at the top of Main Street celebrating its opening today.Download

August 12, 2007
Cat's Meow 

The University of Vermont calls its new $61 million Dudley H. Davis student center "the largest and most ambitious building" in its history, a brick beacon that will serve as the school's "front door."Download

August 9, 2007
Union's Goal: Bring Students Together 

The amenities sound like something you'd find in a hotel-casino or a movie star's home: a ballroom, a theater, cozy fireplaces and a view of the mountains.Download

August 9, 2007
Facelift for UNR 

The University of Nevada, Reno has been spending big bucks to give a facelift to the campus.Download

August 1, 2007
The Urban Mixed-Use Campus 

The classic image of the college campus in the American imagination tends to be the Thomas Jefferson–designed University of Virginia, for example, or Stanford University, both with large lawns, flower gardens, and stately quads creating a place separate from the cities they inhabit.Download

July 19, 2007
Newcomb Hall Is Work in Progress 

When it was built in 1958, Newcomb Hall was considered to be the first of its kind.Download

March 22, 2007
Major Plans in Works for West Union 

As the campus community evaluates the recommendations in the recently released Campus Culture Initiative report, the University has also begun a rigorous evaluation of the West Union Building and other social spaces on West Campus, administrators confirmed Wednesday.Download

March 19, 2007
Student Union Survey Results Presented at Town-Hall Meeting 

More than one hundred students showed up at Pierson Auditorium on Thursday evening for a discussion on the proposed new student union.Download

January 17, 2007
A More Perfect Union 

Two weeks after the Starbucks opened on the first floor of Norris University Center, the lounge continues to draw a steady flow of students to study and drink coffee in a space that once was almost empty.Download

December 1, 2006
Award of Merit - Higher Education — Haverford College: Douglas Gardner Integrated Athletic Center; University of Baltimore: Student Services Center 

November 14, 2006
Coffee Clash 

A tall coffee and a cinnamon twist pastry signaled the beginning of a new era Monday morning at the Indiana Memorial Union.Download

August 21, 2006
Board Takes on Campus Renovations 

Following up on many of their campaign platforms, Associated Students executive board members, led by A.S. President Matt Keipper are tackling long-time campus concerns.Download

April 4, 2006
New University Center Wins Student Vote With a Landslide 

After four days of voting, students approved the referendum that will allow for the funding of a new University Center by a vote of 84.5 percent to 15.5 percent, according to the official tally.Download

March 2, 2006
Student Activities Center Referendum Approved 

With more than two-thirds of the vote, the student body passed a referendum Wednesday to build a Student Activities Center next to Gregory Gym on the east side of campus pending final approval by the UT System Board of Regents.Download

January 27, 2006
Juggling the Costs of Campus 'Amenities' When Students Help Decide What to Spend 

Administrators at the University of California at San Diego have known since the late 1990s that the Price Center, the campus's primary student union, needed to be renovated and expanded.Download

January 1, 2006
Five Critical Elements of Successful Fee Referenda Campaigns 

Administrators and student government leaders at Associated Students, Inc. at California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo eagerly awaited the final tally of student student body referenda.Download

November 15, 2005
A Look at the Campus Life Master Plan 

The Campus Life Master Plan features an ambitious, $45 million prospect that is intended to transform the Wood Center into an all-inclusive, student-friendly hub.Download

November 10, 2005
Davies Center May See Overhaul 

The Davies Exploratory Committee is working to educate students on their student union, Davies Center, for several reasons.Download

November 2, 2005
Student Input Sought on SAC Plans 

Students packed the Glenn Maloney Room on the ground level of the Student Services Building Tuesday evening, filling every seat and lining the walls as they gathered to share their input on needs that should be filled by a proposed Student Activity Center.Download

May 6, 2005
Regents Ask UI to Rethink Union 

The University of Iowa will go back to the drawing board for some of its Iowa Memorial Union design aspects presented Thursday to the Iowa state Board of Regents.Download

February 24, 2005
Focus Group Addresses Student Concerns 

By speaking with about 40 to 50 UW-Eau Claire students and faculty Wednesday and today, program manager and facility planner for Brailsford & Dunlavey Bart Hall said he hopes to provide university officials a better picture of what students are looking for in campus facilities.Download

December 14, 2004
Students Get a Sneak Peek at Wood Facelift 

A new campus report calls for the end of Lola Tilly Commons, the expansion of the bookstore, suite-style student housing, and various other changes in hopes of improving quality of life on campus.Download

December 1, 2004
An Ambitious New University Commons 

The University of Vermont’s ambitious new student commons, set to break ground in the spring of 2005, is a case study in how a data-driven approach can build consensus for a much needed but financially challenging project, while pointing the way toward design specifics.Download

August 24, 2004
Firm Selected to Design New Student Union 

An outside firm, Brailsford & Dunlavey, conducted two surveys in 2003 in order to evaluate the needs of students and different organizations on campus.Download

February 13, 2003
Campus Center One Step Closer 

CWRU has begun detailed planning for an exciting new, $50-million campus centerDownload

September 7, 1998
Big Men on Campus Win Over New Fans 

Many colleges and universities around the country know whom to call when they want to build a recreation center or other sports facility on campus.Download