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When Project-Based Learning Works

We know that all students do not learn the same. They have different learning styles and learn at different paces. We once educated students around a core set of knowledge. Now the needs of the 21st... > READ MORE

Construction of Iowa’s Largest Solar Site Nearing Completion

Earlier this fall, Alliant Energy started generating energy from two new solar gardens in Dubuque. This winter, the company is finishing up minor landscaping work around the projects.

The... > READ MORE

Learning Needs to Happen Everywhere

Can learning happen everywhere in your school – literally? It may sound far-fetched, but that’s exactly how school buildings are being designed today.

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The 3D Technology Turning Point

Hello, and welcome to my first delve into the blogging world. In this blog, I am going to cover technology in the areas of civil design and construction.

The industry, as a whole, is turning... > READ MORE

5 Tips for School Referendum Communication

Over the past decade, one item has single-handedly had the greatest impact on the success of school building referendums: Communication. It’s not that communication wasn’t important before then.... > READ MORE