About

This blog is a place for information and discussion about the Master Facilities Planning Project at Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District.  This planning project is a community-based effort to assess how the District’s vision for 21st Century educational practices and tools can best be integrated into the physical environment of the school buildings.

The District is working with Fielding Nair International in collaboration with studioTECHNE|architects and Fanning Howey to study the following:

  • Transforming the Facilities for 21st Century Learning
  • Academic, Cultural and Athletic Requirements
  • Operational and Building Efficiency
  • Renovation vs. New Construction
  • Sustainability + Energy Conservation
  • Educational Partnerships with Local Businesses and Institutions

Fielding Nair International is an educational facility planning and architectural design firm. FNI plans and designs school facilities for today and tomorrow with one primary goal in mind—to improve learning.

Fanning Howey are architects and design consultants focused on designing schools that make an important, enduring, and sustainable contribution to the vitality of our communities.

studioTECHNE|architects is a local architectural research, design and planning firm dedicated to developing unique environments for our clients—environments which improve their daily interactions and connections to each other.­

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2 Responses to About

  1. jabba64 says:

    Is this blog an official outlet for information from the school board or an independent effort?

    • This blog is operated by the master planning team of Fielding Nair, Fanning Howey, and studioTECHNE, it is the official outlet of information for the master planning project, content is reviewed and approved by the school district through its public relations department. We thank you for your interest and hope you will continue to follow posts and updates.

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