Having a payment and performance bond in place can help schools mitigate risk and protect from potential loss.
Article by Heather DeBlanc, Liebert Cassidy Whitmore
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Whether building new or updating existing space, campus construction can consume more time and resources than anticipated. Early planning, strong contracts and continuous communication can help mitigate ...
Shift auxiliary program goals from arbitrary and out-of-reach to strategic and achievable using data sets and other national resources.
Article by Vinita Ahuja, Georgetown Day School
Communication is key during busy summer months, fostering connections among different sides of the business office as well as staff and faculty members upon their return to campus.
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When designing a shared school space, taking the time to collect different stakeholders’ perspectives in unbiased ways pays dividends.
Article by Adena Dershowitz, The Lycée Français de New York ...
Collaborative processes can help ensure new campus facilities align with a school’s mission.
Whether your school has acquired a new property, wants to replace aging facilities or build spaces for ...
Managing the infinite scenarios of transportation risk — from owning or outsourcing vehicles to corralling volunteer drivers — requires time, expertise and financial resources to keep everyone safe. ...
Stuart Country Day School’s campus-as-lab program, led by the school’s facilities director, enables students to solve real-world problems — while helping administrators collect campus data.
Building plans? Don’t wait until groundbreaking to engage with the neighbors.
From the May/June 2019 Net Assets magazine
Jeffrey Shields, FASAE, CAE NBOA President and CEO
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School facilities are notorious for hiding their true costs. A total cost of ownership approach can help you avoid surprises and make decisions that pay off years down the line.
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