Recent News

04 March 2019

Since 1998, ASHRAE presents an annual scholarship in the name of our founder - Mr. Henry Adams. This year's scholarship was awarded to Charleson Asibor, a mechanical engineering student at the University of Lagos. Recipients are chosen based on studies at a 4-year institution, character,...

25 February 2019

  The Baldwin Apartments recently hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating their grand opening. The new building is a 100 percent affordable housing community. The Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development, Brian Kenner, and DC Mayor, Muriel Bowser, were two...

18 January 2019

Towson University recently closed the Glen Dining Hall in preparation for its renovation. The project is being timed with the construction of the University Union. With the two projects finishing roughly a year apart, the students of Towson University will be able to enjoy an all-new dining...

19 December 2018

Brookland is welcoming a new addition to the neighborhood. Construction has begun for the mixed-use building located at the corner of Northeast DC’s Monroe and 7th Street. HENRY ADAMS contributed to the development of the new building by providing the MEP Engineering design including HVAC, building...

28 November 2018

Towson’s Student Union is making headway on its transformation into a more functional and exciting space for the University’s growing community. The “new” $84M, 256,000 SF building includes a 300-seat auditorium and movie theater among other new spaces.

12 November 2018

The Pilot School, located in Wilmington, Delaware, opened its doors to their new facility in November of 2016 and is still receiving well-deserved praise for its exceptional design. The School originated in 1957 as an educational experiment consisting of a class of five young boys, and two...

23 October 2018

Two recently completed projects have been awarded by Engineering News Record (ENR) as part of the 2018 Best Projects awards competition. Projects submitted compete in 20 specialized categories. The Cade Museum for Creativity + Invention located in Gainesville, Florida was awarded Best Small Project...

22 October 2018

Alexandria City Public Schools held a public dedication of the new elementary school to a large crowd. This included a short program involving all 450 students. Notable attendees included Ferdinand T. Day’s daughter – Gwen Day-Fuller, City Council members, Congressman Don Beyer, and Deborah S....

05 September 2018

Last Tuesday, the College of William and Mary held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the newly constructed McLeod Tyler Wellness Center. Students, donors, and members of the Board of Visitors and President of the University all gathered to celebrate the opening of the new building. Named after its...

31 August 2018

Alexandria City Public Schools held a small private ribbon cutting ceremony yesterday to celebrate the official opening of Ferdinand T. Day Elementary School. This marks an important contribution to ACPS, being the first new school to open since 2000. The event was held privately for members of...

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