Educational Facility Engineering
Encouraging Future Generations with 21st Century Design
K-12 facilities have unique requirements with the mission to educate as well as protect students and double as community shelters. Teaching methods are evolving to support distance learning, small group instruction and alternative learning methods, while also incorporating expanded use of computers and technology. Energy efficiency, robust technology availability and appropriate security measures are priorities for education providers.
Higher education providers are facing increased competition among potential students and a demand for specialized programs, resulting in highly technical buildings, multi-purpose facilities and unique amenities, often demanding alternative financing arrangements. Many campuses require an understanding of major sports venues, high tech libraries and special instructional spaces. With so many unique features, designing for education requires understanding them all—and TLC Engineering Solutions has the track record to prove that we do. We’d like to tackle the challenges of your next project.
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Ryan D. Fryman Principal email@example.com 904.396.8343
TLC is a great company with a great history of doing great projects. I knew this before I came to TLC and now I get to be a part of the greatness. That was what I thought when I came to TLC 16 years ago and that feeling has never let up. I found fantastic opportunities the minute I walked in the door at TLC.
Over 70 million students are educated daily in classrooms designed by TLC.