Research & Special Reports


16th Annual College Construction Report

February 1st, 2011

The news is not all bad as college construction exceeds projections in a recovering economy. Learn about this and more in College Planning & Management's annual report on what facilities are being built or renovated on campuses across the country.


2010 Living on Campus: Special Report on College Housing

June 1st, 2010

The results of current research and our online survey detail the state of campus housing, including ongoing trends and preferences, in this annual report. Construction within the last year was very brisk, and sustainability and amenities continue to gain importance as projects are designed and constructed for a long life.


15th Annual College Construction Report

February 1st, 2010

Campus facilities are still being designed, built, and renovated, albeit at a slower pace this year as the economy moves towards recovery. Learn about this and more in College Planning & Management's annual report on what facilities are being built or renovated on campuses across the country.


2009 Living on Campus: Special Report on College Housing

June 1st, 2009

The cost of residence hall construction, along with the size of the facilities themselves, has fallen slightly this year. This information and more on current and predicted trends in residence facilities and the amenities they contain, gathered from the results of our 2009 college housing survey, are provided in this special report.


14th Annual College Construction Report

February 1st, 2009

The current economic woes are having an impact on college and university construction, yet facilities are still being designed, built, and renovated. Learn about this and more in College Planning & Management's annual report on what facilities are being built or renovated on campuses across the country.


2008 Living on Campus: Special Report on College Housing

June 1st, 2008

The cost of residence hall construction continues to rise, independent of facility size or location. This information and more on current and predicted trends in residence facilities and the amenities they contain, gathered from the results of our 2008 college housing survey, are provided in this special report.


13th Annual College Construction Report

February 1st, 2008

College construction increased significantly during the first six years of the 21st century, going from under $10B in 2001 to more than $15B in 2006. Learn about this, and more in College Planning & Management's annual report on what facilities are being built or renovated on campuses across the country.


2007 Living on Campus: Special Report on College Housing

June 1st, 2007

The ups and downs of college housing construction indicate that the costs per square foot and per bed are up, but the size of the projects and space per bed are down. This information and more on current and predicted trends gathered from the results of our 2007 college housing survey are provided in this special report.


12th Annual College Construction Report

February 1st, 2007

In 2006, colleges in the United States put over $15 billion worth of construction in place, a 260-percent increase over what was spent in 1997. And there appears to be no end in sight. College Planning & Management's 12th annual construction report provides information on what facilities are being built, where they are, and how much they cost, on campuses across the country.


11th Annual College Construction Report

February 1st, 2006

None of the cataclysmic natural events of 2005 had any appreciable effect on college construction completed within the calendar year. Completed construction totaled more than $14.5 billion. Projections for future construction indicate that it will keep expanding, and certainly the storms of the last year will exact a price.


10th Annual College Construction Report

February 1st, 2005

The amount of money spent on construction on college campuses throughout the United States has been increasing rapidly. In 1995, all college construction totaled just $6.1 billion. In 2002 and 2003, colleges spent almost twice as much, almost $11 billion each year. That spending in 2004 was significantly more - $13.7 billion.


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