Mark Humphreys

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As Student Housing Booms, Builders Eye Opportunities

College enrollment has exploded in recent years, but campuses and college towns have struggled to keep up with demand. More

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Saved Lives

Six years ago, architect Mark Humphreys specified carbon monoxide detectors for multifamily homes with attached garages that he was designing. Though not required, "I felt there could be a danger if someone left their car running in a garage and, as a result, it killed someone inside," says Humphreys, principal of Humphreys and Partners Architects in Dallas. More

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