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The renovations for the Cincinnati Art Museum Longworth Wing are wrapping up.
"It’s really great to see Art Museum Staff moved into their new offices. We've really enjoyed working with them over these many months, so it’s pretty rewarding to see them finally move into space that we hope will serve them really well. They’re coming from spaces scattered all over the museum, including some basement and even storage spaces, into spaces with high ceilings and filled with daylight. Now we can’t wait for later in the spring when the library on the third floor opens to the public!"
- Jim Cheng, Lead Designer
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Congratulations to our very own Chad Edwards on becoming the new Green Umbrella President !
Chad is a LEED Accredited Professional, and was previously the president of the USGBC Cincinnati Chapter. He is a long-time advocate for sustainability, personable, a hard-worker, and a man with a vision!
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The Business Courier and U.S. Green Building Council Cincinnati Regional Chapter have announced the winners for the 2013 Green Business Awards. The awards celebrate the people, companies and organizations that demonstrate leadership in sustainable practices and projects. emersion DESIGN was honored to receive the award for our submission in the Green Advocacy category for our work with Columbia Gas and Energy Efficiency Training for Ohio architects, engineers, and developers.
>> Find out more about the Energy Design Solutions program and the Business Courier's Green Business Awards
The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) dedicated the Advanced Power and Thermal Research Lab in a formal ribbon-cutting on Friday, December 7th, 2012.
This 53,000 square foot, three-story, multi-laboratory facility is devoted to fundamental and applied energy, power, and thermal research. It includes areas for materials processing, data acquisition, clean and dry rooms, and fabrication facilities. It also contains explosion-proof research chambers for advanced battery research, and Radio Frequency shielded labs for research in electro-magnetic interference.
>> learn more about APTRL