Michael has traveled the Globe, and for this week’s entry regales us with his story of hiking the Appalachian Trail.
Heather gives an overview of the recent Symposium on Sustainability in Health Care and her takeaways from speaker, Jeff Thompson’s, keynote speech.
Spotlight on Architect, Krista Paas Nicholas.
Chad Edwards appeared on Make Peace with Nature, a syndicated, public affairs television program which deals with solutions to problems of conservation, energy and the environment. David F. Surber, host of the broadcast, has produced all 2000 editions.
Do something amazing today – donate blood and save a life! We’re hosting a blood drive Monday, April 21st from 1-3 pm with Hoxworth Blood Center.
Resident Guru, Bryant Cherry, attended his first design lunch and was kind enough to share his experience. This month’s lunch was ttitled “o LIMP ics” – inspired by abandoned Olympic venues from games throughout history.
Jackie shares her concern for safety and encourages First Aid courses.
Spotlight on Pricipal/Project Manager, Alan Hautman!
Jim takes a moment to express his experience and impressions gained in working on the re-installation of Metrobot with the Contemporary Arts Center.
Heather relays her involvement with the League for Animal Welfare and her interest in advances in Canine hearing and Lab Animal Bioacoustics (FETCH-LAB).
Spotlight on Architect, Charlie Kemp.
A haiku for this week’s inspirational post from Chad.
Seven years ago, emersion DESIGN’s four employees generated $490,000 in sales in their first 12 months.
Article: Building Design + Construction – Transparent, fire rated stairwell enhances design of renovated Cincinnati Art Museum
When the Cincinnati Art Museum embarked on an $11 million renovation, the architects wanted the entrance and main stair to be as inviting as possible. Transparent, fire rated glazing from SAFTI FIRST was a key component of the design solution.
Spotlight on Project Architect, Heather Wehby.
Mark shares his observations through teaching young students about architecture and its rewards.
Heather explains her frustration and understanding (as well as observation of blatant disregard for) a necessary evil, building code regulations.
Alan tells us about his adventures in winemaking.
Spotlight on Interior Designer, Heather Ratliff.
Ground was broken Dec. 12 for a $2.9 million medical office building in Butler County that will be operated by Atrium Medical Center on the campus of Edgewood City Schools.
Spotlight on Architect, Lee Dunfield
Shawn Hesse has been appointed the City of Cambridge’s Subject Matter Expert for their Net Zero Task Force!
The 5th Annual Greater Cincinnati 3E Business Summit, held on Nov. 22nd at the Cintas Center at Xavier University, drew the largest turnout ever. Over 200 small and medium sized business leaders spent the day sharing best practices about how to save money, build market share and grow the green economy in our region.
Heather loves volunteering with the League for Animal Welfare, a non-profit and no-kill animal shelter in Batavia, Ohio. So she wanted to share their many wonderful events this holiday season.
Recently, we had a glorious soup day in the office! It was a great way to warm up on a dismal, gray monday afternoon. We had so much fun and enjoyed the array of flavors that we thought we would share a few of the recipes with everyone!
Spotlight on Interior Designer, Amy Green.
The American Institute of Architects (AIA) held their annual Cincinnati Design Awards (CDA) on Friday November 15, 2013. This marked the 17th year of the annual event. Winners were announced at the awards ceremony in The Hall of Mirrors at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza in downtown Cincinnati.
I wasn’t a military brat but I did grow up in a military family. My dad served before I was born – it was part of him and therefore a part of me. I had three grandparents serve during WWII. Yes, three. Both of my grandfathers were in the Army and my grandmother served as [...]
Spotlight on Resident Guru, Bryant Cherry!
Shawn had the pleasure of speaking at the North Dakota USGBC Chapter’s Annual Green Focus Meeting in Fargo. Each year the USGBC-ND has a focus for the event and this year’s theme was Neighborhood Development. Shawn’s presentation touched on how more rural communities can bolster their local economies, increase local jobs and income, and improve energy efficiency.
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- This week's #inspiration post was written by Michael Sundrup about his adventures on the #AppalachianTrail! >> http://t.co/HvStTwo1dD
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