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Andrew Glass discusses new technology (such as 3D printing and pre-fabrication) and how he believes these developments will change the future of AEC businesses.
Spotlight on Ambassador of First Impressions, Chelsea Meyers.
Press release by the City of Cincinnati on the grand opening of the new District 3 Police Headquarters
WCPO Cincinnati covered the Grand Opening of the Cincinnati Police District 3 Headquarters. Visit the original link for photos.
Come celebrate the grand opening of the Cincinnati Police District 3 Station on July 1st at 6:30pm!
To celebrate the Grand Opening of the Cincinnati Police District 3 Station, the newest addition to the community, we would like to invite you to participate in a photo contest!
emersion DESIGN attends Healthovate! Cincinnati at Xavier University.
Here are just a few ideas to begin planning your staycation in Cincinnati.
In honor of his birthday yesterday, we have asked some emersion-ites to answer a couple questions on the architectural legacy: Frank Lloyd Wright.
Spotlight on Architectural Designer, Andrew (Andy) Glass.
We’ve been seeing construction progress photos coming into our office from our contractors in the field that have been taken with the use of drones. They allow us to monitor field conditions from vantage points that would otherwise be difficult to achieve. But the full impact of the use of drones in architecture didn’t spark for me until I saw this video posted on Dezeen about a month ago.
Some companies involved in construction are using non-traditional practices that could change the entire industry.
Chad Edwards of emersion DESIGN was asked to sit on a panel to discuss supply chain considerations in the Architecture/ Engineering/ Construction/ Education industries. Alongside Chad were Brian Frank of Cincinnati State Technical and Community College and Richard Zoller of Messer Construction. The session was moderated by Pamela Brailsford of Cintas Corporation and sponsored by […]
Charlie Kemp and Mike Sundrup give a status update about halfway through a year-long contract of inspecting roofs for US Army Reserve facilities.
Spotlight on Project Manager, Mike Chapman.
Christie shares a poetic look at the insight she has gained from nature and the unbuilt environment toward for architects everywhere.
Melissa Johnson is a proud citizen of Hamilton County. She has great hopes for the revitalization of the area in the upcoming years.
Spotlight on Principal and Project Manager, Mark Stedtefeld.
Heather Ratliff combines her love of animals and interior design in the renovation of the League for Animal Welfare’s (LFAW) recent lobby renovation.
Press release from the Greater Cincinnati Green Business Council regarding their award for green advocacy at the recent Green Business Awards from the Cincinnati Business Courier and the Cincinnati Regional Chapter of the US Green Building Council
Living Arrangements for the Developmentally Disabled, or LADD, plans to build a 10,000-square-foot building to house the nonprofit’s offices and staff training space. The organization celebrated the launch of what is expected to be a multi-year project during a Thursday afternoon event.
Shawn tells about his recent submission to the Boston Living with Water design competition “Thriving with Water”. Prompted to find “solutions envisioning a more resilient, more sustainable, and more beautiful Boston adapted for end-of-the-century climate conditions and rising sea levels.”
Designer, Megan Griffith, describes seeing a project come to fruition at the ribbon cutting for the recently opened Rosenthal Education Center.
emersion DESIGN’s annual chili cook-off in honor of National Tortilla Chip Day!
From Shawn’s personal blog – What does it really mean to design for resiliency? Or for a building, or city to be resilient?
Spotlight on our new Project Manager, Christie Boron!
emersion DESIGN is pleased to announce the hiring of Project Manager, Christie Boron.
The USGBC MA (United States Green Building Council Massachusetts Chapter) recently held elections for the Board of Directors of 2015. The voting process took place through the USGBC MA website and was open to all chapter members. The eight members elected, comprised of two re-elections and six new members, were announced at the Chapter’s annual meeting January 22nd, 2015.
Heather invites us all to attend the AIA Cincinnati Equity in Architecture Chapter Committee kick-off event. The meeting will be held January 20, 2015 5:30 pm at The Famous Neons Un-plugged.