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“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”, doesn’t necessarily ring true for the spirits industry - specifically, the impressive structures that house Kentucky bourbon!
With changes to building codes, Cross-laminated timber (CLT) is a new generation of engineered wood which has been gaining popularity as a viable building material.
Similar to their Millennial counterparts, Generation Z students (and their parents) simply expect more.
There’s no arguing that the implementation of technology is a necessity in healthcare, but where is the line drawn?
Thoughtful design may include planning for a second life for parking structures
One group helping to implement many of these cutting-edge changes to higher-ed campuses in Kentucky and Indiana is Luckett & Farley.
ZWEIG GROUP ANNOUNCES 2017 BEST FIRMS TO WORK FOR LIST