‘Worth the wait’: Randy Dreiling delivers first football state title to Aquinas
The St. Thomas Aquinas Saints defeated the Wichita Northwest Grizzlies 49-28 in the Class 5A Kansas high school football state championship game in Pittsburg.
Why China's consumers are attracted to U.S. restaurant brands
Chinese consumers fear tainted food much more than fat, salt and sugar, and health concerns about eating at some native establishments have them clamoring for KFC, Pizza Hut and other American brands as healthier alternatives. "They won't recycle oil that they salvage from sewers as too many food street vendors do, they won't put cardboard in their batter as some dumpling restaurants do, and they won't use expired or tainted ingredients," said one Chinese KFC fan.
Grosvenor to focus on design as plans announced for 30,000 homes
Firm aims to become 'master developer' with focus on high-quality urban design
Winter Storms Challenge Barn, Horse Owners
Winter 2015 is piling snow, sleet, and freezing rain on much of the country. Find out how horse owners are coping.
Living Architecture: 100-Seat Church Made of Real Trees
This amazing church in New Zealand was crafted from dozens of living trees, which will form into a strong natural structure as they continue to grow.
Galesburg Amtrak Train Station Renewal
Legat Architects designed an expansion and upgrades to the Amtrak train station in Galesburg, Illinois.
Building God's Way
The world’s way of construction, by most measures, is a broken process. The BuildingSmart Alliance estimates that as much as 70% of commercial construction projects are over budget or late. Learn about the revolutionary Building God’s Way approach that integrates biblical stewardship, relationships and ministry outreach, and cuts construction costs by up to 30% Learn how your church can take advantage of more affordable building options in your area, including adaptive re-use of existing commercial buildings Discover a dynamic and cost-effective 3-day design process that has helped more than 700 ministries nationwide to cast a clear vision for the future and bring their ministry dreams to life! Learn about the latest innovations in the design of…
ADA Related Lawsuits: What to Know
Collins Collins Muir + Steward LLP Are you looking for a program to meet the California Architects Board ADA course requirement? AIAOC is offering you an opportunity to earn 1.0 qualifying hour for license renewal also qualifies for 1.0 AIA HSW Credit The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) creates multiple triggers for lawsuits against Architects and owners. Knowing the triggers and scope of such lawsuits may aid Architects in avoiding such suits and advising their clients to do the same. Attendees will review a broad range of ADA-related suits and discuss what to do if you or a client get involved or sued Presenter $30 Non-Members Joshua A. Cohen, Esq., has been with the law firm…
10 buildings you must see around the new boom-time Washington
Architecture got bolder but — heaven forfend — not too bold. It is D.C.
2017 LeadingAge WI Spring Conference
May 3-5, | Appleton, WI WHAT: A clear sense of purpose enables you to focus on what matters most -- taking risks regardless of the challenges or obstacles ahead. We are lucky. As aging services providers, it’s easy for us to see the value of our work. The lives we touch and the families and caregivers we support -- all have an impact well beyond the walls of our organizations; however, to find real purpose and meaning in what we do, it is important that we tap our own potential, find the courage and determination to live our mission with focus on the values, talent, skills, and passion of those we serve to make a difference in the world LeadingAge Wisconsin invites you to attend our 2017 Spring Conference & Annual Business Meeting.…