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  • steel a glance

    Are you feeling hopeful? well you SHOULD be… because now that steel is going up at the Hope Center… there is a lot to feel hopeful about. Before you know it there will be nearly 50 new residences for men who are ready to start fresh – after working extremely hard (with the Hope Center’s […]
  • i/A in NYC

    Last week I was fortunate enough to take a few days off from the daily grind to explore the AIA’s National Convention on Architecture in New York – A’18. To say that the energy and enthusiasm from the thousands of architects attending were high – would be a drastic understatement.  It was humbling, exciting, energizing, […]
  • up, up, and away

    And just like that – before you even knew it – Owensboro’s newest (and much-needed) parking structure is out of the ground. Similar to the Grits (the garage immediately next door), with the exception of an awesome, convention center-inspired screen wall and an additional level, the Locust Street garage could be a game changer for downtown […]
  • black spectacles

    If you’re studying for the ARE (an Architect’s official licensing exam), then first and foremost – I’m sorry. Secondly, if you haven’t heard of Black Spectacles then you need to get familiar because it’s definitely a help in navigating the rigors of registration. ‘Black Specs’ is an online resource that contains hundreds of hours of video […]
  • breaking ground

    We broke ground yesterday in downtown Owensboro for the new Locust Street Garage!  Check out the coverage by clicking that pretty little rendering up there…
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