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- InSinkerator's Wisconsin Office Enables Research and DesignThe world’s largest manufacturer of garbage disposals and instant hot water dispensers wanted a modern, state-of-the-art work environment that would optimize productivity and help attract and retain employees.
- Library/Housing Project Relies on Tech ToolsIndependence Library and Apartments is a 65,000-sq-ft mixed-use project developed through a partnership with Chicago Public Library and the Chicago Housing Authority.
- Iowa Pork Processing Plant Uses Captured Methane as FuelPrestage Farms has grown from a four-person family business in 1983 into a company that employs more than 2,700, contracts with more than 470 farms and produces more than 1.4 billion lb of pork and turkey each year.
- Massachusetts Considers Substituting Geothermal for Natural GasAt a Nov. 12 committee meeting, proponents testified about a system to use geothermal energy in neighborhood-scale district heating systems. A nonprofit organization is collaborating with utility companies to move ahead with the GeoMicroDistrict system.
- UC Gardner Creates First-of-its-Kind Facility for Treating Neurological DisordersThe UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute is a first-of-its kind facility for treatment of neurological disorders that houses 15 clinical specialty areas under one roof with every inch designed to blend patient care and architecture.
- Sophisticated Liberal Arts Program Built Into Illinois K-12 SchoolCannonDesign and International Contractors Inc. were the architecture and construction management team charged with taking the community of Burbank, Ill.’s vision of a 21st-century learning environment and turning into a reality.
- Renovation of Tate Science and Teaching Lab Brings Together University of Minnesota DepartmentsA comprehensive renovation and new addition was needed to enhance scientific interaction between faculty and students through flexible spaces. The program addresses the laboratory and office needs of both the School of Physics and Astronomy and the Department of Earth Sciences.