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Massachusetts Hotel Brings Upscale Vibe To Downtown Worcester
The AC Hotel in Worcester, Massachusetts is a $30 million modern development, bringing a present-day elegance to city travelers. In an article in MassLive, the authors describe, “With a bar that specializes in cocktails, a ballroom adorned with chandeliers and an outdoor event space for weddings and parties, Worcester's new AC Hotel by Marriott is bringing an upscale vibe to downtown.”
How Building Materials Influence Automotive Brand Image
Corporate automotive design has, in recent years, began to tell a new story. Big brands are making moves towards more modern, sleek designs for their dealerships. The use of contemporary building materials allows corporate branding to tell a story, showcasing to the world a variety of attributes.
JOB OPENING: CEI Materials Seeks Design Engineer For Design Department
We are seeking a highly motivated individual that works well in a team environment. Responsibilities include completing design work pertaining to different phases of projects: preliminary, production, and installation drawings; Creating and designing panels for fabrication; Coordinating and collaborating with project management and production.
Architects Design Luxury Student Housing For U of M Students In Ann Arbor
In downtown Ann Arbor, MI stands the over 170,000 square-foot Hub at 603 E. Huron. The modern urban development boasts 124 residential units over 14 floors. The building accommodates premier off-campus student housing for University of Michigan students. The fully furnished apartments allow students the “walk-to-campus” convenience with modern amenities.
Architects Design Impressive Police Headquarters To Fit Growing Needs Of Community
Hoefer Wysocki Architecture completed the Council Bluffs Police Headquarters in Council Bluffs, Iowa in 2018. The new law enforcement center took over a nearly 40-year-old building the department simply outgrew. The architects describe, “At 19,000 sq. ft., the original police station, attached to the Pottawatomie County Courthouse, proved too small to effectively serve the growing community.”

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