CEI Materials Aids Architects In Successful Adaptive Reuse Projects
The first American adaptive reuse project was in California in the mid 1960s. The idea of adaptive reuse came about as a means of land conservation and to address the rapid occurrence of urban sprawl. The ability to reuse a site, to adapt or renovate an often societal or historically significant building, can in some cases produce mixed responses. The controversial nature of this segment is specifically related to the idea of historic preservation. Yet, in its essence adaptive reuse is about conservation and more often than not architects produce successful examples of revitalization.
CEI Materials Assists Architects In Hilton Worthy Of New England Patriots Fans
The Hilton Garden Inn Foxborough at Patriot Place is the exciting hotel owned and developed by XSS Hotels of Manchester. PROCON, also of Manchester, served as the hotel’s designers and general contractors. The project overlooks the home of the New England Patriots, Gillette Stadium. Only one of two hotels at Patriot Place, Town Manager William Keegan Jr. describes, “This latest venture not only compliments their neighboring Renaissance (Hotel), but another quality hotel at this location will help further support and grow our regional economy.”
Illinois College Undergoes Massive Renovation To Modernize The Campus
Harper College in Palatine, IL, is currently undergoing a massive renovation. The plan, which was established in 2008, would enable the campus to be improved and modernized over twelve years, with construction set to be completed by 2020. One such renovation was the college’s Building H, which houses the school’s Engineering and Technology Center. In order to build the modernized facility, two 1970s era buildings were renovated in a project funded by the State of Illinois.
Luxury DC Condominiums Blend Old And New Architectural Styles
As described in the Washington Post, “10Eleven condominiums meld modern, classical aesthetics.” The beautiful new condos sit in the Northwest Washington DC neighborhood the Shaw. Featuring 71 luxury residences, the building is found at the corner of 11th and M streets and replaced a former parking lot.
What Contributes To The Automotive Markets Consistent Brand Image
One of the most recognized components of the corporate identity market is automotive design. The designs of these auto moguls like Chevrolet, Nissan, Toyota, Buick, Hyundai, and Ford, produce the most consistent and most recognizable brands in the world. Part of this consistency is produced by the utilization of signature colors and modular techniques.