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901 New Hampshire in the News(letter)

2012-04-19 Posted By: Andrea Albright
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We Geek Kansas Libraries

2012-04-12 Posted By: Birgitta Reynolds
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Anna Newell and Lisa Lamb at the 2012 KSLA ConferenceAnna Newell and Lisa Lamb at the 2012 KSLA Conference

Coming soon to 1040 Vermont...

2012-04-06 Posted By: Birgitta Reynolds

Fresh Perspective

2012-04-06 Posted By: Birgitta Reynolds
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Conference room with configurable furnishings.Conference room with configurable furnishings.
Interior glass walls provide transparency throughout the office. Interior glass walls provide transparency throughout the office.
Reception area separated from a breakout space with a glass wallReception area separated from a breakout space with a glass wall

Eisenhower Ridge Building 19 Recognized at 2012 Capstone Awards

2012-04-05 Posted By: Patty Weaver
Rick Kready, Pioneer Group, with Julie Cawby (l), Treanor project manager, and Joy Coleman (r), Treanor principal.Rick Kready, Pioneer Group, with Julie Cawby (l), Treanor project manager, and Joy Coleman (r), Treanor principal.

Breaking New Ground

2012-04-02 Posted By: Andrea Albright

50 & Counting: The new frontier of preservation

2012-03-15 Posted By: Patty Weaver

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To many, the buildings of the 1950s and 1960s are aging eyesores in need of a facelift – or demolition. In reality, they are the new ground for preservation.

Structures built during this time period have long suffered from bad public relations. Many see them as too hard to repair. Ugly. Out of style. Not energy efficient – and not old enough to preserve. However, federal standards recognize postwar buildings— age 50 or older— as candidates for the National Register of Historic Places, and potentially for rehabilitation tax credits. It’s time to take a second look.

Midcentury Building: What to do...

2012-03-15 Posted By: Patty Weaver

Happy International Women's Day!

2012-03-08 Posted By: Birgitta Reynolds
The women of Treanor's Lawrence 6th Street office.The women of Treanor's Lawrence 6th Street office.

Residence Hall Design in the Success of Student Learning

2012-01-30 Posted By: Emily Bengoa