Renovate, Innovate, Update – CORE and the Mount Pleasant Library

Renovate, Innovate, Update – CORE and the Mount Pleasant Library

Renovate, Innovate, Update – CORE and the Mount Pleasant Library

The Carnegie Corporation of New York awarded a single government grant totaling $682,000 which paid for the construction of four public libraries. One of the last Carnegie libraries built in the United States using that grant is the Mount Pleasant Library in...

Taking on the 2030 Challenge – Starting at “Z” (for zHome)

Taking on the 2030 Challenge – Starting at “Z” (for zHome)

Taking on the 2030 Challenge – Starting at “Z” (for zHome)

The Northwestern section of the United States has earned a reputation for encouraging “green” building.  For example, the mayor of Seattle, WA joined the mayors of Miami, Chicago and Albuquerque to present a resolution to the U.S. Conference of Mayors in May 2006 to...

BIM Server Bridges Time Zones for Global Team’s Goal: Preserving the Mithoff Hotel

BIM Server Bridges Time Zones for Global Team’s Goal: Preserving the Mithoff Hotel

BIM Server Bridges Time Zones for Global Team’s Goal: Preserving the Mithoff Hotel

A historic hotel becomes the focal point for a revolutionary approach to global design. Originally built in 1820 as a two-story brick building, what’s now known as the Mithoff Hotel was first called the Swan Hotel. In 1866, Theodore Mithoff, a local banker and...