Monthly Archives: December 2011
Posted in Architecture | Employees | Structural Engineering by Brad Breneisen (Graphic Design) on December 23, 2011
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Recently, LDG Receptionist Donna Harrison revealed her creative side with these delicious mice infested Christmas trees
Maybe you’ve seen these before but I was pleasantly surprised by the creativity and simplicity of this project and had to share it. The mice’s ears are almond slices and their bodies are chocolate covered cherries – the rest is pretty simple. Donna explained that these are fun projects to do with kids of all ages (and adults too). We’d love to hear about creative projects that get your family engaged in design over the holidays.
Posted in Architecture | Communities | Current Events | Innovative Solutions | Project Management | Site Design & Land Development | Structural Engineering by David I. Balzer, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP+, Project Manager (Project Manager - Brand Architecture) on December 22, 2011
Recently, we’ve been involved in a unique restoration project in Wysox, PA for Dandy Mini Marts. The project involves the restoration of a local landmark; the old Piollet House. I’ll be devoting a series of upcoming posts that will provide further insight into this exciting project. The following video segment features WVIA’s Bill Kelly interviewing Dandy Mini Marts’ Randy Williams and provides some excellent background on the project. Stay tuned…No comments yet | Permalink |