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A Trip to Denver

While there are an abundance of activities in Denver and its surrounding area, a destination that should particularly stand out is the Denver Art Museum. The Art Museum renovated and expanded in October 2021 with a build out of the north campus. The updates include a brand-new welcome center and renovation of one of the
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A Community Bridge: John Lewis Memorial Bridge

The John Lewis Memorial Bridge opened on October 2nd, 2021, in Northgate, Seattle, providing ease of travel times and access to transit, businesses, parks, and medical services. The bridge spans 1,900 feet over the I-5 interstate and connects North Seattle College and an existing transit center on either side, with the addition of the newest
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A Historical Monument: Hotel Del Coronado

An icon in Southern California, the Hotel Del Coronado was historical in its contributions to the San Diego area and even considered a “technological marvel” for it’s time.  “The Del,” as it has come to be known, debuted in 1888, with features uncommon for a hotel such as plumbing, furnaces, and electrical lighting through the whole building. The
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Introducing the NEW KLIK Linear Line

Announcing the latest addition to KLIK products: EKKO, our newest, updated, wet-rated linear line. The EKKO is a more advanced version of our LEDstream, now UL-Listed for outdoor and wet-location use providing uninterrupted continuous runs and miters even in IP66 applications. The linear line is housed with discrete 1” wide aluminum profiles and the optional
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Introducing the Mistik

We are excited to share one of our latest KLIK USA products, the KLIK LEDpod™ Mistik. A new addition to our LEDpod family, the Mistik features the LEDpodTM XL28 fixture housed in a metal enclosure. The Mistik is stocked in both cylinder and rectangle form factors. In the last year, we received many custom requests
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Darwin Martin House

A National Historic Landmark, the Darwin Martin House was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the years 1903 to 1905. Of his many completed structures, the house was the most highly developed design of all of Frank Lloyd Wright’s “Prairie Houses” on the east coast of the U.S. Defined by Wright, prairie houses are “married
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