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Back for the Fall Semester

With students from Colorado University-Boulder returning to campus this fall, featuring the newer addition to the campus, the Center for Academic Success and Engagement, seemed fitting. The 114,000-square-foot building opened in the summer of 2018, where specific departments, such as University Admissions, Veteran and Military Affairs, as well as departments like the accommodated testing center
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The Roaring 20’s: Guinness Style

If the hope of traveling abroad was on your 2020 bucket list, look no farther than the Guinness Open Gate Brewery located 10 miles outside of downtown Baltimore. Visitors to the first Guinness brewery to be opened in the U.S. in over 60 years will have a taste of Dublin in the U.S. through experiencing
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Elevating Workspaces: Microsoft Treehouses

Everyone knows happy employees are productive employees. And no industry has embraced this fact more completely than tech. In fact, it’s a virtual arms race to see who can make their employees the happiest. Free food. Massages. Concierge service. Whatever it takes to recruit and retain the top talent. While many companies try to create
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Integrating Lighting with Wildlife

The need for “Turtle-Friendly Amber” lights has been well-documented and well-deployed.  Up and down coasts home to sea turtle breeding grounds, great steps have been made to ensure that the hatchlings are protected from light pollution. To be Wildlife-Certified, the LED must produce a spectral distribution between the 590-610 nanometer wavelength. If you’ve ever seen
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Illumination fit for Frank Lloyd Wright

Opened in 1964, the Gammage Memorial Auditorium on the campus of Arizona State University is one of the very last commissions Frank Lloyd Wright undertook before his death. Based on a never-produced design for an opera house he originally conceptualized for the king of Iraq, the ASU Gammage is instantly recognizable as a Wright building
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KLIK LEDpods™: Lighting Where You Need It

The California Incline is a heavily used thoroughfare that connects Ocean Avenue with the Pacific Coast Highway in Santa Monica, CA.  It serves as a key transit connection point for cars, pedestrians and bicyclists. Last year, it underwent a long reconstruction process to be brought up to seismic standards.  The updates also included an improved
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