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  • Word-of-the-Month: Pediment

    A pediment is a decorative element used to crown a door, window, or monument. It is most commonly found in classical, neoclassical, and baroque architecture. Pediments often consist of a portico, apex, gable, tympanum, cornice, entablature, and relief sculptures. Portico – roof or entrance supported by columns Apex – tip,.. More

    5 Jun 2017 |
  • Finance & Commerce Announces Top Projects of 2016

    POSTED MAY 16, 2017 BY FINANCE & COMMERCE A new stadium for the Minnesota Vikings football team and a corporate headquarters near Lake Superior are among the Top Projects of 2016 honorees announced Tuesday by Finance & Commerce. The U.S. Bank Stadium in downtown Minneapolis and the 11-story Maurices headquarters.. More

    19 May 2017 |
  • Word-of-the-Month: Conduit

    Conduit is a pipe or tube through which wires, cables, or liquid passes. It protects and routes electrical wiring and water to and within buildings. Most conduit is hard and rigid in order to provide a secure passage. It is often made of metal, plastic, or fired clay. Fun Fact.. More

    2 May 2017 |
  • PIP Chapter 4

    Introduction: A Strategic Approach to Getting the Most Out of Your Investment The following White Paper series outlines the considerations hotel owners must weigh before implementing a Property Improvement Plan. Evaluate Your Property Hotels best equipped to provide a comfortable and customized experience will thrive in the highly-competitive hospitality market. Work.. More

    26 Apr 2017 |