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Tradewinds — Companies on the move, people moving up

He joined EDA 16 years ago and leads the interior architecture department. Herman has practiced architecture for the past 31 years, providing design work for various award-winning public facilities in Utah. During her 16 years at EDA, McCarthy has …See all stories on this topic »

Salt Lake Modern home tour heads to Olympus Cove

All of the homes are reflective of the era and have eclectic decor and contemporary architecture. One home on the tour is by prominent Utah architect Ron Molen, known for his mid-century work. The tour also includes a pre-fabricated home by renowned …See all stories on this topic » Salt Lake Magazine (blog)

Tradewinds — Companies on the move, people moving up

He joined EDA 16 years ago and leads the interior architecture department. Herman has practiced architecture for the past 31 years, providing design work for various award-winning public facilities in Utah. During her 16 years at EDA, McCarthy has …See all stories on this topic »

and on to session 3

It’s definitely fall here in Bluff, and we’re all back for more fun in Session 3. Some of the goals for the session include: rough plumbing, pulling electrical wire and installing boxes, pouring entry slab and patio piers, grinding the shower and bathroom floor, and installing furring and gutter on the south wall. We also… Read more »

'The Architecture of Surveillance'

'The Architecture of Surveillance'. Screen-shot-2013-06-11-at-12.03.45- With the NSA leaks making headlines, Architizer takes a look at the architecture of surveillance, noting that "these buildings do all they can to stay unremarkable; so while they …See all stories on this topic »

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This week the kitchen team is busy installing the plumbing wall and shelves so that we can get our plumbing in! Because of the SIP construction we chose to build a secondary plumbing wall directly next to the West wall in the kitchen. The shelves in the kitchen are built in to the plumbing wall… Read more »

Material Run to Cortez, CO

          ‘Twas a rainy day for a material run to Cortez.  Almost as exhausting as a day of working on site, the many stops necessary definitely proved to take just as long.   Our first stop was Belt Salvage to sell some scraps from our yard.  We happily got enough cash… Read more »