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  • Government Square Transit Center, Cincinnati

    Government Square has served as downtown Cincinnati's main transit exchange for more than 100 years. However, its previous major renovation, which occurred in the late 1960s, was in dire need of a facelift. The existing design mainly catered to bus traffic, treating the buses as the primary user of...

  • Industry Announcements

    Doug Borchers, vice president of sales engineering for Sidney, Ohio-based distributor Dickman Supply, has been chosen as the new vice president-elect of the National Association of Electrical Distributors' (NAED) Eastern Region.Joe Colant has been promoted to president of Aurora, Ohio-based...

  • OHIO

    COLUMBUS—The Ohio Housing Finance Agency (OHFA) will continue to reshape its qualified allocation plan (QAP) in 2008.

  • Climate Protection Council Formed

    The U.S. Conference of Mayors has recently formed the Climate Protection Council, aimed at bringing together business leaders and mayors to address climate change issues and discuss solutions for making cities more sustainable. The council was formed at the two-day Mayors Climate Protection Summit...

  • Venture Opens Educational Facility

    Venture Lighting International has opened its new educational facility, Venture Lighting Institute, and its metal halide education program, located in Streetsboro, Ohio. The 80,000-square-foot facility houses Venture's sales and marketing operations center and offers training programs for dealers...

  • TCP Opens New Global HQ

    TCP has opened a new, 154,000-square-foot global headquarters in Aurora, Ohio, to house its office space, warehouse, distribution center, testing labs, and customer service calling center, as well as an employee fitness center and cafeteria. The new headquarters also serves as a showroom for its...

  • Viewpoint Beats the Odds

    SANDUSKY, OHIO - The deal to rehabilitate Viewpoint Apartments, closed by National Church Residences (NCR) at the end of July, shows how affordable housing developers can recapitalize the oldest Sec. 202 properties for seniors.

  • Cincinnati Convention Center Renovation & Expansion

    Commendable Achievement | Whole Building Projects

  • Falling off the grid?

  • A Grand Agrarian Design

    COLUMBUS, OHIO - Five miles from the city of Columbus in the small suburb of Briggsdale are two buildings that at first glance look like they’re part of a farm residence. On closer inspection, the buildings actually are a new permanent supportive housing development of 35 single-room occupancy...