Lakeside Interceptor | Duluth, MN

Topic: Development

/News---Info/Blog/January-2015/Reuse-Resources-at-Redevelopment-Sites Brian Hegge, PH
There’s an art to redeveloping property. With proper forethought, redevelopment can mean more than demolishing old structures and constructing new. It’s possible to go one step further and reuse resources while revitalizing a site. That’s the case for the former J & J Castings property in Two Harbors, Minnesota.

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/News---Info/Blog/December-2014/New-Age-of-Student-Housing Maranna Binder, Associate AIA, LEED® AP
Student housing is on the move.  Over the past decade, demand for modern student housing facilities has increased and trended more towards amenity-laden designs.  Cramped, one-room, dormitory-style housing is quickly being replaced by modern, multi-use facilities.

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/News---Info/Blog/September-2014/Unique-Treatment-Tackles-Contamination Jayne Englebert, PG, CPG
Remediating soil contamination at a former dry cleaning business site in Wisconsin proved challenging because of the tight, silty clay soils and high contaminant concentrations.  Evaluation of several soil remedial options led to a unique, in-ground solid blending treatment that’s been used only a few times in Wisconsin and is less than half of the cost of other alternatives.

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/News---Info/Blog/August-2014/Champaign’s-Green-Street-gets-its-first-‘Green’-Ro Maranna Binder, Associate AIA, LEED® AP
University of Illinois students are excited about the new 14-story mixed-use development at 519 E. Green Street in the hub of Campustown.  The busy location on Green and Sixth Streets is highly desirable due to its proximity to multiple eateries, retail shops and services.  The new apartment building boasts the first vegetative roof of its type on Green Street.

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/News---Info/Blog/August-2014/Master-Plan-leads-to-new-Holmen-Police-Station Carter Arndt, AIA
Building a new Police Station doesn’t happen overnight - just ask the Village of Holmen officials and residents.  Holmen’s new police facility was five years in the making before they even held the ground breaking ceremony. For Holmen, much like many other communities looking to enhance their public facilities, strategic master planning was an integral first step in the process.  Keep reading to learn more about how their planning efforts led to a new station! 

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