Sometimes a business outgrows its current location and the owners have to make the decision to move operations. According to the Herald Dispatch, that's exactly what happened to fair trade gift shop Lamb's Gate Market. The business is moving to downtown Huntington, West Virginia, to take advantage of a larger space near a local retail hotspot.
The Waterville, Maine, police and staff and about to receive something they have been looking forward to for a long time - a new station. The police department and their staff will move into the station on Colby Street during the first week of July.
In the competitive hospitality industry, getaways are always trying to standout from the crowd. A new Andrew Harper's Hideaway Report, a luxury travel publication, has released its latest hotel accommodation recommendations.
The construction of a new highway garage in Farmington, New York, has finally been completed.
A New York fire station was recently renovated to include the latest in sustainable design and high-end technology. The Fire Chief reports that the 70-year-old structure has been transformed into a state-of-the-art headquarters.
The town council for Chesterton, Indiana, is considering a new addition to the Thomas Centennial Park.
The Reinstein Woods Environmental Education Center in Depew, New York, received recognition from the city for the number of green features it includes. The Buffalo News reports that the structure received Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certification from the United States Green Building Council.
The Prince Albert local chapter for Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) in Canada is in the middle of a construction project that will end with the creation of a new, modern facility. The Daily Herald reports that the agency has been working to develop the Paw Print Inn Boarding Kennel and off-leash dog park since 2009.
A new facility at the heart of St. Mary's College in Ontario is expected to provide students with a superior space for studying. The common building, which is still yet unnamed, will feature a library, cafeteria, gymnasium and auditorium.
The latest addition to the University of Baltimore stands as an example of modern construction's abilities to provide a function, beautiful space with very little carbon footprint.