Monthly Archives: August 2012

An Architect’s Tool Bag by Bob Borson

Here’s an interesting post from Life of an Architect about what the actual “tools of the trade” are for today’s architect… Architects have their own tools of the trade – many of which are each worthy of getting their own

An Architect’s Tool Bag by Bob Borson

Here’s an interesting post from Life of an Architect about what the actual “tools of the trade” are for today’s architect… Architects have their own tools of the trade – many of which are each worthy of getting their own

How to Talk to Your Architect

From MSN…. So you’re going to hire an architect to design your dream home — or perhaps simply to craft your dream kitchen. Intimidated by the prospect? That’s understandable. “For most people, this is the single most expensive decision they’ll

How to Talk to Your Architect

From MSN…. So you’re going to hire an architect to design your dream home — or perhaps simply to craft your dream kitchen. Intimidated by the prospect? That’s understandable. “For most people, this is the single most expensive decision they’ll

LED Lighting Technology

Two of the principals from McCall & Associates, Inc. recently attended a day long instructional tour of the headquarters of Cooper Lighting and their product showroom, The SOURCE, to learn about the latest innovations in LED (light emitting diode) lighting. 

LED Lighting Technology

Two of the principals from McCall & Associates, Inc. recently attended a day long instructional tour of the headquarters of Cooper Lighting and their product showroom, The SOURCE, to learn about the latest innovations in LED (light emitting diode) lighting. 

Classic cars cruise into the SGMC Parking Deck

We were glad to be a part of this great project!

Classic cars cruise into the SGMC Parking Deck

We were glad to be a part of this great project!

Expansion of the Peach County Jail Center finished

(REPRINTED FROM THE MACON TELEGRAPH) by Becky Purser FORT VALLEY — Peach County Sheriff Terry Deese joked with those touring the jail Tuesday that they had just left the “old dungeon” and were about to enter the “castle.” The castle

Expansion of the Peach County Jail Center finished

(REPRINTED FROM THE MACON TELEGRAPH) by Becky Purser FORT VALLEY — Peach County Sheriff Terry Deese joked with those touring the jail Tuesday that they had just left the “old dungeon” and were about to enter the “castle.” The castle