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Avalon receives Gold Award for New Developments from ICSC

Posted on December 2, 2016

ICSC U.S. Design & Development Awards 2016 Winners. usdd-2016-winners

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Avalon was chosen for a Case Study by the Urban Land Institute

Posted on November 18, 2016

Avalon is a mixed-use town center that has become a major attraction and destination for residents, businesses, and visitors in the Alpharetta area of north Fulton County, Georgia. http://casestudies.uli.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/98/2016/11/avalon_16pg_V3.pdf    

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LakePoint Sporting Community Receives ENR Southeast Best Projects Award

Posted on November 9, 2016

Full listing of all winners can be found here:  http://www.enr.com/blogs/6-southeast-constructions/post/40069-enr-southeast-announces-16th-annual-best-projects-award-winners    

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Starbucks Opens its First Store in Trinidad and Tobago

Posted on August 30, 2016

Starbucks has opened its doors for the first time in the country with a new store in San Fernando on the island of Trinidad. The Starbucks® store in SouthPark offers customers an inviting destination to relax, unwind and connect in one of the area’s most popular neighborhoods.   For more information on the development: SouthPark

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Musculoskeletal Medical Office Building

Posted on October 23, 2015

WBA Jacksonville has been hired to design the new 65,000 SF Musculoskeletal Medical Office Building for Tifton Regional Medical Center. The new building will house medical offices/practices for Orthopedics, Outpatient Imaging Center, Outpatient PT and Spine Therapy, Arthritis Center, Pain Management, Chiropractic,Neurology, Neurodiagnostics, with Education / Shared Conference Rooms. The project is schedule to start […]

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Project Snapshot: Georgia Tech Bookstore

Posted on September 8, 2015

Wakefield Beasley & Associates is providing Programming and Design Services to complete renovations to an existing Barnes and Noble bookstore located on the Georgia Institute of Technology campus in Atlanta, Georgia. The partial renovation is to facilitate the anticipated future needs. The bookstore occupies over 47,000 square feet of space spanning two levels. The programming […]

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ArchiTECH Tuesday: How software is changing the architecture industry

Posted on June 30, 2015

The original link is found here: Technica.ly By Tony Abraham / STAFF at Technica.ly Robert Herrera was taking a tour through Lenox Health Greenwich Village before the facility officially opened its doors to the public last summer. Unbeknownst to the construction contractor leading the tour, Herrera was the architect who designed the building. “So they tell me this young kid sat in this […]

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How to Review for an Test

Posted on April 24, 2015

Revise Article How to Make Lightsaber Effects After observing Star Wars, many people wish to have their very own lightsaber. Also bad they do not exist. But there is a way to ensure it is seem like you’ve one, by utilizing your house computer. Note the Windows operating-system is merely worked about by LS Creator […]

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DNA professionals declare that Cherokees are from the Middleeast

Posted on April 17, 2015

Anxiety, not enough bad and exercise eating routine can result in a busy colon, which can create weight-gain, sickness and bowel irregularity. Recently, thousands have selected natural and organic colon cleanses, instead of surgical or extreme measures, to clear the colon of toxins. The explanation behind colon cleansing is not same for all; some decide […]

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Sea Life Center Aquarium

Posted on December 31, 2014

The SEA LIFE Center in Concord, North Carolina was completed in 2013. The $10m project is a 43,000 SF aquarium that contains 150,000 gallons of water for sea creatures and includes designated spaces for speakers, feeding shows, interactive touch and feel experiences, an underwater tunnel journey and a children’s play area. WBA served as the […]

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