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University of North Texas Auditorium

Posted April 29, 2014 Topic: News

University of North Texas Auditorium

Built in 1924, the Auditorium is one of the oldest buildings on the University of North Texas campus. Originally used by the music and theater departments for performances, the university desired to have a dual-purpose for the space: to be used as both a performance venue and a lecture hall. During the first phase of the project class was still in session and Texas Bomanite was brought in to resurface the concrete flooring beneath the seats. Once school concluded for the winter break, ...

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TAGS: UNT Auditorium, Bomanite, Micro-Top

2014 AIA Presentations

Posted April 25, 2014 Topic: News

2014 AIA Presentations

We are currently booking AIA Continuing Education lunch and learns for the summer!  Your architecture, landscape architecture, engineering or interior design firm can enjoy complimentary lunch and an hour-long presentation by Scott Balch on one of these four topics:1.  Exposed Aggregate Concrete Surfaces--Explore the Beauty that Lies Beneath: Understand how to make appropriate exposed aggregate systems selection based on environmental impact, performance requirements, aesthetics and b...

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TAGS: AIA, Continuing Education

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