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FEVE-Coated Facility Introduces A Brand New Aesthetic To School Architecture

After 20 years, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) has finally added a new facility to its campus. The Kenwood Interdisciplinary Research Complex, known as KIRC, is the largest building at UWM, spanning approximately 141,000 square-feet. The building was dedicated on October 2, 2015 in a ceremony, where UW System President Ray Cross referred to KIRC as, “…a promise to advance knowledge, to advance learning, a promise to build a better life for this generation and for generations to come.” Continue reading Read More

Student Architects Improve Community Park With FEVE-Coated ACM

Lions Park is a 40-acre site that rests on the southern edge of rural Greensboro, Alabama. Despite being the largest park in Hale County, the only prominent features the park had were a few baseball diamonds that were frequently flooded with water. When the park was flooded, the grounds would be exposed to the blistering sun without any trees or other structures to provide shade. Continue reading Read More