Lincoln Illinois Water Tank Depicts Historical Icon And Secures Placement In Top 12 2021 Tanks

Lincoln, Illinois, Water Tank, Illinois, American Water, Lincoln Courier
A runner-up in the Tnemec’s Tank of the Year competition is a new water tank from the City of Lincoln, Illinois. The tank represents a significant milestone for the Illinois American Water company’s water system improvement project. The one-million-gallon elevated water tank honors the local history of Illinois native Abraham Lincoln.

Roswell, New Mexico Water Tank Showcases Town’s Illustrious UFO History

City of Roswell, NM, Water Tower, Tnemec Company, Hydroflon
Great water tanks represent the town in which they reside. These tanks most usually feature signature elements of the city, historical features, or simply something the township is proud of. For example, the city of Roswell, in southeastern New Mexico, has such an element as it is the home of the alleged UFO crash in 1947 and the International UFO Museum and Research Center and Gift Shop.

PPG Assists Architects In Revamping Iconic Building With Custom Coatings Technology

Bulletin Building, Schuylkill Yards, George Howe, KieranTimberlake, PPG, Coraflon, Photography, Matt Krissel
The Bulletin Building in the University City neighborhood of Philadelphia was initially built in 1954 by legendary American architect George Howe. The former headquarters of the Evening Bulletin newspaper, the building became iconic, undergoing a series of renovations since the newspaper collapse in 1982. The most recent renovation was completed by KieranTimberlake and the Practice for Architecture and Urbanism.

British Normandy Memorial Waymarker Signs Guide Visitors Across The Five Beaches of D-Day

British Normandy Memorial, Waymarker Signs
The hundreds of thousands of troops who fought and the thousands who died, all on the beaches of Normandy, deserve to be memorialized. The Normandy Memorial Trust funded the creation of the British Normandy Memorial to memorialize the over 21,000 British soldiers who died—compiling research across the UK National Archives and international family records, a comprehensive list of soldiers’ names will serve as adornments on the memorial.

Architects Design Award-Winning Entertainment Venue With Dynamic Diamond Shape

Cox Howlett, Bailey Woodland, Cox Architecture, Roberts Gardiner, Albany Entertainment Center, Australia, Photography Alison Paine
Cox Architecture describes the Albany Entertainment Center as a “waterside sculpture reflecting the crystalline molecular structures of the earth.” The facade is shaped with the complex geometry of a diamond, reflecting both natural light and the nearby waterway. The building provides the community an entertainment venue with performance and convention space.