Designing an addition to any Frank Lloyd Wright building is a daunting architectural challenge. So when a 7,000-square-foot green roof was installed on a 20,000-square-foot addition to the First Unitarian Meeting House in Madison, Wis., it took a joint effort by a Wisconsin-based architecture firm and a Michigan-based horticultural company.
Alure Home Improvements of Plainview, N.Y., was started as a painting company in 1946, but current President/CEO Sal Ferro is glad the company embraced the decision to switch to roofing residential homes a few decades later
We have started a “Moving On” micro-site that will collect brief success stories from our readers. A recent Moving On feature is from Matt Spanton, and Matt will be our
speaker at our next webinar at 2 p.m. EST on Thursday, Nov. 18.