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Multi-project feature: “Remaking a Century-Old Housing Development” Engineering Inc. magazine showcases The Flats on the national stage

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on energy savings, water conservation and previously nonexistent storm-water management.” The design team also in- cludes Architectural Al- liance , MacIntosh En- gineering , and Blake & Vaughn . DiSabat iono Construction has started Phase I construction. TedWilliams, PE is a mem- ber of the ACEC College of Fellows and from 2012-2013 he served as the National Chairman of ACEC in Wash- ington, DC ACEC is known as the voice of America’s engineering industry. n

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Flats, entitled “Remaking a Century-Old Housing Devel- opment.” TedWilliams , president of Landmark, and project man- ager for planning and site design for this multi-phase

construction project was in- terviewed for the article by the magazine’s staff writer. “Renovation was consid- ered, but functional obso- lescence, lack of energy ef- ficiency, and small, outdated

floor plans served as driving forces for redevelopment,” Williams said. “Unlike many affordable housing projects, The Flats focuses on common green areas and has an emphasis

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firms, announced that their project submission for The Flats of Wilmington was selected as one of the top four urban renewal projects nationwide by the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) to be featured in the July-August, 2015 edition of Engineer- ing, Inc. magazine. The spe- cial multi-project feature includes the story of The Smith promoted to principal at Cope Linder PHILADELPHIA, PA — Cope Linder Architects, LLC , of Philadelphia has pro- first woman on the six-person leadership team. She leads the firm’s technical side of practice, managing projects for the W Hotel, 1300 Fairmount, and The Borgata. Smith has over 25 years of experience in mixed-use, office, retail, and hospitality design. She serves as co-chair of the Building Enclosure Council; as the AIA/Building Enclosure Technology and Environmental Council liaison at the National Institute of Building Sciences; as a mem- ber of the Architectural Glass Institute advisory board; and as chair of the Philadelphia University College of Archi- tecture and the Built Environ- ment Advancement Council. “Cheryl’s strong technical and management background has been extremely valuable in assisting clients and con- struction teams to successfully complete large, complex, and fast-track projects.” said Ian Cope, AIA , Cope Linder Ar- chitects’ managing principal. n Cheryl Smith m o t e d s e - nior associ- ate Cheryl Smith, AIA, LEED AP , to principal. A former se- nior associ- a t e , Smi t h becomes the


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