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Reyher is now trying to balance the needs of residents without pricing out the many existing long-term tenants, by ensuring that the renovations provide the overwhelming majority of residents with the most value and relevance.
1 -- 2 -- color) Above left, Evan, 5, left, and Ian Heidebrink, 6, gaze at the pendulum exhibit at the Griffith Observatory on Friday, its first day open to the public after extensive renovations.
We report a cluster of 4 cases of acute histoplasmosis (1 culture proven and 3 with positive serology, of which 2 were symptomatic) associated with exposure to soil during a golf course renovation, Patients in western Canada with compatible symptoms should be tested for histoplasmosis, regardless of their travel or exposure history.
Superintendent Mark Friedman realized the district's middle school, which had received several renovations since the 1950s, was in need of a major upgrade.
Having talked to a few of our contractors, they were telling me they've been quite busy in the last few months and they've been most busy in renovations," he says.
It has little if anything to say about the planned renovations of the cathedral block and its relationship to the Eucharist.
And, says Tipton, the renovations effectively convey the message, "Look what's coming.
While almost all golf course renovations create financial and aesthetic successes, few, if any, can match what Palm Desert Country Club has done for an entire community.
5 million renovation of the Heart Center at Stony Brook University Hospital, which included a laboratory build-out in addition to the renovation of the Heart Center.
Renovations typically cost no more--and usually wind up costing less-than a new building, claim NTHP's Yeater and others.
We use technology quite a bit in every classroom, so those renovations will be a big plus.
Kitchen renovations regularly incorporate storage space for the blue box or a "separation station" for recyclable materials.