A great commercial building needs to combine fantastic design with strength and functionality. We’re always happy to see what our clients do with their buildings after we’ve handed them over. That’s when the project really becomes complete.
This client installed some subtle wood panelling to give the building a little bit of extra style, and it worked wonderfully. The first impression that customers get when entering the building is important, and this building makes sure that the opportunity doesn’t go to waste.
We’re able to work with our clients to ensure that the structural components of the building match all of their design ideas down the road. We love working with a client who has a unique and clear vision. Flexible, high quality buildings are our speciality and any design you can dream of, our engineers can find a way to construct.
Finding the balance between a great design and a sturdy, functional building is worth the time it takes. Projects always turn out best when extra effort goes in, especially when you’re building a space for your business.
Retired Military Funeral Horse Looks for New Home
Quincy, a beautiful 11 year old quarter horse, was highly trained for a very specific role in the US military.
It was his job to pull the coffins of deceased soldiers.
There was no rider, Quincy, along with another horse, were trained to pull the coffin alone. The horses that performed this task were part of the Caisson Platoon.
But after a life of honourable service, he developed lameness in his front feet and had to retire.
He was known to be ‘loving and enthusiastic towards visitors and especially children,’ and there were concerns that Quincy would miss the work he had spent his life doing.
The vetting process was intense, with an expert level of knowledge in horse welfare required by the adopter.
Quincy has since found a new home and can live the rest of his days in leisure.
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