Fountain figures might pour cold water on project

December 14, 2007,AEST

As workers pounded in tall fence posts and moved stacks of metal barriers into Washington Square Park on Monday and Tuesday, cordoning off the area for Phase I of the park’s renovation, opponents were making a last-ditch effort to derail | Read More

New galleries take shape at Botanical Garden

December 14, 2007,AEST

For years, the aluminum lath house that sheltered the Desert Botanical Garden’s treasured cactus collection sorely needed a dynamic makeover. Considered state of the art in 1950, the space had long ago reached capacity, with specimens poking through the top | Read More

Residents may get new view

December 14, 2007,AEST

City landscape architects will go to work on the railroad running through Scarborough and Riverdale over the next few months, to try and find a way to hide two intrusive new signal towers from residents along the line. The two | Read More

AECOM announces Services contract with Libya

December 13, 2007,AEST

AECOM Technology Corporation a leading provider of professional technical and management services announced today that it has signed a five-year contract which authorizes to a potential total value of $574 million. AECOM will lead the Program Management Department for the Great Socialist | Read More

Re-imagining an Aegean city

December 13, 2007,AEST

A huge project aiming to realize ‘the vision of I.zmir’ with high-rises, congress halls and fair grounds is introduced by Mayor Kocaog(lu. The project, which has its supporters and detractors, is to transform I.zmir into a city of tourism and | Read More

Rejuvenating one of Israel’s oldest urban centers

December 13, 2007,AEST

Compared to such ancient cities as Jerusalem, Acre, Safed and Jaffa, Petah Tikva is a foundling. In relation to the modern Zionist communities, however, it is one of the oldest urban centers in Israel. PETAH TIKVA’S city center is undergoing | Read More

Casting Rutland alley as a park

December 13, 2007,AEST

Rutland residents weighing in on the future of the Center Street Alley expressed interest in commercial use, grass and trees and, above all, flexibility at the city’s most hidden park. Long underutilized and frequently victimized by vandals, the park recently | Read More

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