Continuous Laminate Revolution

Revolution is happening across the board, and it is beginning to change the way that designers create and fabricators produce. Like most significant shifts, the continuous laminate revolution is the result of a perfect storm of many indirectly related factors.

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More Solutions with More Space Place

Closet & Storage Concepts recently acquired More Space Place, a manufacturer and retailer of Murphy beds, custom closets, garage organizers, and other solutions for saving space in the home or office.

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Hard Rock Hotel Paradise Tower Hits the Jackpot

The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is a premier destination entertainment resort in Las Vegas that features the 11-story Hard Rock Hotel tower with 640 guest rooms; the 17-story Paradise Tower with 490 rooms and suites; and the all-suite HRH Tower with 359 suites, eight spa villas and seven penthouse suites. The property also boasts a large casino space; flexible meeting and convention areas; 4.8 acres of tropical pool paradise; a concert venue, nightclubs, restaurants, lounges, retail stores and a fitness center.

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A Well-Crafted Connection

Rockefeller University’s $4.8 million Collaborative Research Center project is expected to do more than repair and modernize two aging research facilities. A parallel goal is to create an environment that facilitates and stimulates connections between scientists, researchers and staff that work in the two facilities.

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Distribution Matters to End Users

Amy Carman, principal of Amy Carman Design of Milwaukee, is the interior designer for the highly anticipated mHouse project. The mHouse (materialicious house) will be a living research lab that showcases the most cutting edge engineered materials in innovative ways.

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Staying Alive

Funblock, Inc. Owner Michael Crane Reconnects with his Company’s Roots after Diversifying his Components Manufacturing Capabilities to Compete.

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Education: The Future of Manufacturing

There is a lot of talk about the future of manufacturing in North America, and it is possible to make a compelling argument about the prognosis on either side. However, underlying the success of any operation, even the most automated, are skilled people.

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