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04/18/2011

Architectural Influences: Exploring Elements of Sustainable Design

Kolbe's AIA/CES Tour includes Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin & the Aldo Leopold Legacy Center

Wausau, Wis. (April 2011) – Kolbe helps architects gain sustainable design knowledge and learning units (LUs) through American Institute of Architects' continuing education system (AIA/CES). Its 1.5-day event, "Architectural Influences: Exploring Elements of Sustainable Design," offers an opportunity to tour architectural icons in Wisconsin and earn 8.5 LUs. Architects who successfully complete this entire 1.5-day CES event qualify for two health, safety and welfare (2 HSW) credits and one sustainable design (1 SD) credit, which will be recorded with the AIA.

Kolbe's "Architectural Influences" AIA/CES event includes:

Upcoming dates for Kolbe's "Architectural Influences"  AIA/CES event are:

Tours are limited to groups of 10 or less and are filled on a first come, first served basis. Please contact Kolbe's Training and Tour Department at 715-847-0707 or email architects@kolbe-kolbe.com for more information.

What began in 1946 as a two-brother team has grown into an internationally respected manufacturing company. Kolbe & Kolbe Millwork Co, Inc. remains a privately held, community-oriented business located in Wausau, Wis. Covering nearly one million-square-feet, its state-of-the-art facilities feature high-tech machinery and a design center to present the creative possibilities offered by Kolbe windows and doors.

 
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