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Pavers are a natural choice for healing gardens

Pavers are a natural choice for healing gardens

Healing gardens provide a medically recognized therapeutic space for cancer patients, survivors and family members, as well as the medical professionals who care for them. The Healing Garden at the Cone Health Wesley Long Hospital in Greensboro, North Carolina is a...

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Urby Harrison hardscape showcases pavers, earns BIA award

Urby Harrison hardscape showcases pavers, earns BIA award

A major landscaping project at Urby Harrison, an apartment complex at the center of the renewal of Harrison, New Jersey, has earned a Brick Industry Association design award. The project demonstrates the versatility of Pine Hall Brick Company’s Old Towne and Rumbled...

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Innovative paving for Innovation Plaza in Philadelphia

Innovative paving for Innovation Plaza in Philadelphia

Looking for innovative paving? Along 37th Street in Philadelphia, there are single concrete blocks rising from the ground that celebrate the achievements of individuals within the fields of science, technology, engineering and art, all of whom have ties to...

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ECU Founders Walk adds beauty and functionality

ECU Founders Walk adds beauty and functionality

FOUNDER’S WALK MERGES BIKES AND PEDESTRIANS ON COLORFUL PAVERS At East Carolina University in Greenville, NC, the modern-day slogan is Tomorrow Starts Here. Looking toward the future is nothing new in this place, which began as a teacher’s college in 1907 and which...

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Brick is timeless for forward looking schools

Brick is timeless for forward looking schools

Design capabilities provide both contrast, consistency in new school construction projects The school campus that comprises Mae Jemison High School and Ronald McNair Junior High School in Huntsville, Alabama is a study in contrasts: the traditional and the modern, the...

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Clay pavers complement historic brick at Asheville hotel

Clay pavers complement historic brick at Asheville hotel

Ridgely Dubel had admired the 100-plus-year-old colonial revival house at 15 Clayton Street in Asheville, NC, which was just around the corner from her own home. When she learned it was to be demolished, Dubel took action, bought the home and converted into a charming...

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Lincoln Park Zoo specifies water permeable pavers

Lincoln Park Zoo specifies water permeable pavers

Simon and Garfunkel once sang, "it's all happening at the zoo," and for generations of Chicagoans, that means their famous Lincoln Park Zoo. Founded in 1868, it's one of the few institutions of its kind that does not charge admission and has long been a tradition in...

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Furman’s new student center uses water permeable pavers

Furman’s new student center uses water permeable pavers

College campuses, like college students, are a work in progress. Consider Furman University in Greenville, S.C. Long known as a leader in sustainable design—offering a major in sustainability science, hosting the David E. Shi Center for Sustainability and helping...

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StormPave pavers help to restore Auburn tradition

StormPave pavers help to restore Auburn tradition

In Auburn, Alabama, the football team is used to winning – even if they have to come from behind. And when they do win, they leave plenty of evidence. The entrance to Auburn University is known locally as Toomer’s Corner, which is the intersection of Magnolia Avenue...

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Bronze Medal Winner – Mechanic Street

Bronze Medal Winner – Mechanic Street

Mechanic Street Winning the Bronze Medal for Paving and Landscaping, Mechanic Street is a one-way division street between the business disctrict of King's Highway East and Clement street in Haddonfield, New Jersey. Mechanic Street was designed by Remington &...

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Best in Class – One Loudoun Plaza

Best in Class – One Loudoun Plaza

  One Loudoun Plaza Our second Best In Class winner, One Loudoun Plaza was awarded the highest honor in Paving and Landscaping category. A mixed-use community in Ashland, Virginia, One Loudoun Plaza hosts a variety of entertainment and dining options for the...

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Best in Class – Shelbyville Fire Station #2

Best in Class – Shelbyville Fire Station #2

Since 1989, the Brick Industry Association has sponsored one of the country's most prestigious architectural award programs - the Brick in Architecture Awards. As the only national association to represent both manufacturers and distributors, BIA is the authority in...

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Furman University goes sustainable.

Furman University goes sustainable.

At Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina, the idea of sustainability has gone beyond the campus itself. The David E. Shi Center for Sustainability, a 3,400-square-foot building on campus, has become one of the nation’s leading think tanks where educators,...

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Custom clay pavers emulate historic streets in Panama

Custom clay pavers emulate historic streets in Panama

Clay brick pavers from Pine Hall Brick Company have been used in a number of different preservation projects, from the Colonial-era historic district of Annapolis, Maryland, where the surrounding neighborhood saw the beginnings of a new nation, to the campus of...

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A “new standard” for Asheville’s pavers

A “new standard” for Asheville’s pavers

When designing a park, two factors are important: looks and money. Does it look good? Is it a good investment? When you’ve got both, so much the better. Pack Square Park in Asheville, NC, is a six-and-a-half acre public park in the center of downtown Asheville, which...

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