NW Boomer and Senior News April 2018: There’s no limit to how car parts can be reimagined with a creative eye like Stephen Uhle’s. A large brake drum weighing 120 pounds became a decorative flower pot. A smaller set of brake drums became a barbecue and smoker.
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Waterproof! Magazine – Summer 2018: As a homeowner buying a house, you’re paying for any space in the basement. Wouldn’t it be nice if that basement could become part of the home’s livable, usable space rather than the part of the house where no one wants to go?
Waterproof! Magazine – Summer 2018: Successful air barrier installation requires knowledge the building as a whole system.
Concrete Homes Magazine – July/August 2018: The McDowell residence in Llano County, Texas, really couldn’t look more unlike the stereotypical vision of an ICF home.
Concrete Homes Magazine – May/June 2018: The Drew home, a private residence in eastern Michigan, hosts tours of people curious about how they built their “castle” from ICFs.
Concrete Homes Magazine – March/April 2018: This project was developed from the ground up as a model of energy efficiency and strength, utilizing the benefits of ICFs to build its “next generation” multi-family project.
Vein Therapy News – July/August 2018: Anticipation was high for many members of the phlebology community going into an April 21 closed-door research summit held alongside the International Vein Congress in Miami, convened to discuss how to make the most of the American College of Phlebology’s Patient Recorded Outcome Venous Registry, or PRO Venous Registry.
The Northwest Dentist – Spring 2018: This issue has received a tremendous amount of attention recently due to multiple high-profile cases of sexual harassment. No matter how large or small your workplace is, it’s important to understand what harassment is and how to prevent it.
Northwest Travel and Life – Fall 2017: Whether you’re prepared to be scared or you just want to contemplate mortality, there’s no better place than a mausoleum to get you into the Halloween spirit.
NW Boomer and Senior News – December 2017: He is tall and thin, with a long white beard. He’s talkative, quick to smile and laugh. He prances among the stacks of books, boxes of undeveloped film and several white five-gallon buckets in the front room of his small apartment.