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2018 The Center at Arrowhead

When The Center at Arrowhead (The Center) opened its doors in 2015, its goal was to provide exceptional care for patients, while making them feel at home.
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2018 Scully-Welsh Cancer Center

When local medical facility, Indian River Medical Center (Indian River), decided to renovate its cancer wing – Scully-Welsh Cancer Center – they focused specifically on the needs of this community
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2018 The Point Casino & Hotel

As a premier casino in Washington State, The Point Casino wanted to offer its guests an additional amenity when visiting – a place to stay and relax.
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2017 Endi apartments in Duluth, MN

When you build on the scenic shores of Lake Superior, stunning views contrast with the harsh winters that these buildings must endure. But ENDI, a $36 million development by Harbor Bay Real Estate Advisors, still needed to look like the luxury apartment project it was intended to be.
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2016 Hub 9 at Orenco Station in Hillsboro, OR

Building planners for the city of Hillsboro, Oregon have the unique challenge of balancing the rich history of the town, founded in 1842, with the modern aesthetic driven by local high-tech companies such as Intel, whose nearby campus is located in the area dubbed the Silicon Forest. So when developers built an apartment complex near a new transportation hub in the city, they wanted a structure that would marry the historic feel of the area with a modern vibe. “And that’s exactly what Nichiha helped us do,” said Charlie Baxter, project architect with Leeb Architects. “It helped us bridge the two.”
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2016 Aguilera Student Housing Apartments in La Crosse, WI

Like many campuses across the country, the University of Wisconsin at La Crosse is growing. At last count, UW-La Crosse had more than 10,400 students, but they have on-campus beds for only about 3,500 of them, leaving nearly 7,000 students looking for housing in the community.
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2016 Kum & Go Store #0979 in Rock Springs, WY

In the competitive convenience store market, brand consistency goes a long way. So when Kum & Go, the Iowa-based convenience store chain, set out to build 23 new stores featuring their new Marketplace design concept in 2016, they knew they needed to do two things: differentiate their stores in the market and do so with a unique look that would be readily recognizable and easily repeated.
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