Craft beer is in a renaissance. Whether it’s home brew or a professional micro-brewery, true beer fans are starting to care more about flavor than advertising. To achieve specific flavors, professional and hobby brewers alike put time and energy into selecting ingredients: Wet or dry hopped? Base or roasted malts?
Bicycle tourism is gaining momentum, and with good reason. Cycle tours are about so much more than just saving money on transportation. A bike offers a more intimate way to experience the places you visit. Riding past sights and shops takes longer, giving more time to see things. In small
Cities across North America have adopted policies to promote cycling to take advantage of the many positive economic, health, environmental, and social benefits of active transportation. As a result, many cities have seen unprecedented growth in their bike mode-share. The rising popularity of urban cycling is good for individuals and
The Calgary Water Centre was already ahead of the game when it came to providing employees with a safe and environmentally-friendly work place. But the center recently installed new Reliance Foundry bollards, further strengthening its eco-chic reputation and commitment to the safety of its employees. Sustainability was always at the
At the western end of Calgary’s Central Memorial Park, a lone horseman keeps watch. The immovable R.L. Boyle, honored veteran of the Boer War, and his steed stand atop their pedestal as a memorial to all Albertans who have served or given their lives in the name of freedom. Established
With the recent re-opening for the Museum of Flying at the Santa Monica Airport, local site planners have been committed to the ongoing improvement and development of the building and its surrounding landscapes. Most recently, the museum installed stainless steel retractable bollards around the building’s perimeter to restrict vehicles while ensuring access
Traffic and crowd control devices often detract from architecture. This was the challenge presented to the architects that were tasked with designing upgrades to the walkway, known as Eutaw Street, outside Major League Baseball’s first retro-classic ballpark in the fall of 2012. Oriole Park was celebrating its 20th anniversary and showcasing the