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Fire Stations Offer Unique Design Opportunities

An Interview with Dave Fergus, of Rice Fergus Miller Architects

How did RFM get started designing Fire Stations? What was the motivation?

The first fire station we designed was in 1995 and was located a little over five miles from my home. 707 more words

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Compassion in the Workplace: A Breast Cancer Survivor Story

By Diana Badowski, Marketing Manager

It hits you like a ton of bricks…”Your test results came back positive.”  Only it really doesn’t feel positive. As you go through all the stages of grief dealing with a cancer diagnosis, one factor (among many others, as you can imagine or have experienced) that quickly rises in importance is how this will affect your job — your employment, income, costs etc. 840 more words

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Sid Snyder Way Part I - Reflection on a Project near the Finish Line

By Ding Ye, PE, Senior Engineer, Civil Projects Group

Some people might think it is strange to think of work while cruising on the Caribbean.  The blue sky and white clouds in front of the ship make the rainy days in the Puget Sound area thousands of miles away seem like faded photos.   1,280 more words

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Bridging the Gap Between the Far East and West

By Lance Lum, PE, Senior Engineer

Aloha from Hawai’i! At the publication of this blog entry, Reid Middleton is beginning a new journey into the Far East and is fortunate to assist a client with a project in Japan. 761 more words

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