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Foodie Friday: Rebar Indy

Let’s talk about Rebar-Indy’s “new” downtown place to get your drink on and I say “new” because it used to be Paddy’s Legal Beagle and was a frequent stopping point for attorneys working the city-county building circuit since it’s basically across the street. 400 more words


Revit Reinforcement – Keeping a check on Bar Marks

Since 2015 Revit has provided the Rebar Number which automatically assigns bar marks to all reinforcing within the project making use of the partitions to generate a suitable bar mark. 481 more words


In Celebration of Park(ing) Day

Back when I was still in school, I remember discovering an unexpected installation of benches and potted plants – all constructed from paper and fabric – placed within the dean’s parking spot outside the architecture building. 384 more words

Landscape Architecture

Fire officials warn Calgarians about Bow River rafting hazard

The Calgary Fire Department said there were multiple reports that rafters were stranded or in the water due to sudden and unexpected damage to their rafts while on the Bow River. 239 more words



Misspelled and modified signs scattered about northern New Mexico are just a few of many delights proffered while making the long trek from my office to the Turley Mill site. 789 more words



Reminds me of the song “Arkansas Dog” by Pinkard & Bowden.

Oh, Arkansas Dog,
Won’t someone pick you up?
Oh, Arkansas Dog, 80 more words


Rebars & Uses

1) Rebars are transported to the construction site

2) Rebars are bundled up according to their size e.g. A rebar with a metric size 25M will have a diameter of 25.2mm or 2.52cm (Rebar thickness). 200 more words