Client News 4/16/09

Kolbe’s AIA/CES program, “Architectural Influences: Exploring Elements of Sustainable Design,” in Wisconsin includes:
* Tour of Taliesin(R) in Spring Green, Wis. – visit the famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s home, private studio, and the campus of The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture;
* Tour of Aldo Leopold Legacy Center in Baraboo, Wis. – explore one of the two highest ranking LEED® buildings in North America;
* Tour of Cardinal Float Glass Plant in Portage, Wis. – watch the process of sand, limestone and other materials as they become glass for windows and doors;
* Tour of Kolbe & Kolbe Millwork in Wausau, Wis. – follow the process of custom window and door manufacturing;
* Presentation of “Finishing Touches: Enhancements, Options & Trends for Windows and Doors;”
* Review of Kolbe’s product series and how they can meet the needs of nearly any project.

Architects attending this one-and-a-half day event can earn 8.5 LUs, 2 HSW credits, and 1 sustainable design (SD) credit. The tours and presentations offered as part of “Architectural Influences” also are offered as individual courses. Kolbe also offers many other, face-to-face AIA/CES programs and tours. For more information on in-person presentations, please contact Kolbe at 800-955-8177 or visit


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