first_imgArchitects: RSAAW Area Area of this architecture project Photographs:  Andrew Latreille Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Photographs Copper Spirit Distillery / RSAAW Electrical Engineers: Design Team:Rafael Santa Ana, Antonio Colin, Larissa Llevadot, Vicente Castañón-RumebeClients:Copper Spirit DistilleryCode Consulting:GHL Consultants Ltd.Contracting:West Coast Turn KeyCity:Bowen IslandCountry:CanadaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Andrew LatreilleRecommended ProductsWoodHESS TIMBERTimber – GLT HybridWoodEGGERWood-based materials in EGGER HeadquartersWoodParklex International S.L.Wood cladding – FacadeDoorsLonghiDoor – HeadlineText description provided by the architects. Copper Spirit Distillery integrates an artisanal gin, vodka, and rye distillery with a tasting room and much needed residential rental units for islanders. This groundbreaking project is the first of its kind to combine industrial and residential use of this nature in Canada. Located on Bowen Island, a municipality that is part of Metro Vancouver, the 8,815 square foot building integrates residential and industrial programs challenging both provincial code and local urban plan concepts.Save this picture!© Andrew LatreilleSave this picture!PlansSave this picture!© Andrew LatreilleAfter numerous design iterations and a less traditional approach to the programmatic distribution, the building’s mass successfully evolved into two separate volumes connected by mechanical systems below grade and by a light-filled atrium above grade that link the public spaces of the building. Visitors are welcomed through the minimalist tasting lounge with front patio and out into a light-filled double-height atrium where the twenty-eight-foot-high glazed ceiling showcases the German copper stills and the flow of the distilling process.Save this picture!© Andrew LatreilleThe atrium’s glass floor provides a visual connection and allows daylighting into the concrete basement housing the distillery’s raw material storage, bottling equipment, and rainwater collection vessels. Three rental suites sit above the tasting lounge on the second and third floors, each with a private patio, views to the north, and skylights that allow natural light into the units. Within the second building volume, a clean concrete form contains the heart of the operation. The formal results and features of this space are shaped by the requirements of the complex mechanical systems. The state-of-the-art distilling equipment conveys simultaneously a steampunk and high-tech aesthetic.Save this picture!DiagramThe area perched above the copper stills accommodates mixing labs, workspaces, and access to the roof terrace filled with herb plantings and stunning views of the village and cove. Focusing on sustainable production processes, the distillery incorporates rain harvesting and heat recovery systems. Connectivity with exterior light is critical in the project; natural light is harnessed even within the 10ft-wide residential units and basement mixing rooms, reducing the need for interior lighting.Save this picture!© Andrew LatreilleThe client’s holistic approach to the alchemy of boutique distilling remained a constant guide during the logistical challenge of constructing such a mixed-use facility on a small island. The result of these ambitions can be seen in the quality of the product and the building’s overall operational success, from the large design gestures encompassing the visitor experience to the small details, including the kintsugi-style healing of the concrete floor cracks with copper rivulets.Save this picture!Mount Pavilia Residence / Orient Occident AtelierSelected ProjectsRivera House / Taller de Arquitectura Miguel MontorSelected ProjectsProject locationAddress:441 Bowen Island Trunk Rd, Bowen Island, BC V0N 1G2, CanadaLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Manufacturers: Lutron, Atlas Meridian Glassworks, Cardinal Glass Industries, CertainTeed, Danfoss, Honeywell, Kohler, Kolbe, Lafarge Holcim, Nemetschek, Weyerhaeuser, AVG Plumbing, Barr, Bowen Concrete, C&J, Cove Mechanical, Crown Roofing, Dayliter Skylights, Diffusion lighting, F&F, +16Fisher coating, Four Seasons Insulation, Fowlstone Electric, IBC Boiler, Lattner, Legacy Formwork, MP Lighting, New Generation Concrete, PacWest, Paris Plumbing and Heating, Purelux Painting, Rainbow Concrete, Reznor, Romex Building Envelope and Waterproofing, Roxol, West Coast Turn Key-16 Apartments Canada Year:  “COPY” Area:  8815 ft² Year Completion year of this architecture project Save this picture!© Andrew Latreille+ 20Curated by Paula Pintos Share 2019 Zoom Engineering Ltd. Zoom Engineering Ltd. 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first_img Comments are closed. The Civil Service has worked with the national work-life balance charity New Ways to Work to research how senior staff who work reduced hours balance having small children and a job. Flexi-Exec looks at the examples of 18 senior staff from tax inspectors to DTI directors. Employers’ helplineA new advice line for employers with employment law queries has been launched. The advice line, set up by Professional Personnel Management Consultants, can be contacted 24 hours a day for help on subjects ranging from employment tribunals to absenteeism and legislation. The advice line number is 07044 044602. Graduate demands This year’s graduates are demanding more from employers than they were three or four years ago as a result of a sustained period of economic growth. A survey by specialist recruitment consultants Contacts warns employers than many new starters only expect to stay a year unless the package of pay, fringe benefits, training and promotional prospects is sufficiently attractive. www.media-contacts.co.uk Software savingsUse of self-service software accessible via the Web from any location can increase productivity in professional service organisations by up to 12 per cent, a study has found. The research, commissioned by Lawson Software, claims an “average” large management consultancy can make annual cost savings of around £24m. £6m status boost Around 50,000 NHS and social services staff, including physiotherapists and paramedics, will benefit from a £6m strategy aimed at improving their status and opportunities. Announcing the initiative, health minister Lord Philip Hunt said the money would be targeted at staff whose role is often undervalued.Political divideThe profession is divided over whether the CIPD should become more political. Personneltoday.com’s on-line survey showed that 56 per cent of people voting thought that the CIPD should become more political; 44 per cent disagreed. Last week a survey of HR professionals revealed grassroots calls for the institute to adopt a higher profile. Related posts:No related photos. This week’s news in brief: striking a balanceOn 28 Nov 2000 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Articlelast_img read more

first_imgFor a long time, the folks that sell inbound marketing and “social selling” (which they are now struggling to differentiate from what they are calling “social marketing,” a distinction without a difference) have used CEB’s research that buyers are 57 percent into their buying process before they engage a salesperson to suggest that:Cold calling is dead.A salesperson can create no value before the point the buyer decides to engage.A salesperson’s only hope of being found when a buyer reaches that 57 percent mark is developing their personal brand on social media.A salesperson’s only chance of being relevant is by having content that serves the buyer when they decide to engage in exploring change.One should never interrupt the buyer, but rather one should serve the buyer, by helping them once they engage.CEB does not share this statistic to make any of the above points. Quite to the contrary, the point that they make with this statistic is that you should try to command as much of your dream client’s mindshare as they move down this path—especially when you can initiate the change by coming in at 0 percent!Because the buyer is doing a lot of work to understand and frame their problem, meet with people on their team, and explore some of their options before they proactively reach out to a salesperson, that isn’t an excuse to passively wait for your prospective client to reach out to you.But please don’t take my word for any of this. Listen here as I ask Brent Adamson (CEB, now Gartner) to explain this in his own words—and act accordingly.last_img read more

first_imgThe Alice Springs Masters Games were held in October with approximately 26 teams competing with players coming from all over Australia.The Masters Games is a biennial sporting event, aimed at attracting and encouraging mature, by age any way, to participate in over 30 competitive events. These games are the most friendliest Masters games held in Australia, as it is all about having a good time as well as competing in your chosen sport/s.If  you want to bring a team along or just come yourself, have a good time, meet new friends and play a bit of Touch contact the NQ Touch Office (07) 47 256 133 for more information.Mens 30          Gold                Spacific                                6       Drop Off                       Silver               Ran                                     5                       Bronze             X Men                                 5        Drop Off                       Defeated         Alice Indians                         4Mens 40          Gold                Pirates                                 5                       Silver               Alice Indians                        0Mens 45          Gold                Mt Isa Brumbies                   9                       Silver               Darwin Bundy Bears             1Mens 50          Gold                Nth Qld Living Legends          5                       Silver               Canberra Kuta Stallions        0       Womens 30     Gold                Whanau                               4                       Silver               Alice Indians                        2Womens 35     Gold                Touch of Class                     6                       Silver               All Sorts                              2                              Bronze             Bad Habits                          5                       Defeated         Flaming Dragons                   0Womens 40     Gold                Alice Springs Indians            10                            Silver               No turn up                            0Mixed 30/30     Gold                RAN                                    5                              Silver               Alice Springs Indians            3Mixed 40/35     Gold                Silver Flaming X Men            3        Drop Off                       Silver               Alice Springs Indians            2                       Bronze             X Men Dragons                                              Mixed 45/40     Gold                Nth Qld Living Legends         5                              Silver               Mt Isa Brumbies                  3Mixed 50/40     Gold                Mt Isa Brumbies                  4        Drop Off                       Silver               Canberra Kura Stallions       3                        Bronze             Nth Qld Living Legends             For further information visit the website – www.alicespringsmasters.nt.gov.au Thanks to Billy Grant for providing the article content.last_img read more

first_imgLincoln boss Cowley: I tried to sell Chapman to Evertonby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveLincoln City boss Danny Cowley appreciated the response from Everton rival Marco Silva for yesterday’s FA Cup defeat.Everton managed to edge Lincoln 2-1.”I was trying to sell him Ellis Chapman, our 17-year-old who came on and played that lovely pass, and was seeing if he fancied giving us a couple of million for him,” Cowley said with a smile.”But seriously, he was really positive with everything. He said how well we had defended without the ball and how good our structure and organisation was and that we were as difficult to play against as any Premier League team he’d played against this season, which was really kind.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

first_imgAnton Gill goes up for layup vs. NC State.Twitter/‏@CBSSportsCBB Little-used guard Anton Gill emerged during this year’s NCAA Tournament, helping Louisville top N.C. State with seven points on 3-of-3 shooting and two steals in just 11 minutes of play. That game ended up being the defining one of his brief Louisville career, as the former Top-50 recruit announced that he intended to transfer from the program, where he averaged just 9.4 minutes per game in 2014-15, after the season. While there were initially thoughts that Gill would transfer closer to a school in North Carolina to be closer to home, Gill is actually heading farther west, according to ESPN’s Jeff Goodman.Louisville transfer Anton Gill told ESPN he has committed to Nebraska.— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) May 5, 2015Nebraska had a disappointing 13-18 season in 2014-15, after a breakout 2013-14 in which Tim Miles’ team went 19-13 and made the NCAA Tournament. Perhaps a talent like Gill can help replace the void left by star Terran Petteway, who has declared for the NBA Draft.last_img read more

first_imgAPTN National NewsResource revenue sharing was a hot topic at the Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association’s annual conference this week in Saskatoon.With dropping oil prices and concerns Saskatchewan could soon be faced with a recession, urban municipalities wanted a guarantee the province wouldn’t alter or cut its revenue sharing agreement.While Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall wasn’t clear on whether municipalities will get those dollars, he was clear the money wouldn’t end up in the hands of First Nations.last_img read more

The Ohio State baseball team had beaten Minnesota three times out of four in the past eight days. But it failed in its final matchup of the year.  The No. 4 Buckeyes (26-27, 13-11 Big Ten) fell to the No. 5 Gophers (24-23, 13-11 Big Ten) in a Big Ten Tournament elimination game Friday at Huntington Park. The Buckeyes’ 26-27 record will not get them into the NCAA Tournament. “It’s not about numbers today,” coach Greg Beals said. “Obviously, the day didn’t go the way we wanted it to go. We wanted to stay in the tournament longer than we did, but on days like today you look back at the body of work we had this year.” The game was shaping up to be a pitchers’ duel after four innings, with an unearned run standing as the only score of the day. Two innings and 10 runs later, Minnesota led, 7-4. The Buckeyes took the lead in the bottom of the fifth after sophomore catcher Greg Solomon and senior infielder Tyler Engle put up consecutive singles with two outs. Senior outfielder Brian DeLucia followed with an RBI double down the third-base line, and freshman outfielder Tim Wetzel knocked in a two-run single to put OSU up, 3-1. But the wheels fell off for the Buckeyes and freshman starter Greg Greve the following inning. Greve gave up a two-RBI single and then a two-out, two-run home run. Greve left the game after giving up a triple, but senior reliever Theron Minium gave up another two-run home run before getting out of the inning. “That’s an offense that we’ve held at bay for four games,” Beals said. “That sixth inning, I think, was four games of offense they threw at us all in one inning.” Minnesota added two runs in the eighth to increase its lead to 9-4, and OSU went quietly in the ninth. “That’s baseball,” Solomon said. “We played our best today and it wasn’t enough to get the win. But that’s baseball: having a 3-1 lead and then having the other team score runs.” Quick turnaround OSU had little time to recover from its 5-4 loss Thursday night to Illinois. After finishing the game past 11 p.m., the Buckeyes had to start their next game at 12:05 p.m. Friday. Solomon said they only got about six hours of sleep but that it’s a grind and what they needed to deal with. Beals said he was concerned with how “alive” his players’ bodies would be after last night but that it was not an excuse. “It’s the way tournaments are set up,” he said. “Illinois would have been in the same situation had we closed out the game last night, so that’s tournament baseball.” Season in review This was Beals’ first season as coach of OSU. He replaced Hall of Fame coach Bob Todd. Despite the team finishing with a record one game below .500, it finished the Big Ten regular season with a record of 13-11 and reappeared in the Big Ten Tournament after missing the cut last season. Wetzel said the team had a lot of guys fitting into new roles and that they all matured over the year. “We all found our roles pretty early in the season, and then we all really stuck to that,” he said. “I think, in a game like this, that’s going to take us a long way.” Beals said he was proud of how far the team came during his first year at OSU. “I’ll remember these kids for the fight they had,” he said. “Whether they were as good or better or not as good, they just fought and they fought and they fought.” Looking ahead The Buckeyes will lose sevens seniors, including three everyday starters. They will also lose two starting and two relief pitchers, one of whom is Drew Rucinski, a second-team All-Big Ten selection. Beals said the program has eight incoming players signed to national letter of intents and seven verbal commitments. “Playing baseball the right way and maximizing the game of baseball is what me and my coaching staff are going to push every day in this program,” Beals said. “It was something that was an absolute necessity for this season, and it’s something that I think for great baseball, where we want this program to go, it’s going to be a necessity in the future.” read more

Junior forward Ryan Dzingel (18) attempts to win a faceoff during a game against Michigan March 2 at Nationwide Arena. OSU lost, 4-3.Credit: Ben Jackson / For The LanternThe Big Ten men’s hockey leading scorer is no longer going to wreak havoc on opposing college defenders.Ohio State junior forward Ryan Dzingel announced his intentions to forgo his senior season after signing an entry-level contract with the NHL’s Ottawa Senators.“It was a very difficult decision leaving my friends and the program I love. I felt like it was the right choice for me moving forward with my career, even though Ohio State is heading in the right direction,” Dzingel said in a press release. “Thank you again to my teammates, coaches and fans. I will miss it.”Dzingel’s deal is for two years, and he is also set to sign an amateur tryout agreement. Doing so means he is set to be assigned to the team’s American Hockey League affiliate — the Binghamton Senators — for the rest of the season.Dzingel finished his junior year at OSU as the Big Ten’s leader in goals (22) and points (46), and was named to the All-Big Ten team in addition to being a finalist for this year’s Hobey Baker Award, given to the nation’s top college player.First-year OSU coach Steve Rohlik said the team is looking forward to seeing Dzingel compete at the professional level.“We are very proud of Ryan and all he has accomplished at Ohio State,” Rohlik said in the release. “We are excited for his new journey and wish him all the best.”Dzingel finished at or tied for the team lead in points at OSU in each of his three seasons as a Buckeye, compiling a total of 108 points in 110 games.The Wheaton, Ill., native was drafted by Ottawa in seventh round of the 2011 NHL Draft. The Senators’ next game is scheduled for Friday against the Rochester Americans.Dzingel did not immediately respond to The Lantern’s request for comment Wednesday. read more

The Ohio State women’s volleyball team celebrates after defeating No. 4 Penn State in four sets on Sept. 23. Credit: Miranda Lipton | Lantern ReporterAn anticipated rematch against Indiana (12-7, 3-5 Big Ten) and a match against Purdue (15-4, 4-4 Big Ten) are keeping the Ohio State women’s volleyball team focused this week.Ohio State lost three straight sets against the Hoosiers earlier in the season, but head coach Geoff Carlston said the team is prepared to bounce back.“It was one of the toughest losses I’ve dealt with in the past five or six years,” Carlston said. “We’re going to be a little different team in terms of personnel. Hopefully we can have Audra [Appold] and Madison [Smeathers] playing. Having them on the floor adds a lot of experience.”Senior outside hitter Audra Appold returned to the court last weekend against Michigan State after a one-game absence due to injury. “People keep asking me what I’m most looking forward to about playing again and I keep saying the same thing. I’m just really excited to be back out there,” Appold said. “I’m enjoying the time I have left. The biggest thing for the team right now is to enjoy being out there, to take in the crowd and the environment.”Junior middle blocker Madison Smeathers has played on and off throughout the season, but the two had not played together until both played in the previous match against the Spartans.Smeathers shared her personal motivation, one that stands both on and off the court. “You can always look around at other teams in the Big Ten and see what other people are doing,” Smeathers said. “That keeps you hungry. Losing obviously is a big killer that keeps you going, and so is coming into practice knowing how much better you can get every day.”The two players got right back to it as Smeathers knocked 13 kills in her first match back, and Appold had 11 digs. Purdue setter redshirt freshman Hayley Bush has contributed 788 out of the 900 total team assists. Carlston noted that Purdue is a “super physical team” with experienced players. “One of the crazy things about the Big Ten is that all the coaches realize that you have to be fluid and adapt to new game plans because teams will realize what you’re doing and use that against you,” Carlston said.Ohio State will hit the road on Friday to face Indiana at 7 p.m. in Bloomington, Indiana and Purdue on Sunday at 1 p.m. in West Lafayette, Indiana. read more