In 2011, the City of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada began a pilot project through their CityHousing Hamilton non-profit organization to update a residential tower for seniors. The entrance areas and hallways were renovated using Mondo Harmoni flooring. The results were encouraging, so three buildings of low-rise and high-rise towers were added to the project. This time they incorporated the Mondo Natura flooring to complement the residential setting. The feedback from residents and building managers has been extremely positive.
In addition to being a formidable historical monument, the Roman Theatre of Verona is also a place very loved by fans of theater and music. To make it an even a more enjoyable experience for spectators, the City Council decided to renovate the theater with a number of solutions, including the innovative seats made from Venelli.
Since 1917, United States veterans who returned from combat have had special medical benefits to take care of their post-war needs. Today, that system continues through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). VA Hospitals and Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOC) offer medical services for veterans who are no longer on active military status.
When the students at Sudbury’s St. Benedict Catholic Secondary School returned to class in September 2012, they celebrated the official opening of the school’s extension that includes grades seven and eight. Previously, the grades ranged from nine to 12. Now, with eight new state-of-the-art classrooms and a 5,500 square-foot ‘cafetorium’, St. Benedict school has created a stylish segue for students moving into their senior years of education.