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Consulting Symmetry: Kohler Ronan Is Set Up to Align with Cultural Institutions’ Architects

By KR Projects

Construction Today, September-October 2012

When cultural institutions like museums, private schools and universities add facilities to their existing structures, they typically rely on a pool of architects that specialize in this segment of construction. So, it only makes sense that Kohler Ronan LLC – an engineering consulting firm that primarily serves the northeastern United States – would streamline its processes to align with those architectural firms that design these institutions.

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SKyPAC Opens to Rave Reviews from Crowd

By KR Projects

Kohler Ronan’s SKyPAC Receives Outstanding Press

SKyPAC opens to rave reviews from crowd, Bowling Green Daily News, March 11, 2012
When Warren County Judge-Executive Mike Buchanon walked into the Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center for opening night Saturday, he felt the experience was surreal. “Am I really in Bowling Green, Ky.? We’re so fortunate to have it in Bowling Green,” he said. “I think it’s extraordinary. It’s elegant, bright and welcoming. When you walk into the theater, you’re awestruck.”

SKyPAC has truly been a story of resolve, Bowling Green Daily News, March 7, 2012
Businesses forecast boost from SKyPAC, Bowling Green Daily News, March 8, 2012

HB Nitkin Group’s Front Street District Is the Final Component of Adriaen’s Landing Project

By KR Projects

New England Real Estate Journal, May 2009

The Front Street District is the final component of the Adriaen’s Landing master planned development. Located immediately off I-91 at Exit 29A, at the intersection of Columbus Blvd. and Front St., Phase 1 of the Front Street District will include approximately 65,000 s/f of retail space. This first phase of the project will be the future home of a variety of restaurant and entertainment venues creating a “restaurant district” to serve visitors to other Adriaen’s Landing facilities, the daytime workers and residents of Hartford and the surrounding suburban population.

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