Shive-Hattery Design wins international downtown award


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Posted Online: Nov. 19, 2012, 8:54 pm
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The International Downtown Association selected the Shive-Hattery-designed Moline Centre Streetscape Master Plan and the 5th Avenue Reconstruction Project in Moline for a Downtown Merit Award.

The project won in the Public Space category, which recognizes capital improvements that enhance the urban design, physical function or economic viability of downtown and the community.

Shive-Hattery is an architectural and engineering firm with offices in Moline, Bloomington and Downers Grove, Ill.; Cedar Rapids, Iowa City and West Des Moines, Iowa; and Chesterfield, Mo. For more information, visit shive-hattery.com.


















 



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