Posts Tagged ‘Architects & Engineering’

Downsize & simplify

by Lynn Lofton Published: October 10,2010

Tags: Architects & Engineering, Jonathan Mattox, Michael Barranco

Smaller homes and sustainable lifestyle management are part of the ever-evolving world of architecture The sluggish economy and a desire for a simpler, more sustainable lifestyle are factors affecting changing residential design, according to two prominent Mississippi architects, Michael Barranco of Jackson and Jonathan Mattox of Oxford. Michael Barranco, an architect since 1989, says the […] [...]

For cautious consumer or environment friendly, sustainability measures are a must for Mississippi

by Contributing Columnist Published: October 10,2010

Tags: Architects & Engineering, Jeff Seabold

Commercial construction prices have seen a dip with lower material costs and the market getting more competitive. On the smaller commercial and residential side, costs have not seen that much of a decline.  Sure, companies have gotten leaner, but the cost savings that the consumer is seeing is in lower material costs — and that’s […] [...]

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