The Green Screen at the Reeves Wiedeman Company HQ on Main Street is growing strong. The screen, half covered in the middle of the seasonal growth period, exemplifies the steps people can take to reduce their impact on the earth. Helix implemented this design feature to help the project reach LEED Gold certification.
Monthly archives for June, 2012
Here’s an excellent photo of the paint removal process at the west entrance of KC Police Headquarters. Workers are using glass beads to blast away the layers of paint from the bronze facade of this Helix project.
Working with felted textiles, Helix’s librarian is featured in the Epsten Gallery’s “Women to Watch” art exhibit. Congratulations Marcie!
“Women to Watch 2012: Focus on Fiber and Textiles” continues at the Epsten Gallery at Village Shalom, 5500 W. 123rd St., Overland Park, through Sunday. Hours are 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 1-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. For more information, call 913-266-8413 or go to KCJMCA.org.
The $21 million renovation and expansion of the Kansas City Police Headquarters was featured in the Kansas City Star today.
“We’ll bring it back to the original, and the ornamental crown molding on the ceiling will be restored,” said Reeves Wiedeman, a principal at Helix Architecture & Design, the project architect. “All will be restored to the original design.”