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AWI publishes summer edition of Design Solutions

The Architectural Woodwork Institute (AWI) has released the summer 2018 edition of its official journal, Design Solutions Magazine. The publication offers in depth features and resources including a technical article and a Product Showcase.

This quarter's cornerstone article, "More Is Possible in Project Design", reveals how advances in technology and Standards Development provide pathways to a broader design scope. The technical article, "Interview with a Future Woodworking Professional", includes a look at the next generation of woodworking talent.

It also features AWI member companies Allegheny Millwork of Lawrence, Pa.; Rowland Woodworking Inc., of High Point, N.C.; Stanton Millworks of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Kirchhoff-Consigli Construction Management of Pleasant Valley, N.Y.

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