AWI publishes summer edition of Design Solutions

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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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