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Colour-Court Inc. Established in 1992.Specializing in tennis court construction and acrylic surfacing. Our work can be found in various City parks, Tennis Clubs, Schools,Resorts and Municipalities all across Ontario.
Country: Canada

Nailsea Court Residents Association presents a history of this Jacobean manor house (now converted into five homes). Includes exterior and interior images. Nailsea Court is an 800 year old, Grade I listed Jacobean style manor house. Following the death of its last private owner, over 20 years ago, the house and grounds fell into a poor state of repair. It was during this time, while the house lay empty, that many of its original features became damaged by vandals or stolen and sold to collectors.
Country: United States

This 14th-century manor house in Herefordshire was re-fronted by 20th-century architect Sir Clough Williams-Ellis. Includes history and information on the holiday flat, exhibition and soft fruit farm. Burton Court, a historic house recently mentioned as hugely enjoyable in Simon Jenkins's award-winning book 'England's Thousand Best Houses'. Burton Court is a family run enterprise that offers a truly unique location for a wedding, a private or corporate party, a conference, a product launch or film work.

Manufacturer of panelized court systems for racquetball/squash, as well as locker systems.
Country: United States

Tennis court construction and resurfacing.
Country: United States

The official site of this 19th-century fantasy castle built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria includes an illustrated building history, tour and biography of Ludwig. The Bavarian Administration of State-owned Palaces, Gardens and Lakes, otherwise known as the Palace Department, is one of the most traditional administrative departments in the Free State of Bavaria. Created as part of the administration at the court of the electors and kings, it is today the largest public authority responsible for museums in Germany, managing 45 palaces, castles and residences. It is also responsible for a very special historical heritage: the many magnificent court gardens, palace parks, gardens and lakes.
Country: Germany

Timber processing and door manufacturing.
Country: Malaysia

Timber processing and door manufacturing.
Country: Malaysia

Provides residential and commercial construction of basketball courts, tennis courts, roller hockey rinks, gymnasium floors, and more.
Country: United States

A Tudor courtier house built by Nicholas Poyntz at Iron Acton, near Bristol. Illustrated history and description of the house and grounds today, plus visitor information including calendar of events and location map.

San Antonio builder of residential and commerical tennis, basketball and multi-game courts. Official San Antonio Sport Court dealer.
Country: United States

Fabsigns are Brisbane signwriters specialising in a wide range of signwriting services including reception signs, vehicle signage, laser letter cutting, food court & illuminated signs and more, designing, fabricating and installing signs. For Brisbane signs, look no further than Fabsigns.
Country: Australia

Official site maintained by the Architect of the Capitol provides historic and current information on the function and architecture of the Capitol, House and Senate buildings, and surrounding grounds. he Architect of the Capitol is responsible to the United States Congress for the maintenance, operation, development, and preservation of the United States Capitol Complex, which includes the Capitol, the congressional office buildings, the Library of Congress buildings, the Supreme Court building, the U.S. Botanic Garden, the Capitol Power Plant, and other facilities.
Country: United States

Integrity Home Improvement is proud to take a few moments and tell you a little more about us. We strongly belive that any homeowner in the market to improve their home should be afforded the luxury of a complete understanding of options, perils and pertinent issues. Included in this is How To Choose A Contractor, How To Protect Themselves By Requiring Proper Documentation And How To Evaluate Manufactures. The Days Of "Trusting" Home Improvement Contractors Are Over - To Many Shade Tree Contractors Have Ruined The Integrity Of The Industry. The number one most complained about industry (according to recent statistics) is the Home Improvement Service industry. Horror stories of unfinished projects, paid for but unstarted projects and completely unprofessional craftsmanship are stacking up at both the Better Business Bureau and small claims court. The sad truth is that , unfortunately, any guy with a desire , a hammer and a truck can start a home improvement company. All he need have in order to appear legitimate upon a precursory inspection is a nicely printed business card, a tool belt and a logo'ed truck. Consider for a minute, what would you look for, what types of professional credentials would you be interested in seeing - so you could feel comfortable in both the craftsmanship and professionalism of the perspective home improvement contractor?
Country: United States

The Institute of Design and Construction (IDC) is a private, non-profit institution registered by the New York State Department of Education, accredited by the New York State Board of Regents and authorized to confer Associate Degrees in Occupational Studies. IDC was founded in 1947 by Vito P. Battista, R.A. and is located in downtown Brooklyn. Its primary goal is to offer undergraduate and professional training and to prepare individuals for rewarding careers in the building construction industry. The Institute began as an evening school in December, 1947 at 26 Court Street in Brooklyn. Approximately 100 students enrolled, with eight instructors teaching 11 subjects. In 1952, the Institute's courses of study were approved by the Veterans Administration. In January of 1955, the Institute was organizationally changed to a not-for-profit institution and received a provisional charter for its curriculum leading to a Certificate in Architecture and a Certificate in Engineering. In September 1955, the Institute purchased a landmark church building at 311 Bridge Street. By then, the Institute had an enrollment of approximately 450 students, with 35 instructors teaching 58 subjects. In 1968, the Institute purchased the American Law Book building at 141 Willoughby Street, its present location. In January of 1974, IDC was authorized by the New York State Board of Regents to confer Associate Degrees of Occupational Studies (A.O.S.) in Architectural Technology, Building Construction Technology and Building Systems Design Technology. That same year, the school was approved for the Basic Education Opportunity Grant (BEOG) Program (now Pell Grant Program) by the United States Office of Education. The New York State Department of Education approved IDC for the Tuition Assistance Program and training of veterans. The Institute of Design and Construction was granted an Absolute Charter of complete and permanent college status in March of 1975. The Institute is a pioneer in the educational program now known as the 'Work and Study Plan.' This full-time day program was started in 1952, and consists of two semesters of accelerated course study in the architectural and building construction fields. At the end of the first year, students work during the day and return to evening school to complete their training toward an Associate Degree in Occupational Studies. This Work/Study program requires 2-1/2 years to complete. The evening school program requires three years to complete. In 1997, IDC added an Interior Design major to its Architectural Technology program. IDC's day program has made available an architectural or construction education to talented students in the shortest possible time, and makes an education in these fields attainable for students who are unable to afford a full-time university education. The school graduates highly trained individuals who meet the demands of the building construction industry. IDC maintains a free placement service for its students and has achieved an excellent reputation for supplying highly prepared personnel to architectural, interior design, construction and engineering firms. Employers contact the placement office with job opportunities and our administrative staff assists in arranging interviews. IDC does not guarantee any jobs or placements.
Country: United States