Callison

Cal·li·son

(kal'ĭ-sŏn),
James S., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Callison fluid.
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To achieve its vision of an eco-efficient and connected community, the firm has partnered with world-renowned firms such as Callison RTKL, who worked on the masterplanning WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff for traffic analysis AIT Wind Solutions for wind analysis on the buildings and Langan for seismic analysis.
Christine Callison, and the late Dianna-Lynne (Thomas) Schillaci; proud grandfather of Michelle (Rick) Finn, Jennifer (Richard) LaGrand, Meganne Lube, Robert F.
The company was set up in 2015 following the merger of Callison and RTKL Associates - two key subsidiaries of leading asset design and consultancy company Arcadis.
Edited by Jamie Callison, Paul Fiddes, Anna Johnson, and Erik Tonning
Kuntermann explained that the new mall was designed by Callison, a Seattle-based architecture consultancy firm with established experience in shopping malls worldwide.
July 7, 1964: Phillies outfielder Johnny Callison belted a three-run homer off Red Sox pitcher Dick Radatz with two outs in the bottom of the ninth to give the N.
St Andrew's First Aid boss Stuart Callison said: "I would like to thank Arnold Clark for of the Top SEAT People generously supporting St Andrew's First Aid.
In these pages last winter, Kevin Callison and Robert Kaestner presented evidence that cigarette taxes have become so high and smokers are now such a small percentage of the population that current consumption is price inelastic ("Cigarette Taxes and Smoking," Winter 2014-2015).
Deploying a methodology that Marcus and Fischer launched in Anthropology and Cultural Critique (1986), Callison examines these issues in five widely disparate "discursive communities": Arctic indigenous representatives associated with the Inuit Circumpolar Council; journalists who report on climate change; Creation Care, a US evangelical Christian group concerned about climate change; science and science policy experts; and Ceres, a corporate social responsibility action group.
Kori Callison was born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska.
Arcadis said that following its acquisition of the 4,600-strong Hyder Consulting organisation, and the US-based architectural design practice Callison, its project backlog had increased by 41% - although only 7% of this was due to organic growth, with the rest a result of acquisitions and shifts in currency values.
However, it expires Thursday, meaning they missed their chance to tie the knot over the weekend, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation spokesman Jeffrey Callison said Monday.