/ 6.9.16

Throwback Thursday – Temple Anshe Sholom

This week's Throwback Thursday journey through the Epstein archives takes us to 20820 Western Avenue in Olympia Fields, Illinois back in April, 1964 for the opening of the new Temple Anshe Sholom (Anshe Sholom means 'Men of Peace'). This Epstein engi...

/ 6.1.16

Throwback Thursday – Pioneer Screw & Nut Co.

For this week's Epstein Throwback Thursday we are taking a trip back to September, 1965 for the opening of the modernist 65,000 square foot office, manufacturing and warehouse facility for Pioneer Screw & Nut Co. Located at 2700 York Road in Elk ...

/ 5.26.16

Throwback Thursday – Standard Brands

After last week's long form Throwback Thursday 'expose' on the International Amphitheatre, one of the more groundbreaking projects that we've designed and engineered during our nearly 95 year history, today we take a step back and cover a much more m...

/ 5.20.16

Fri’d Greens – Energy Modeling, Power Generating Homes, and ‘Green’ Making ‘Green’

Three Misconceptions About Energy Modeling – EcoBuilding PulseBuilding performance is becoming a greater priority, and the tools to predict it are becoming more accessible. So why isn't energy modeling used in every project?8 homes that generate more...

/ 5.19.16

Throwback Thursday – International Amphitheatre

Today's Epstein Throwback Thursday covers a historical event that took place 82 years ago, and in many ways helped save our then fledgling firm. On April 18, 1934, it was unbearably hot 92°, when Chicago's 2nd 'Great Fire' struck the massive Union St...

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