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Inter-lux Releases the First of a New Range of Whitegoods Downlighting Products

Inter-lux is pleased to announce a new family of products; the Whitegoods General Downlight (GDL)! GDL is available in high-efficiency, multiple-output CREE LED, integral driver and competitively priced to fit any budget.

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Understanding the Statute of Repose

Architects and other design professionals carry risk related to claims on past projects where they have completed all of their work. Statutes of repose and statutes of limitations provide definite ends to risk of potential claims being filed on projects.

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Amalie ElFallah, Assoc. AIA Receives Fulbright Award

AIAPV member Amalie ElFallah (B.S. Architecture ’18) has been awarded the Fulbright U.S. Student Program’s two-year Laurea Magistrale in Architecture and Urban Design at the Politecnico di Milano in Italy. Congratulations Amalie!

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