OMS Hosts UK College of Design

October 13, 2017 · · Ask OMS, News · 0 Comments

OMS Architecture hosted the 2017 AIA Ohio Valley Regional Conference reception for the University of Kentucky College of Design. Lori Matthews, Director of Philanthropy at UK, invited all UK alum to join.  Stenz Construction gave us access to the best view in the city from the rooftop deck at 429 Penn. Mary Agnew (Rice) with Professor.

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UPDATE: Traditions at Deerfield

October 6, 2017 · · Ask OMS, Health Care, Interior Design, Residence, Senior Living · 0 Comments

  Opening in 2018, Traditions at Deerfield offers a more ‘at home’ feel for the residents of Loveland and the Greater Cincinnati area. Amenities include a beauty salon, chapel, fitness center, restaurant-style dining with many menu choices, transportation, emergency response system, walking paths and a theater. Construction completion is scheduled for December 25th, 2017 and.

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It’s Showtime!

September 27, 2017 · · Ask OMS, Education, Interior Design · 0 Comments

  Monrovia High School is getting a makeover. A 31,000-square foot performing arts center will be ready in spring of 2018. OMS and The Korte Company are designing the 600-seat facility. The new facility includes state-of-the-art sound system and lighting, dressing rooms, new band and choir rooms with practice and ensemble spaces, and orchestra pit..

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Mt. Vernon Phase 2 Awarded

September 19, 2017 · · Ask OMS, Awards, Bid Opportunities, Education, Interior Design · 0 Comments

OMS Architecture is pleased to announce that the Mt. Vernon Community School board of trustees awarded Phase 2 of their middle school addition and renovation project to Mattcon General Contractors.  The project includes new student classrooms, new safe and secure main administrative entry and marauder hall. All of which is scheduled for completion for the.

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Ivy Tech Bloomington

September 15, 2017 · · News · 0 Comments

 Creating an Environment for Learning Contrary to what some people thought, Ivy Tech Bloomington became one of the fastest growing campuses in Indiana in the early 1990’s. Students could look past the rodents and the registrar’s office which was once a women’s restroom…because Ivy Tech Bloomington offered affordable classes for a quality education. By the.

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