Self-sealing duct used in renovation of former tobacco company buildings

January 2007
Snips;Jan2007, Vol. 76 Issue 1, Special section p6
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the renovation of the manufacturing facility of American Tobacco Co. in Durham, North Carolina in 2003. The local developer of the industrial complex, Capitol Broadcasting Co., decided to renovate the facility and create a corporate and residential campus, which emphasizes the historical past of the site. The project was know as the American Tobacco Campus. The industrial architecture look of the space is one of the key attractions of the facility.


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