Back to Help Puerto Rico

Last year, the Puerto Rico Re_Start Project was started to help after the devastation of Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Architecture professor Martha Kohen spearheaded this effort and went to Puerto Rico last March along with colleagues and students. This mission was so successful that they decided to do it again. Puerto Rico Re_Start 2 was …

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FIBER Officially Launched at UF

The Florida Institute for Built Environment Resilience (FIBER) was officially launched on March 20. This institute, part of the University of Florida’s College of Design, Construction and Planning, will focus on research that helps communities respond to complex environmental challenges by improving the way they plan, design and build the physical environment. FIBER is comprised …

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RLF Supports Our College in Multiple Ways

By Joey Mazzaferro RLF, an Orlando-based multidisciplinary firm, recently sponsored the Design & Planning Career Fair at DCP’s inaugural Industry Expo. The company has been in existence for 84 years and offers services in architecture, mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering, fire protection, communications and interior design. RLF has been the recipient of numerous local, state …

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DCP Alums Come Home Again

The Homecoming game didn’t turn out how Gator fans wanted but DCP’s Alumni Tailgate held before the game was a blast. We were happy to see our alums and enjoy delicious food, fun games and great music with them. Before the tailgate started, we were honored to induct Gary Condron and Vincent G. Burkhardt into …

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