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Sustainability and the Louisiana Coast
Rebuilding after Rita CPSB Warehouses
A Fleeting Glimpse
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Sustainability and the Louisiana Coast
Rockefeller Wildlife Refuge
The Mississippi River Watershed is the world's third largest, draining 41% of what is now the continental US.  The River's course has shifted position over eons, creating new deltas and with...  read more
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Renaissance Perspective
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Welcome to the first Newsletter of Stephen M. Long, Architect, a professional full-service architectural firm.  This introduction of the firm's work and services will feature one project, a discussion of some design & environmental issues, and a fleeting glimpse into our operations and locale.
Rebuilding after Hurricane Rita:
Cameron Parish School Board Warehouses
CPSB WarehousesHurricane Rita by NASA

On September 24, 2005, coastal Cameron Parish in Louisiana's southwest corner was hit by sustained 120 mph winds and a 20' storm surge with the landfall of Hurricane Rita within its borders, and the Parish seat town of Cameron endured heavy damage.  There, on a site...  read more

A Fleeting Glimpse
NOLA Streetcar St. Charles Ave Dan Chamblee
The New Orleans St. Charles Avenue Streetcar
photograph by Dan Chamblee
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