Building Bridges (2015-2016)

Bridges are built to span physical obstacles, provide passage, and connect communities, people, and resources. In ancient times, bridges were simple structures made of natural elements that provided only temporary transit over small distances. The bridges of our modern world are great feats of engineering and architecture that influence business, politics, and culture. Our work in Farmington is akin to building a bridge: connecting an array of people, ideas, and experiences in order to foster an inclusive and synergetic community. This work requires skill, energy, vision, and effective communication. Once reinforced, our community, like the most stalwart of bridges, will flourish for generations to come.
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