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MEDIA ALERT: HiFive Development of Mason breaks ground in Dayton (Xenia) at 4 Paws for Ability this Thursday ~~ 8.14.14 ~~ New, State-of-the-Art, $2.7M HQ facility doubles size for World Renowned Provider of Service Dogs ~~ http://www.4PawsforAbility.org ~~ HiFIve Development: Designers, Builders, Developers and Planners ~~ http://www.HiFive1.com

Posted in HiFive Development Services Inc. with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on 08/11/2014 by @CincinnatiPR
WDTN Channel 2 Dayton - ABC 22/FOX 45 Dayton - WHIO Channel 7 Dayton

WDTN Channel 2 Dayton – ABC 22/FOX 45 Dayton – WHIO Channel 7 Dayton

 

HiFive Development breaks ground today at 4 Paws For Ability Dayton Xenia - Media Alert 8.14.14

 

 

 

 

4 Paws For Ability Founder Karen Shirk HiFive groundbreaking Dayton Xenia 8.14.14

Karen Shirk founder of http://www.4pawsforability.org

Media Alert – : HiFive Development breaks ground today August 14 2014 at 4 Paws For Ability Dayton Xenia – MEDIA ALERT

HiFive Development breaks ground at 4 Paws for Ability in Xenia Thursday August 14 2014

http:///www.HiFive1.com Groundbreaking in Dayton (Xenia) Thursday 8.14.14

4 Paws for Ability: Our Future Is Now

Dayton-area (Xenia) World Leader in Raising, Training, Providing Service Dogs Breaks Ground Thursday for $2.7M World-Class Facility

4 Paws taps HiFive Development Services of Mason for new State-of-the-Art HQ.

More than 750 dogs placed worldwide: Australia, Germany, Japan, Switzerland, etc.

The Community: mostly youngsters, children under 10, who seek GREAT service dogs.

Thursday Press Conference and Media Luncheon at 12:30 p.m. (8.14.14) in Xenia.

Facility to Combine Offices, Training, Development, Surgical, Feeding, Vet Services, etc.

Sophia (pn the right) with her mom Heidi and their 4 Paws friend Browser.

Sophia (pn the right) with her mom Heidi and their 4 Paws friend Browser.

[DAYTON, Ohio (Xenia)  ~ August 11, 2014] Come join us! We’re barking up a brand-new day (couldn’t resist a canine pun!) at 4 Paws for Ability (www.4pawsforability.org) with the local, regional and international community we now call family.

This Thursday, 4 Paws for Ability breaks ground for our new $2.7 million, 13,000-square-foot headquarters facility in Xenia, designed and (soon-to-be-built) by HiFive Development Services Inc. of Mason, Ohio (www.hifive1.com).

HiFive Development Services, founded in 2002 and increasingly active in the Dayton market, is a world-class team of designers, builders, developers and planners owned and run by co-founders Mark Davis and Brian Zilch.

HiFive designed the new 4 Paws for Ability facility, which will more than doubling the space of its adjoining old digs, with a mix of professional space for the humans and everything a growing, developing, dedicated service dog needs.

Elements include expanded facilities for kennels, playing, training, feeding, whelping, surgery, laundry, equipment storage, quarantine rooms, exam rooms and veterinary services, offices and conference room facilities.

Who: 4Paws for Ability Founder Karen Shirk, Friends, Kids & Dogs

What: Groundbreaking and Media Luncheon at 4 Paws for Ability

Where: 4Paws for Ability, 207 Dayton Avenue, Xenia OH 45385

When: 12:30 p.m. this Thursday, August 14, 2014

Why: 4Paws for Ability, a world leader in placing service dogs, celebrates with local business, community, government leaders, partners and friends.

thx to media peeps who stopped out from (L-R) WDTN Channel 2 NBC, ABC22/FOX45 and WHIO-TV Channel 7 CBS. http://www.hifive1.com

thx to media peeps who stopped out from (L-R) WDTN Channel 2 NBC, ABC22/FOX45 and WHIO-TV Channel 7 CBS. http://www.hifive1.com

For more information about 4 Paws for Ability please visit http://www.4pawsforability.org or contact Ms. Kelly Camm, Development Director, at (859) 802-0122 or kelly@4pawsforability.org.

To reach CEO Mark Davis at HiFive Development Services Inc., please call (513) 336-9280 or send Mark an e-mail at mark@hifive1.com.

HiFive Development Services of Mason breaks ground at 4 Paws for Ability in Dayton Xenia

http:///www.HiFive1.com Groundbreaking in Dayton (Xenia) Thursday 8.14.14

Duante Beddingfield with 4 Paws; behind Duante is the site of the groundbreaking and new building.

Duante Beddingfield with 4 Paws; behind Duante is the site of the groundbreaking and new building.

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HiFive Development, architect of CityLink Center opening today in Cincinnati: ‘Construction Co. Designs Heavenly,’ from 2006 feature in The Cincinnati Enquirer

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Some might say, “Construction Company Designs Heavenly:

HiFive in Cincinnati Enquirer, November 2006.

Today’s opening of the CityLink Center in Cincinnati marks yet another milestone for one of the fastest-growing general contracting and design/build companies in the Nation, HiFive Development Services of Mason.

Congrats to the whole HiFive Development Services crew, starting with co-founder and CEO Mark Davis, President Brian Zilch, Chief Financial Officer Larry Long, Chief Operating Officer John Moses, Vice President of Pre-Construction Tom Lennon, Vice President of HiFive Church Group Steve Daniels, LEEP AP Senior Designer Blake Helms, Senior Designer Tim Hentz, AIA LEED AP Architect Sam Cain, Senior Project Manager/Director of Safety Phil Buck, Senior Project Manager James S. Dean, Senior Project Manager David A. Arnold, Marketing Director Tom Lempner, Site Manager Michael A. Holzmacher, Project Engineer Scott Gruber, Interior Designer Mary Milliken, Superintendent Glen Burkhardt, Superintendent Tom Gohs, Assistant Superintendent Jonathon Zilch, Project Manager Adam Arnold and Project Engineer Kyle Cowgill

The CityLink Center approach, from the website, http://www.citylinkcenter.org:

CityLink’s approach is based on the idea that support services are much more effective when they work together. This bundled services model comes from the Centers for Working Families (CWF) Model, developed by the Annie E. Casey Foundation several years ago as a response to the challenges facing low-income, working adults and their families. CWF was built upon the realization that programs to help people climb out of poverty were often underutlized, for a number of reasons: scheduling conflicts, transportation barriers, the embarrassment of asking for help, and even lack of awareness that these programs existed. By offering employment services, access to publicly available resources and financial services under one roof and integrating them into a holistic solution, CWF began achieving promising results. Clients who received bundled services were three to four times more likely to achieve a major economic outcome than clients receiving one service.”

Continuing ….

“This bundled services model is now recognized as a best practice method for fighting poverty, with successful centers in Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago and New York. And it’s just the starting point for the CityLink vision.”

For more information about HiFive Development Services, please call (513) 336-9280 or visit http://www.hifive1.com.

HiFive Development 2006 Press Release exclusive to Cincinnati Enquirer

… and here’s a downloadable (Word doc) HiFive Press Release that landed The Cincinnati Enquirer feature in 2006, courtesy of AndyHemmer.com PRA Community Brand of Builder – HiFive Development Services Inc. of Mason – 2006 Press Release exclusive for Cincinnati Enquirer – PR by Andy Hemmer

http://www.CityLinkCenter.org, designed by HiFive Development

http://www.CityLinkCenter.org, designed by HiFive Development

http://www.CityLinkCenter.org, designed by HiFive Development

http://www.CityLinkCenter.org, designed by HiFive Development

http://www.CityLinkCenter.org, designed by HiFive Development

http://www.CityLinkCenter.org, designed by HiFive Development

http://www.CityLinkCenter.org, designed by HiFive Development

www.hifive1.com CEO Mark Davis, architect of Cincinnati Christian University Master Plan, on unifying elements, campus identity, matriculation and the 2012 CCU ‘Salute to Leaders’

Posted in HiFive Development Services Inc. with tags , , , , , , on 09/19/2012 by @CincinnatiPR

HiFive’s Mark Davis joins NFL legend Munoz, Cincinnati business icons Arington, Moll, Sams and Beshears at Manor House Thursday night: ‘Salute to Leaders’ by Cincinnati Christian University

Posted in HiFive Development Services Inc. with tags , , , , , on 09/18/2012 by @CincinnatiPR

CCU Magazine PDF: Mark Davis of HiFive on Cover of CCU Magazine

Come join us Thursday night as Cincinnati Christian University holds its annual “Salute to Leaders” at Manor House in Masonhttp://www.ccuniversity.edu/ua/salute/

Need tix? –>> http://www.ccuniversity.edu/ua/salute/

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Mark Davis, CEO of HiFive Development Services Inc. of Mason is designing the Master Plan for CCU.

Mr. Davis follows in the footsteps of previous CCU honorees such as Cincinnati Bengals legend and NFL Hall of Famer Anthony Munoz, as well as Tom Arington, Ron and Mary Beshear, Tom Moll and Don Sams.

Enjoy some of Mark’s work at CCU, originally known as the Cincinnati Bible Seminary ….. 2700 Glenway Avenue, high above The Queen City:

Cincinnati Christian University – Master Plan by Mark Davis, HiFive Development Services Inc. of Mason

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Cincinnati Christian University – Master Plan by Mark Davis, HiFive Development Services Inc. of Mason

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Cincinnati Christian University – Master Plan by Mark Davis and HiFive Development Services Inc.

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HiFive Development Services in Cincinnati Enquirer, PR by Andy Hemmer: ‘HiFive Invests In, Connects With People.”

Posted in HiFive Development Services Inc. with tags , , , on 06/17/2012 by @CincinnatiPR

HiFive Development in Cincinnati Enquirer – PR by Andy Hemmer

HiFive Development Services in the Sunday Enquirer …. Here’s the Press Release … HiFive Development in Cincinnati Enquirer – PR by Andy Hemmer – The $30M Rebound – Press Release

Enjoy a ‘lil behind-the-scenes from the photo shoot:

Thanks, Jeff and Josh! 

HiFIVE DEVELOPMENT PRESS RELEASE, PAGE ONE:

“THE $30 MILLION REBOUND”

HiFive Development – The $30M Rebound – Press Release, Page ONE – PR by Andy Hemmer

….. HiFive Development Services Press Release, Page 2:

HiFive Development – The $30M Rebound – Press Release, Page 2 – PR by Andy Hemmer

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