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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,

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

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 PRA Community Brand of Builder – HiFive Development Services Inc. of Mason – 2006 Press Release exclusive for Cincinnati Enquirer – PR by Andy Hemmer, designed by HiFive Development, designed by HiFive Development, designed by HiFive Development, designed by HiFive Development, designed by HiFive Development, designed by HiFive Development, designed by HiFive Development

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