Rink Design Partnership

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Rink Design Partnership was an architectural firm in Orlando, Florida. The firm's best known work may be the University of North Florida Student Union building. It was listed as one of Florida's top 100 buildings by the American Institute of Architects.[1] The firm was in business for about 25 years and closed in 2010 over financial issues.[2] Jack Diamond, known as "Mr. Downtown", was the firm's senior principal. Other principals were Glenn Dasher, Craig Davisson and Tom Hurst[3][4] In 2010, Diamond opened a new firm called Diamond Architectural Group.[5]

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  1. ^ a b [1]
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  3. ^ a b c d e Tom Hurst May 21, 2007 Jacksonville Business Journal
  4. ^ 'Mr. Downtown' Jack Diamond's architectural firm closing April 7, 2010 Jacksonville.com
  5. ^ Christian Conte Jack Diamond opens own architectural firm May 4, 2010 Jacksonville Business Journal
  6. ^ Caty Van Housen Marsh Marvel October 1, 2007 Jacksonville Business Journal