10 Construction News Stories that Shaped May 2019

May 30, 2019

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With Memorial Day Weekend now come and gone, the construction summer season has officially begun for jobsites across the U.S. Whether you’re catching up from the holiday weekend or trying to balance work during this busy time of year, it’s essential to take a moment to catch up on the latest industry news.

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PWI Engineering

PWI is a mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection engineering firm since 1936 in the Philadelphia area. Our specialty is designing Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Plants. Our markets are in Healthcare, Higher Education, Commercial, and Industrial Facilities, and Energy Planning & Management Consulting.

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Remote work: Engineering’s perspective on humanizing the remote work experience

Article | April 24, 2020

At GitHub, working remotely has been in our DNA from the start. With over 80% of our engineers working remotely before COVID-19, the team has established some amazing best practices that foster a strong collaborative environment, inspire creativity, and a bit of levity with the ultimate goal of building trust within teams. What’s it like for GitHub engineers to work remotely?

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Pulumi 2.0 Delivers Cloud Engineering Superpowers to Developers

Article | April 21, 2020

Cloud Infrastructure and Engineering Leader, Pulumi announced version 2.0 of its platform. The new version comes equipped with policy, testing, and architecture as code to infrastructure provisioning. The users are calling these updates as superpowers that the company has added to the platform. The new capabilities of Pulumi 2.0 enable developers to accelerate application delivery and infrastructure to any private, public, or hybrid cloud with increased confidence and built-in governance.

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Five automated processes for more efficiency in precast project delivery

Article | May 26, 2021

Construction projects are currently facing numerous challenges: increasing time pressure, changes at short notice, cost efficiency, rising complexity, higher demands on architectural design and a larger number of participants characterize precast design today.

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Lake Zug East: Switzerland's Longest Construction Site Completed

Article | July 30, 2021

ntil recently, the infrastructure measures at Lake Zug East were the longest construction site in Switzerland. The 15-kilometer-long project has since been successfully completed after 20 months of construction. Not only has the full closure – which was necessary for economic and environmental protection reasons – been lifted, but one of the important access routes to the Gotthard Tunnel has also been completed. The fact that this could be done without any problems and delivered on schedule despite Coronavirus is due to the work of Emch+Berger WSB AG. The engineering firm was commissioned by the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) to undertake the planning, overall project management, and construction management. The planning was based on a BIM model in Allplan Engineering.

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PWI Engineering

PWI is a mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection engineering firm since 1936 in the Philadelphia area. Our specialty is designing Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Plants. Our markets are in Healthcare, Higher Education, Commercial, and Industrial Facilities, and Energy Planning & Management Consulting.

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