'REENGINEERING SAM' CHRONICLES SCHMIDT'S JOURNEY TO DRIVE AGAIN

Malone remembers writing book reports on legends like Al Unser, A.J. Foyt and Johnny Rutherford when he was a kid. But even that knowledge and passion for the sport couldn’t prepare the Colorado-based filmmaker for the force that is Schmidt, the INDYCAR team owner whose career as a race driver ended abruptly when he was paralyzed in a January 2000 testing crash.

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Gruppo CMS

The CMS Group was founded in 1975 and operates in the field of mechanical engineering and manufacturing for third parties. Currently it is composed by 7 companies and 14 plants located in Marano sul Panaro, Vignola and Modena, starting from 2013 it is present with a manufacturing plant in China.

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OxBlue Announces AI-Based Capabilities for Social Distancing

Article | July 14, 2022

OxBlue.Com, an Atlanta-Based Technology Company and the Leader in Professional Construction Camera Services, Has Announced the Development of Artificial Intelligence-Based Technology for Detecting Social Distancing on Construction Sites. OxBlue, an Atlanta-based technology company and the leader in professional construction camera services, has announced the development of artificial intelligence-based technology for detecting social distancing on construction sites.

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Engineering Tech

On Engineering in Crisis: Strategizing and Finding Consistency

Article | July 20, 2022

Over the next few weeks, we invite you to join us for a short-form blog series on how SWE Members are navigating the world amidst COVID-19. In this third blog, we are pleased to feature Tuyet-Hanh Schnell from South New Jersey. Today, we are pleased to feature Tuyet-Hanh Schnell from South New Jersey. These blogs will showcase how different SWE members are engineering their lives during this fluid and ever-changing environment.

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Robotics and Automation

How Engineering Answers to Why Cybersecurity is Critical to Realizing the Full Potential of 5G Networks?

Article | July 13, 2022

5G is the next quantum leap in mobile and wireless communication, providing unprecedented speed, capacity, and capabilities. In the 5G world, networks will serve trillions of connected things, and each person will be supported by hundreds of connected devices. In addition to these opportunities, the combination of new capabilities and virtualisation in 5G introduces new threats. 5G has significantly more network end-points that cyber criminals can exploit, and 5G virtualisation means that the entire connection is based on software, which is inherently hackable. Transforming society by reconceptualising the “network” Understanding where the vulnerabilities exist is a critical first step toward protecting 5G networks from cyber threats. This entails implementing a process that involves identifying, profiling, and assessing the health of each component before allowing it to connect to the network, and, if necessary, restricting access to the 5G service based on this assessment. It's known as a zero-trust approach, and it will assist organizations throughout the 5G ecosystem in striking the right balance between business risk and 5G security. 5G Expands Cyber Risks The network is transitioning away from centralized, hardware-based switching and toward distributed, software-defined digital routing. However, in the 5G software defined network, that activity is pushed outward to a web of digital routers spread throughout the network, removing the possibility of chokepoint inspection and control. 5G adds to its cyber vulnerability by virtualizing higher-level network functions previously performed by physical appliances in software. These activities are based on the Internet Protocol common language and well-known operating systems. Even if it were possible to secure the network's software vulnerabilities, the network is also managed by software—often early generation artificial intelligence—that is vulnerable. The dramatic increase in bandwidth that enables 5G opens up new attack vectors. Low-cost, short-range small-cell antennas deployed throughout urban areas become new physical hard targets. Finally, there is the vulnerability created by connecting tens of billions of hackable smart devices (actually, small computers) to the Internet of Things network. Plans are in the works for a diverse and seemingly endless list of IoT-enabled activities, ranging from public safety to battlefield to medical to transportation—all of which are both wonderful and uniquely vulnerable. In this paper, we argue that a zero-trust approach, combined with company leaders focusing on three key pillars—trust, resilience, and enablement—will form the foundation of a sound cyber strategy, allowing companies to roll out 5G quickly and safely.

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Infrastructure Policy Watch: EU climate deal proposed, while UK financing and planning steps forward

Article | May 4, 2021

In this fortnightly blog, ICE's Director of Policy Chris Richards looks at developing policy landscape for infrastructure, what decisions mean, and their implications, so that infrastructure professionals can play their part in shaping the discussion.

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Gruppo CMS

The CMS Group was founded in 1975 and operates in the field of mechanical engineering and manufacturing for third parties. Currently it is composed by 7 companies and 14 plants located in Marano sul Panaro, Vignola and Modena, starting from 2013 it is present with a manufacturing plant in China.

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TYLin Bolsters Water Sector Capabilities with Acquisition of Greeley and Hansen, an Award-Winning, Global Water Engineering Firm

TYLin | December 22, 2022

TYLin, a globally recognized, full-service infrastructure consulting firm, announced today it is expanding its water and wastewater capabilities in North America with the acquisition of Chicago-based Greeley and Hansen, a leading water infrastructure engineering firm known for creating some of the world’s largest and first-of-its-kind water and wastewater treatment facilities in the U.S. and Latin America. Greeley and Hansen will continue to go to market as Greeley and Hansen, A TYLin Company. Founded in Chicago in 1914, Greeley and Hansen is an award-winning global engineering, architecture, and consulting firm solely dedicated to providing sustainable engineering solutions for a broad range of water, wastewater, and solid waste challenges. With over 100 years of proven civil and environmental engineering experience in all phases of project development and implementation, the firm has grown to become a premier global provider of comprehensive services in the water sector. With more than 20 offices in the U.S. and Latin America, Greeley and Hansen is dedicated to designing better urban environments worldwide. “The acquisition of Greeley and Hansen advances our strategy to leverage our current water sector capabilities to help transform TYLin into a leader in the water market in the Americas, TYLin’s prowess in infrastructure, coupled with Greeley and Hansen’s strong industry-wide reputation in water and wastewater engineering technologies and construction, will make us a powerful force as we strive to improve the quality of life in the communities our clients serve.” Matthew G. Cummings, P.E, President and Chief Executive OfficerTYLI Group For more than a century we have made it our mission at Greeley and Hansen to improve urban environments by solving complex water, wastewater, and solid waste challenges with sophisticated engineering solutions, said John C. Robak, Chairman and CEO of Greeley and Hansen. Our bespoke engineering solutions and designs have created some of the world’s best and largest water and wastewater treatment facilities -- from Chicago to Colombia. As part of TYLin, Greeley and Hansen will have even more resources and scale, and an even greater ability to provide clients with the advanced technologies and innovative ideas we have been known for since our founding 11 decades ago. This coming together is very symbiotic. TYLin offers broader engineering resources and provides us with tremendous breadth, while Greeley and Hansen is an expert in water, providing TYLin with amazing depth.” As part of the acquisition, Greeley and Hansen’s Chairman and CEO John C. Robak will step down after serving as an advisor during the transition. He plans to continue his endeavors in philanthropy and civic engagement. Greeley and Hansen Chairman Emeritus Andy Richardson and President Paul Vogel will retire. TYLin’s newly expanded water sector will now be led by Greeley and Hansen’s Michael J. Hope, P.E., who was previously a Principal and Executive Vice President at Greeley and Hansen, leading client engagements and business development. Hope joins TYLin as President of Greeley and Hansen and Senior Vice President of TYLin. TYLin’s Abe Khademi, SVP, will continue to oversee the TYLin Water Sector in Canada and work with Hope to develop plans for a unified water team. In addition to being a very strategic business decision, the acquisition of Greeley and Hansen is also a solid cultural fit, said TYLin’s Cummings. Our firms have similar cultures and priorities. We both place immense value on our people, our portfolio of clients and projects, and the impact we are recognized for delivering to our clients and the communities we serve. These constants have driven our individual success and, together, will remain a key tenet to our future growth and success. In early 2022, TYLin reorganized its operations into market-facing sectors focused on the diverse segments of the buildings, transportation, and water sectors. In April, TYLin acquired Silman, a leading structural engineering firm to enhance its buildings sector. The acquisition of Greeley and Hansen supports the firm’s strategy to grow its global water practice. About TYLin Founded in 1954, TYLin is a globally recognized, full-service infrastructure consulting firm committed to providing innovative, cost-effective, constructible designs for the global infrastructure market. With 3,200 employees working in 65 offices throughout the Americas, Asia, and Europe, the firm provides support on projects of varying size and complexity. TYLin is part of Dar Group, one of the world’s leading architecture, engineering, project management and energy consultancy groups. About Greeley and Hansen Founded in Chicago in 1914, Greeley and Hansen is an award-winning global engineering, architecture, and consulting firm solely dedicated to providing sustainable engineering solutions for a broad range of water and wastewater challenges. With more than 100 years of proven civil and environmental engineering experience in all phases of project development and implementation, the firm has grown to become a premier global provider of comprehensive services in the water sector. With more than 20 offices, Greeley and Hansen is dedicated to designing better urban environments worldwide. Greeley and Hansen’s first client — Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago — remains a key client today, 108 years later, along with a stellar roster of other world-class municipal water utilities and industrial clients.

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Komatsu announces plans to acquire German-based manufacturer GHH Group GmbH

Komatsu | December 21, 2022

Komatsu today announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire GHH Group GmbH (GHH), a manufacturer of underground mining, tunnelling and special civil engineering equipment headquartered in Gelsenkirchen, Germany. Founded in the 1960s and currently part of the German-owned Schmidt Kranz Group, GHH offers a wide range of equipment focused on loaders (LHDs) and articulated dump trucks in the mid-seam mass mining, narrow vein and low-profile market segments The company also supports customers with aftermarket parts and service support through the entire life of each machine. With this acquisition, Komatsu will add GHH’s factories and rebuild facilities in key markets, in addition to its robust product offerings and talented staff. “We are very excited about this acquisition as it represents a great opportunity for Komatsu to expand its offerings for underground mining equipment and accelerate new product development through synergies with Komatsu’s existing team and product offerings, By adding GHH’s factories and rebuild facilities in key markets in Europe, South Africa, India and Chile, we also aim to strengthen production and service capabilities for our customers.” Peter Salditt, president and CEO, Komatsu Mining Corp Komatsu intends to continue the excellent service GHH provides and plans to support business as usual post-acquisition. The combined team will then work together to expand Komatsu’s offering for underground mining equipment and increase customer access to products in new territories. “GHH is excited to be able to start a new journey with a strong player in the mining world. This opens huge doors for our people and our products to develop further and grow beyond what we could have hoped for, This is the next logical step in becoming a true global player and we look forward to becoming part of the Komatsu family.” Dr. Jan Petzold, CEO GHH Group Per the company’s ongoing mid-term management plan “DANTOTSU Value - Together, to ‘The Next’ for sustainable growth,” Komatsu is working to expand offerings for underground hard rock mining, creating new value for customers with the development of new equipment, processes and technologies that will help operations step forward to the next stage for the workplace of the future and provide a more sustainable environment for the next generation. About Komatsu Komatsu develops and supplies technologies, equipment and services for the construction, mining, forklift, industrial and forestry markets. For a century, the company has been creating value for its customers through manufacturing and technology innovation, partnering with others to empower a sustainable future where people, business and the planet thrive together. Front-line industries worldwide use Komatsu solutions to develop modern infrastructure, extract fundamental minerals, maintain forests and create consumer products. The company's global service and distributor networks support customer operations to enhance safety and productivity while optimizing performance.

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Franklin Construction Group Remains Industry Leader in Middle Tennessee

Franklin Construction Group | December 15, 2022

Franklin Construction Group (FCG), a leader in the construction industry in Tennessee, today announced its milestone of $450 million in building contracts, with another $315 million in its construction pipeline from 2022 through 2025. Projects under contract span Middle Tennessee and include approximately 250 single-family homes, 100 townhouses, and over 1,780 apartments. FCG projects include construction and renovations in Spring Hill, Gallatin, Nashville, Lebanon, and Franklin. "We attribute our exponential growth to our team's long-standing track record of delivering efficient, on-time construction projects while maintaining our relationship-first commitment, We feel fortunate that the construction industry is thriving throughout Middle Tennessee, enabling us to continue delivering high-quality projects." -Will Schaedle, Senior Partner at Franklin Construction Group. 2022-2025 Franklin Construction Group projects in Tennessee include: Chartwell Manor at Beechcroft,124 houses in Spring Hill, is a residential development comprised entirely of single-family homes. The Chartwell at Green Lea,garden apartments, townhomes, and single-family houses, is a new mixed-use residential community planned for Gallatin, TN, on 44 acres. The development, currently under construction, will consist of 414 apartment units, 65 townhome units, and 49 single-family homes. The residential development will also include upscale amenities, such as a fitness center, an oversized pool, grilling stations, and a centralized clubhouse for their use. The Chartwell at Marathon Village are wrap-style/podium construction apartments and townhomes in downtown Nashville on the former Union Station Brick Yard site. The Marathon Village project is in a Qualified Opportunity Zone, a federally designated distressed community marked for revitalization, economic development, and job creation. This property will feature a luxury pool, outdoor amenity space, tenant-shared workspaces, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and a parking garage. Fitzroy Townhomes at Lebanon Marketplaceis answering the call for more housing opportunities in greater Nashville. Its locale is considered the "new gateway" to Lebanon. The project comprises 33 townhomes as part of a mixed-use development of 75 acres north of Interstate 40. Watkins North,wrap-style apartments in downtown Nashville, will have 377 apartments with upmarket appliances and finishes. In addition, it will feature amenities such as a tenant clubhouse, a state-of-the-art fitness center, an outdoor pool, and a parking garage. The Chartwell at Kedron Square, a garden apartment and single-family home development in Spring Hill, is part of a 124-acre master-planned community. It features a 292-unit multifamily apartment and 27 single-family cottages. Kedron Square will be one of the largest commercial districts in Spring Hill. Marriott Cool Springs, in Franklin, included renovating all guest rooms and bathrooms at the Franklin Marriott and the addition of the M-Club lobby lounge. The hotel is connected to the Cool Springs Conference Center and features nearly 30,000 square feet of event space plus 300 hotel rooms. Solstice at June Lake,garden apartments in Spring Hill, is an example of FCG providing construction company expertise to other qualified and reputable developers. Southeast Venture is the owner/developer of this project. Franklin Construction Group has become an industry leader in major Middle Tennessee markets. Since February 2021, they have created more than 1,000 jobs for the region's subcontractors, vendors, and suppliers. About Franklin Construction Group: Franklin Construction Group is the affiliate construction company for the Chartwell Companies. Its mission is to capitalize on its team's vast skills and experience to deliver cost-effective, timely construction projects of the highest quality. With completed projects exceeding $4 billion in aggregate value, the team has over 100 years of combined construction experience. This includes over 12,000 apartments, 15,000 single-family homes, 50 hotels, and several hundred thousand square feet of commercial space.

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TYLin Bolsters Water Sector Capabilities with Acquisition of Greeley and Hansen, an Award-Winning, Global Water Engineering Firm

TYLin | December 22, 2022

TYLin, a globally recognized, full-service infrastructure consulting firm, announced today it is expanding its water and wastewater capabilities in North America with the acquisition of Chicago-based Greeley and Hansen, a leading water infrastructure engineering firm known for creating some of the world’s largest and first-of-its-kind water and wastewater treatment facilities in the U.S. and Latin America. Greeley and Hansen will continue to go to market as Greeley and Hansen, A TYLin Company. Founded in Chicago in 1914, Greeley and Hansen is an award-winning global engineering, architecture, and consulting firm solely dedicated to providing sustainable engineering solutions for a broad range of water, wastewater, and solid waste challenges. With over 100 years of proven civil and environmental engineering experience in all phases of project development and implementation, the firm has grown to become a premier global provider of comprehensive services in the water sector. With more than 20 offices in the U.S. and Latin America, Greeley and Hansen is dedicated to designing better urban environments worldwide. “The acquisition of Greeley and Hansen advances our strategy to leverage our current water sector capabilities to help transform TYLin into a leader in the water market in the Americas, TYLin’s prowess in infrastructure, coupled with Greeley and Hansen’s strong industry-wide reputation in water and wastewater engineering technologies and construction, will make us a powerful force as we strive to improve the quality of life in the communities our clients serve.” Matthew G. Cummings, P.E, President and Chief Executive OfficerTYLI Group For more than a century we have made it our mission at Greeley and Hansen to improve urban environments by solving complex water, wastewater, and solid waste challenges with sophisticated engineering solutions, said John C. Robak, Chairman and CEO of Greeley and Hansen. Our bespoke engineering solutions and designs have created some of the world’s best and largest water and wastewater treatment facilities -- from Chicago to Colombia. As part of TYLin, Greeley and Hansen will have even more resources and scale, and an even greater ability to provide clients with the advanced technologies and innovative ideas we have been known for since our founding 11 decades ago. This coming together is very symbiotic. TYLin offers broader engineering resources and provides us with tremendous breadth, while Greeley and Hansen is an expert in water, providing TYLin with amazing depth.” As part of the acquisition, Greeley and Hansen’s Chairman and CEO John C. Robak will step down after serving as an advisor during the transition. He plans to continue his endeavors in philanthropy and civic engagement. Greeley and Hansen Chairman Emeritus Andy Richardson and President Paul Vogel will retire. TYLin’s newly expanded water sector will now be led by Greeley and Hansen’s Michael J. Hope, P.E., who was previously a Principal and Executive Vice President at Greeley and Hansen, leading client engagements and business development. Hope joins TYLin as President of Greeley and Hansen and Senior Vice President of TYLin. TYLin’s Abe Khademi, SVP, will continue to oversee the TYLin Water Sector in Canada and work with Hope to develop plans for a unified water team. In addition to being a very strategic business decision, the acquisition of Greeley and Hansen is also a solid cultural fit, said TYLin’s Cummings. Our firms have similar cultures and priorities. We both place immense value on our people, our portfolio of clients and projects, and the impact we are recognized for delivering to our clients and the communities we serve. These constants have driven our individual success and, together, will remain a key tenet to our future growth and success. In early 2022, TYLin reorganized its operations into market-facing sectors focused on the diverse segments of the buildings, transportation, and water sectors. In April, TYLin acquired Silman, a leading structural engineering firm to enhance its buildings sector. The acquisition of Greeley and Hansen supports the firm’s strategy to grow its global water practice. About TYLin Founded in 1954, TYLin is a globally recognized, full-service infrastructure consulting firm committed to providing innovative, cost-effective, constructible designs for the global infrastructure market. With 3,200 employees working in 65 offices throughout the Americas, Asia, and Europe, the firm provides support on projects of varying size and complexity. TYLin is part of Dar Group, one of the world’s leading architecture, engineering, project management and energy consultancy groups. About Greeley and Hansen Founded in Chicago in 1914, Greeley and Hansen is an award-winning global engineering, architecture, and consulting firm solely dedicated to providing sustainable engineering solutions for a broad range of water and wastewater challenges. With more than 100 years of proven civil and environmental engineering experience in all phases of project development and implementation, the firm has grown to become a premier global provider of comprehensive services in the water sector. With more than 20 offices, Greeley and Hansen is dedicated to designing better urban environments worldwide. Greeley and Hansen’s first client — Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago — remains a key client today, 108 years later, along with a stellar roster of other world-class municipal water utilities and industrial clients.

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Komatsu announces plans to acquire German-based manufacturer GHH Group GmbH

Komatsu | December 21, 2022

Komatsu today announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire GHH Group GmbH (GHH), a manufacturer of underground mining, tunnelling and special civil engineering equipment headquartered in Gelsenkirchen, Germany. Founded in the 1960s and currently part of the German-owned Schmidt Kranz Group, GHH offers a wide range of equipment focused on loaders (LHDs) and articulated dump trucks in the mid-seam mass mining, narrow vein and low-profile market segments The company also supports customers with aftermarket parts and service support through the entire life of each machine. With this acquisition, Komatsu will add GHH’s factories and rebuild facilities in key markets, in addition to its robust product offerings and talented staff. “We are very excited about this acquisition as it represents a great opportunity for Komatsu to expand its offerings for underground mining equipment and accelerate new product development through synergies with Komatsu’s existing team and product offerings, By adding GHH’s factories and rebuild facilities in key markets in Europe, South Africa, India and Chile, we also aim to strengthen production and service capabilities for our customers.” Peter Salditt, president and CEO, Komatsu Mining Corp Komatsu intends to continue the excellent service GHH provides and plans to support business as usual post-acquisition. The combined team will then work together to expand Komatsu’s offering for underground mining equipment and increase customer access to products in new territories. “GHH is excited to be able to start a new journey with a strong player in the mining world. This opens huge doors for our people and our products to develop further and grow beyond what we could have hoped for, This is the next logical step in becoming a true global player and we look forward to becoming part of the Komatsu family.” Dr. Jan Petzold, CEO GHH Group Per the company’s ongoing mid-term management plan “DANTOTSU Value - Together, to ‘The Next’ for sustainable growth,” Komatsu is working to expand offerings for underground hard rock mining, creating new value for customers with the development of new equipment, processes and technologies that will help operations step forward to the next stage for the workplace of the future and provide a more sustainable environment for the next generation. About Komatsu Komatsu develops and supplies technologies, equipment and services for the construction, mining, forklift, industrial and forestry markets. For a century, the company has been creating value for its customers through manufacturing and technology innovation, partnering with others to empower a sustainable future where people, business and the planet thrive together. Front-line industries worldwide use Komatsu solutions to develop modern infrastructure, extract fundamental minerals, maintain forests and create consumer products. The company's global service and distributor networks support customer operations to enhance safety and productivity while optimizing performance.

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Construction

Franklin Construction Group Remains Industry Leader in Middle Tennessee

Franklin Construction Group | December 15, 2022

Franklin Construction Group (FCG), a leader in the construction industry in Tennessee, today announced its milestone of $450 million in building contracts, with another $315 million in its construction pipeline from 2022 through 2025. Projects under contract span Middle Tennessee and include approximately 250 single-family homes, 100 townhouses, and over 1,780 apartments. FCG projects include construction and renovations in Spring Hill, Gallatin, Nashville, Lebanon, and Franklin. "We attribute our exponential growth to our team's long-standing track record of delivering efficient, on-time construction projects while maintaining our relationship-first commitment, We feel fortunate that the construction industry is thriving throughout Middle Tennessee, enabling us to continue delivering high-quality projects." -Will Schaedle, Senior Partner at Franklin Construction Group. 2022-2025 Franklin Construction Group projects in Tennessee include: Chartwell Manor at Beechcroft,124 houses in Spring Hill, is a residential development comprised entirely of single-family homes. The Chartwell at Green Lea,garden apartments, townhomes, and single-family houses, is a new mixed-use residential community planned for Gallatin, TN, on 44 acres. The development, currently under construction, will consist of 414 apartment units, 65 townhome units, and 49 single-family homes. The residential development will also include upscale amenities, such as a fitness center, an oversized pool, grilling stations, and a centralized clubhouse for their use. The Chartwell at Marathon Village are wrap-style/podium construction apartments and townhomes in downtown Nashville on the former Union Station Brick Yard site. The Marathon Village project is in a Qualified Opportunity Zone, a federally designated distressed community marked for revitalization, economic development, and job creation. This property will feature a luxury pool, outdoor amenity space, tenant-shared workspaces, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and a parking garage. Fitzroy Townhomes at Lebanon Marketplaceis answering the call for more housing opportunities in greater Nashville. Its locale is considered the "new gateway" to Lebanon. The project comprises 33 townhomes as part of a mixed-use development of 75 acres north of Interstate 40. Watkins North,wrap-style apartments in downtown Nashville, will have 377 apartments with upmarket appliances and finishes. In addition, it will feature amenities such as a tenant clubhouse, a state-of-the-art fitness center, an outdoor pool, and a parking garage. The Chartwell at Kedron Square, a garden apartment and single-family home development in Spring Hill, is part of a 124-acre master-planned community. It features a 292-unit multifamily apartment and 27 single-family cottages. Kedron Square will be one of the largest commercial districts in Spring Hill. Marriott Cool Springs, in Franklin, included renovating all guest rooms and bathrooms at the Franklin Marriott and the addition of the M-Club lobby lounge. The hotel is connected to the Cool Springs Conference Center and features nearly 30,000 square feet of event space plus 300 hotel rooms. Solstice at June Lake,garden apartments in Spring Hill, is an example of FCG providing construction company expertise to other qualified and reputable developers. Southeast Venture is the owner/developer of this project. Franklin Construction Group has become an industry leader in major Middle Tennessee markets. Since February 2021, they have created more than 1,000 jobs for the region's subcontractors, vendors, and suppliers. About Franklin Construction Group: Franklin Construction Group is the affiliate construction company for the Chartwell Companies. Its mission is to capitalize on its team's vast skills and experience to deliver cost-effective, timely construction projects of the highest quality. With completed projects exceeding $4 billion in aggregate value, the team has over 100 years of combined construction experience. This includes over 12,000 apartments, 15,000 single-family homes, 50 hotels, and several hundred thousand square feet of commercial space.

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