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AECOM | February 04, 2022
AECOM (NYSE: ACM), the world’s trusted infrastructure consulting firm, announced that its joint venture with Michael Baker International has been awarded an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract to provide architecture and engineering services in support of environmental compliance programs with the U.S. Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command (NAVFAC).
“We’re proud to continue our 95-year partnership with the U.S. ...
DESIGN, ENGINEERING TECH
The Timken Company | September 07, 2022
The Timken Company, a global leader in engineered bearings and industrial motion products, has reached an agreement to acquire GGB Bearing Technology (GGB), a division of Enpro, Industries (including exclusive negotiations with respect to the French operations of GGB). Founded in 1899, GGB serves a variety of diverse customers, markets, geographies and applications with a product portfolio that complements existing Timken industry-leading engineered bearing solutions. GGB revenue is expected to ...
Oracle | February 10, 2020
How Oracle Construction & Engineering’s Innovation Lab is encouraging collaboration and providing the gateway to an ecosystem that can support the plan, build and operate life cycle. Oracle boasts 40,000+ employees across nine industry specific business units. The genesis for Construction & Engineering was the acquisition, over ten years ago, of Primavera, a strategy which has continued with the purchase of Aconex, Textura and Skire - $3bn of acquisitions inside one global business...
Discover Magazine | May 14, 2020
When the empire state building was completed in 1931, the 102-story skyscraper ranked as the tallest in the world, a beacon of American progress as well as a lightning rod for Midtown Manhattan. And the material that made it possible was steel - or so people believed until 2015, when Canadian architect Michael Green showed that an identical structure could be fabricated out of timber.
Green was not proposing replacing the 20th-century icon. His plans are far more radical. Green wa...
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