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Balfour Beatty | January 31, 2022
The Museum of Science & History (MOSH) announced the selection of Balfour Beatty and Stellar as a joint venture to lead construction management for the MOSH Genesis project.Balfour Beatty and Stellar will oversee all vertical construction for the $85 million project, which will bring a new Museum to the Shipyards East area on the Northbank of Downtown Jacksonville. Plans for the new Museum comprise 130,000 square feet for exhibitions, programs and events along with a new-and-improved space f...
Koch Modular Process Systems | September 09, 2021
Koch Modular Process Systems, LLC (Koch Modular), a market leading provider of engineered and fabricated modular mass transfer systems for the chemical processing industry, today announced it will be participating in a joint team in support of the ReGen III Oil Corporation (ReGen III) project to build a new re-refinery facility located in the U.S. Gulf Coast (“USGC”).With Koch Project Solutions providing project execution management services leading up to the turnkey delivery of the ...
PBC Today | August 14, 2020
Work Radar, a platform connecting individual tradespeople, micro-businesses and social enterprises with leading contractors, has been launched to support tradespeople and ‘build, build, build’. Work Radar has been developed by Local Supply Chain, a cloud-based supply chain platform, which is already used by thousands of organisations, including Work Radar founding partner Morgan Sindall Construction. The service will help thousands of construction workers find local work and supports...
Asharq Al-Awsat | January 21, 2020
Engineers at the US Colorado University have developed a new method to make sustainable construction materials partially composed of living cells. We already use biological materials in our buildings, like wood, but those materials are no longer alive. So, we're asking: Why can't we keep them alive and have that biology do something beneficial, too? said a researcher at the Department of Civil Engineering. The scientists believe that their ability to keep their bacteria alive with a high...
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