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McKim & Creed | September 02, 2021
McKim & Creed, one of the largest engineering and surveying firms in the US, announced today that it has acquired Texas Engineering And Mapping Company (T.E.A.M.), a Houston-based firm that specializes in land surveying, site development engineering and subdivision platting.
T.E.A.M. was established in 1995 by Greg Schmidt, PE, RPLS and Carlos Barillas, PE, and has grown to 25 employees and 1,500 clients. T.E.A.M.'s work centers around development/redevelopment of schools,...
Globenewswire | May 03, 2023
Cansel, a leading technology solutions provider for industries including engineering, surveying, construction, and utilities, today announced a partnership with GeoCue, a global provider of 3D LiDAR imaging sensors and geospatial software. (mdGroup is the parent company of GeoCue.)
Now as a distributor of GeoCue, Cansel will offer the full product line of TrueView LiDAR 3D imaging sensors and LP360 processing software throughout Canada. TrueView is an innovative drone LiDAR and ...
Products,Mechanical and Motion Systems,Construction
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 als...
Formula One | March 30, 2020
Mercedes Formula One engineers and researchers at University College London have together created a coronavirus breathing aid in less than 100 hours that has been approved for use within the UK's National Health Service. Since March 18, the researchers and engineers have been working to develop the breathing devices together with clinicians at UCL Hospital, where they will now undergo clinical trials. The aids have already been cleared for use by the UK's regulator, the Medicines and Hea...
Engineering Tech, Construction
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