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Ed Breault, Chief Marketing Officer at Aprimo is a marketer with over 18 years of industry experience. At Aprimo, Ed is responsible for the global brand and growth which includes all Paid/Owned/Earned media, Brand Experience, Product Marketing, Industry Marketing, Influencer Market...

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MWH ACQUIRES METHUEN CONSTRUCTION

Methuen Construction | August 25, 2021

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MWH Constructors, Inc., a national water/wastewater construction firm, announced that it has acquired Methuen Construction Company, Inc. (Methuen Construction). Combining MWH's varied alternate project delivery experience with Methuen Construction's traditional and design-build-bid expertise will strengthen MWH's position as a leader in the water marketplace while providing bottom-line support and growth opportunities for Methuen Construction. "Both MWH and Methue...

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THE MATERIAL REVOLUTIONIZING THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY? WOOD

Discover Magazine | May 14, 2020

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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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CONSTRUCTING THE FUTURE FOR ENGINEERING – FINDING THE RIGHT MODEL WHERE ONE SIZE DOES NOT FIT ALL

Dassault Systèmes | May 28, 2020

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As Britain approached the end of its second month of lockdown and social distancing, prime minister Boris Johnson pinpointed manufacturing and construction as the particular industries that he felt could support a safe return to work for employees. The rest of the country, he said, should continue, if they could, to work from home, making use of the many collaboration and networking tools that have made teleworking an essential reality for millions. The irony to all this is that c...

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CONEXPO-CON/AGG EXPLORES THE FUTURE OF CONSTRUCTION AT RETURN OF THE TECH EXPERIENCE

ConExpo | March 16, 2020

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Whether it is artificial intelligence, autonomous equipment, big data, small gadgets, new energy technologies, sustainable highways or the future of cities themselves, ConExpo-Con/AGG's Tech Experience focused on what contractors and manufacturers need to know to keep ahead of the technology curve. I'm amazed at what some of the minds we have here at the Tech Experience think up, said Helen Horner, director of education programs at the Association of Equipment Manufacturers, the organiza...

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ENGINEERING TECH

MWH ACQUIRES METHUEN CONSTRUCTION

Methuen Construction | August 25, 2021

MWH Constructors, Inc., a national water/wastewater construction firm, announced that it has acquired Methuen Construction Company, Inc. (Methuen Construction). Combining MWH's varied alternate project delivery experience with Methuen Construction's traditional and design-build-bid expertise will strengthen MWH's position as a leader in the water marketplace while providing bottom-line support and growth opportunities for Methuen Construction. "Both MWH and Methue...

Read More
news image

THE MATERIAL REVOLUTIONIZING THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY? WOOD

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...

Read More
news image

CONSTRUCTING THE FUTURE FOR ENGINEERING – FINDING THE RIGHT MODEL WHERE ONE SIZE DOES NOT FIT ALL

Dassault Systèmes | May 28, 2020

As Britain approached the end of its second month of lockdown and social distancing, prime minister Boris Johnson pinpointed manufacturing and construction as the particular industries that he felt could support a safe return to work for employees. The rest of the country, he said, should continue, if they could, to work from home, making use of the many collaboration and networking tools that have made teleworking an essential reality for millions. The irony to all this is that c...

Read More
news image

CONEXPO-CON/AGG EXPLORES THE FUTURE OF CONSTRUCTION AT RETURN OF THE TECH EXPERIENCE

ConExpo | March 16, 2020

Whether it is artificial intelligence, autonomous equipment, big data, small gadgets, new energy technologies, sustainable highways or the future of cities themselves, ConExpo-Con/AGG's Tech Experience focused on what contractors and manufacturers need to know to keep ahead of the technology curve. I'm amazed at what some of the minds we have here at the Tech Experience think up, said Helen Horner, director of education programs at the Association of Equipment Manufacturers, the organiza...

Read More