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JG Companies | July 29, 2022
JG Companies, a premium provider of construction and facilities services in Southern and Central California, has announced that it has been purchased by the ownership team of Bullseye Builders, Inc., a full-service commercial general contracting firm specializing in cutting-edge technology to generate scheduled, collaborative and quality-controlled projects.
"This acquisition signals a bright future for JG Companies as we modernize our operations and expand on o...
CITB | March 20, 2020
The Construction Industry Training Board has pledged to do all it can to offer coronavirus support to construction workers, apprentices and trainees. The CITB has closed four National Construction Colleges and cancelled spring roadshows. The spring roadshows are being replaced by a series of online webinar alternatives. All training at NCC sites at Bircham Newton, Erith, Inchinnan and Kings Norton ended on Tuesday, with full closure planned for today, allowing time for trainees to arrange to lea...
The Guardian | July 17, 2020
“We don’t have a car or a bit of a train hanging from the ceiling in our department,” says Dr Claire Lucas, director of studies for systems and biomedical engineering at the University of Warwick. “We’re making face masks at the minute, and we’ve got other humanitarian engineering, such as a shaking bridge that helps us with earthquake modelling. It helps visiting prospective students rethink what engineering really is.”
That rethink is ne...
Savannah Morning News | February 18, 2020
Georgia’s timber industry, which already tops the nation in a number of categories, may get a boost from new technology that lets developers construct mid-rise office buildings made mostly of wood. The General Assembly is considering legislation asking the state Department of Community Affairs to recommend whether Georgia should adopt a provision in the International Building Code that allows buildings constructed of mass timber to rise as high as 18 stories. The state building code limits...
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