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Michael Baker International | November 18, 2022
Michael Baker International, a global leader in engineering, planning and consulting services, announced today that the firm has been selected by CSX Transportation (CSXT) to lead program and construction management for significant rail enhancement projects as part the Transforming Rail in Virginia (TRV) initiative. The TRV program represents an innovative public/private partnership, which also includes the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT), Amtr...
Core & Main | March 09, 2023
Core & Main, a leading distributor of water, storm drainage, wastewater, and fire protection products recently completed its acquisition of Landscape & Construction Supplies, LLC. As previously announced, all assets of Landscape & Construction Supplies will now be a part of Core & Main. With the completion of the acquisition of Landscape & Construction Supplies, Core & Main is set to enhance their market position by expanding their product offerings and services. Th...
BuildOps | May 04, 2022
BuildOps announced a vital new partnership with Sage, the leader in accounting, financial, HR, and payroll technology for small and mid-sized businesses. As part of this new relationship, BuildOps has integrated with Sage Intacct and Sage Intacct Construction, Sage's cloud financial management solutions designed to meet the unique needs of many firms, including construction companies. Used together, BuildOps and Sage Intacct will streamline and integrate Service Management, Project Managemen...
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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