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BIMsmith | March 16, 2022
BIMsmith, the leading research platform for building professionals, and Construction Specialties, a leading manufacturer of wall protection, wall covering, handrails, crash rails, and corner guards, have partnered to provide the architecture and design community with a new suite of Building Information Modeling (BIM) resources.
The collaboration will focus on the development of digital product models for Construction Specialties. The new digital assets were developed specifically ...
The World Economic Forum | March 04, 2020
When engineering is critical to achieving our global sustainable development goals by 2030, and when our ultimate goal is equality, engineering itself must become as diverse as possible – something to bear in mind as UNESCO celebrates its first world engineering day on 4 March. Attracting and supporting more women in engineering benefits everyone by increasing the potential to develop inclusive, innovative solutions for the complex problems the world is facing. For example, it was a woman ...
Cook & Boardman Group | January 05, 2022
The Cook & Boardman Group LLC ("Cook & Boardman" or "C&B"), the nation's leading distributor of commercial door entry solutions and security integration services has announced the acquisition of Riviera Beach, FL-based National Millwork (NMI). Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
National Millwork was founded in 1998 by Otto Nonnenmann and Michael Bosco with the goal of becoming a full service door, hardware and millwork company that wou...
Engineering.com | March 17, 2020
The last pandemic that almost brought the world to its knees happened during World War I. The viruses of the 1918 Spanish Flu, named for a country that had little to do with it, killed more people 50 to 100 million than bullets did. But a hundred years ago, we didn't know about viruses. We had no idea that being packed together in the trenches of war or the close quarters of cities would cause a contagion to spread like a wildfire. Before the discovery of cells blood, cancer, etc. and microo...
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