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NJ INSTITUTE OF TECH HOSTS YOUNG SCIENTISTS IN STEM COMPETITION

New Jersey Institute of Technology | January 14, 2020

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A college has once again hosted a science competition for middle and high school students. The New Jersey Institute of Technology, which opened its first computer lab some 65 years ago, welcomed 700 students to participate in its annual New Jersey Science Olympiad. Participants competed in teams on 19 activities designed to test their STEM skills. Among the contests for this year's games were: Boomilever, in which teams designed and built a device to support minimum load with the highest str...

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CONSTRUCTION SITE PREPARATION EQUIPMENT MARKET TO HIT US$ 1.6 BN BY 2028, SAYS GMI

GMI | March 22, 2022

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The construction site preparation equipment market is expected to surpass USD 1.6 billion by 2028, as reported in a research study by Global Market Insights Inc. The rising number of commercial construction projects, such as stadiums, warehouses, IT parks, academic buildings, and transport stations, across the globe is propelling the demand for construction site preparation equipment. Government initiatives to support infrastructure development and innovations in transportation &a...

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THE SAINT TERESA OF CALCUTTA VILLA PROJECT AT FATHER JOE'S VILLAGES HAS ACHIEVED LEVEL 10 COMPLETION.

engineering news | February 27, 2021

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Level 10 Construction authoritatively finishes out at St. Teresa of Calcutta Villas. A fixing out service is a developers' ritual that is generally held when the last pillar (or its same) is set on a design during its development. "Level 10 is delivering as promised despite the challenges the pandemic has presented," said Jim Schmid, CEO and founder of Chelsea Investment Corporation. "Their efforts to keep the project team safe while delivering this project on t...

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WHAT SOCIAL DISTANCING LOOKS LIKE ON AN ACTIVE CONSTRUCTION SITE

Bisnow Media | April 13, 2020

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On a normal day on the job site at 121 North Beech St. in Portland, Oregon, subcontractors, trade workers and foremen would crowd into one room for morning briefings, chat in the lines for the food trucks, eat together at packed tables and pass tools around without a second thought. But these are far from normal days. To limit the transmission of the coronavirus, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has ordered the shutdown of almost all businesses across the state, with the exception of those providing essen...

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NJ INSTITUTE OF TECH HOSTS YOUNG SCIENTISTS IN STEM COMPETITION

New Jersey Institute of Technology | January 14, 2020

A college has once again hosted a science competition for middle and high school students. The New Jersey Institute of Technology, which opened its first computer lab some 65 years ago, welcomed 700 students to participate in its annual New Jersey Science Olympiad. Participants competed in teams on 19 activities designed to test their STEM skills. Among the contests for this year's games were: Boomilever, in which teams designed and built a device to support minimum load with the highest str...

Read More
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CONSTRUCTION

CONSTRUCTION SITE PREPARATION EQUIPMENT MARKET TO HIT US$ 1.6 BN BY 2028, SAYS GMI

GMI | March 22, 2022

The construction site preparation equipment market is expected to surpass USD 1.6 billion by 2028, as reported in a research study by Global Market Insights Inc. The rising number of commercial construction projects, such as stadiums, warehouses, IT parks, academic buildings, and transport stations, across the globe is propelling the demand for construction site preparation equipment. Government initiatives to support infrastructure development and innovations in transportation &a...

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ENGINEERING TECH

THE SAINT TERESA OF CALCUTTA VILLA PROJECT AT FATHER JOE'S VILLAGES HAS ACHIEVED LEVEL 10 COMPLETION.

engineering news | February 27, 2021

Level 10 Construction authoritatively finishes out at St. Teresa of Calcutta Villas. A fixing out service is a developers' ritual that is generally held when the last pillar (or its same) is set on a design during its development. "Level 10 is delivering as promised despite the challenges the pandemic has presented," said Jim Schmid, CEO and founder of Chelsea Investment Corporation. "Their efforts to keep the project team safe while delivering this project on t...

Read More
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WHAT SOCIAL DISTANCING LOOKS LIKE ON AN ACTIVE CONSTRUCTION SITE

Bisnow Media | April 13, 2020

On a normal day on the job site at 121 North Beech St. in Portland, Oregon, subcontractors, trade workers and foremen would crowd into one room for morning briefings, chat in the lines for the food trucks, eat together at packed tables and pass tools around without a second thought. But these are far from normal days. To limit the transmission of the coronavirus, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has ordered the shutdown of almost all businesses across the state, with the exception of those providing essen...

Read More