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Cadalyst | April 30, 2020
If data types and software products are not interoperable, software tools and engineering data become part of the problem instead of the solution.
In everyday life, we don’t give much thought to interoperability. But what if your make of car could only drive on a limited set of roads? What if you could only call people who use the same model of phone that you do? In addition to causing frustration, these situations would introduce delays, force you to implement kludgy workar...
PBC Today | September 11, 2020
Monthly construction output grew by 17.6% in July 2020, following the record monthly growth of 23.5% in June 2020, according to the latest ONS figures. The level of construction output in July 2020 was 11.6% below the February 2020 level. Construction output fell by 10.6% in the three months to July 2020, compared with the previous three-month period. This decrease was driven by falls in both new work (9.7%) and repair and maintenance (12.4%). The plummet in new work (9.7%) in the three months t...
Southland | December 15, 2021
Southland Industries announced the upcoming merger of its wholly owned subsidiaries, Southland Engineering, Southland Energy, TCM Corp., Envise, and Burns Mechanical. Beginning January 1, 2022, the merger will be executed in phases with the consolidation of all brands completed by January 2023.As one of the nation’s largest MEP building systems firms, this unification aligns with Southland’s strategy to provide fully integrated building lifecycle offerings from a single brand. Follow...
Construction Dive | March 26, 2020
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee released a construction-specific clarification to his statewide stay-at-home order yesterday, reversing his original mandate from Monday that appeared to exempt construction. The clarification states that nearly all construction is a nonessential activity and should halt in the state, which has been hit hard by COVID-19. While disappointing to Washington contractors who want construction to continue, Inslee’s memo did provide clear guidance on which types of proj...
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