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Construction Dive | June 20, 2020
The data seemed to directly correlate with the shutdowns, Kristopher Lengieza, senior director of business development for Procore, said during a press conference Thursday. States that had few or no restrictions on shelter-in-place or stay-at-home orders saw smaller drops in construction worker hours since March, and returned to normalcy faster.
At the same time, states greatly impacted by the coronavirus had more severe shutdowns, which led to the biggest drops in construction ac...
Oracle | July 20, 2022
Engineering and construction organizations struggle to unlock data across applications to effectively diagnose problems, predict risks, and inform future actions. To address this challenge, Oracle today announced Oracle Construction Intelligence Cloud Analytics. The new solution combines data from Oracle Smart Construction Platform applications to give owners and contractors a comprehensive understanding of performance throughout their operations. With this insight, organizations can quickly spo...
Parkhill | September 30, 2020
Parkhill and its Board of Directors has announced that Oklahoma-based engineering firm, Cardinal Engineering, has joined Parkhill and brings over 30 years of experience delivering high-quality civil engineering services to a wide array of clients in the Oklahoma region. "Cardinal Engineering has a great reputation when it comes to service and quality of work in civil engineering," said Jay Edwards, Parkhill President and CEO. "This partnership benefits both groups and furthers our...
Worcester Polytechnic Institute | July 29, 2020
A Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) chemical engineer has received four separate grants totaling more than $2 million to support his research into using yeast and fungi to take on significant genetic engineering challenges. Through his research in synthetic biology, Eric Young, the Leonard P. Kinnicutt Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering at WPI, aims to engineer organisms to make it easier to develop numerous products, like medicines, biofuels, and plastics, and increase security by ...
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