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Stavanger Hospital | August 14, 2020
The new University Hospital in Stavanger, one of the biggest public construction projects in Scandinavia, adopted 3D scanning and AI technology to track work quality and avoid costly mistakes. In Stavanger, the fourth largest city in Norway, located about 300km from Oslo, the construction of the new university hospital is going at full speed. Hundreds of people work on the project, which covers 130,000 sq m. To closely keep track of the massive project, the developer SUS2023 has chosen to use 3D...
Lennar & Veev | November 19, 2021
Lennar, one of the nation's leading homebuilders, and Veev, a pioneer in vertically integrated end-to-end panelized building technology that enhances every aspect of the living experience, committed to a new residential community as a follow-on to Lennar's investment in Veev's $200-million financing rounds.
The new Northern California community of 102 attached homes is expected to break ground in the coming months and will be the largest community to date exclusi...
AMECO, One Equity Partners | June 11, 2021
AMECO, one ofNorth America'sleading construction and maintenance field services planning and management companies, was recently spun off by its parent company, Fluor Corporation. The company, which is headquartered inGreenville, S.C, with field operations throughoutthe United StatesandCanada, was purchased by middle market private equity firm One Equity Partners (OEP) for$73 million.
For more than 70 years, AMECO has managed and provid...
eeDesignIt | February 24, 2020
While electrons gain and emit energy by being exposed to photons, photons themselves have always been resistant to magnetic field control. To develop futuristic technologies like quantum computers, scientists will need to find ways to control photons, the basic particles of light, just as precisely as they can already control electrons, the basic particles in electronic computing. Unfortunately, photons are far more difficult to manipulate than electrons, which respond to forces as simple as the...
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