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C-CRETE TECHNOLOGIES ENTERS INTO A COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT WITH DOE TO CONVERT CARBON ORE TO ECO-FRIENDLY CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS

C-Crete Technologies | July 13, 2021

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C-Crete Technologies has engaged in a cooperative agreement with the United States Department of Energy to develop and market a new class of carbon-based construction materials. The materials may be utilized as a cementitious replacement for portland cement, the world's most used building material, in both the precast and cast-in-place construction sectors. Like any other naturally mined ore (iron, calcium, etc.), carbon ore or coal does not produce air pollution until heated,...

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HAWAII LOOKS TO BOOST CONSTRUCTION TO OFFSET INDUSTRY SLOWDOWN

West Hawaii Today | January 13, 2020

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Construction work in Hawaii is likely to slow next year, but state lawmakers seem inclined to go along with Gov. David Ige’s plan to budget extra money to boost state construction spending and give a lift to the industry. In a presentation to House and Senate lawmakers last week, Chief State Economist Eugene Tian said the good news is that state tax collections are up by about 6% thus far this fiscal year, initial unemployment claims are down, and the number of air seats to Hawaii is expec...

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AECOM REPORTEDLY IN TALKS WITH WSP

AECOM, WSP Global | January 14, 2020

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Los Angeles-based construction and engineering giant AECOM is in talks with Canadian firm WSP Global Inc. about a possible deal, Bloomberg reported last night. Media reports said that WSP approached AECOM about the potential transaction, according to sources familiar with the two companies. Although there is no guarantee that the talks will lead to a deal or how a deal would play out, analyst Andrew Wittmann said in a written research report that he believes the discussions likely have some meri...

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THE CHALLENGES AHEAD FOR THE ENGINEERING INDUSTRY

News Anyway | February 28, 2020

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From heating our homes to keeping us connected online, the engineering industry and the complexity that it entails plays a huge part in our daily lives. Countless parts of our everyday lives are supported by engineering. But as the times change, more is being demanded from engineers. We’re going to take a look at how the industry will progress, with a key focus on the challenges that lay ahead for the industry and those who keep it in motion. New regulations that outline the importan...

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ENGINEERING TECH

C-CRETE TECHNOLOGIES ENTERS INTO A COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT WITH DOE TO CONVERT CARBON ORE TO ECO-FRIENDLY CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS

C-Crete Technologies | July 13, 2021

C-Crete Technologies has engaged in a cooperative agreement with the United States Department of Energy to develop and market a new class of carbon-based construction materials. The materials may be utilized as a cementitious replacement for portland cement, the world's most used building material, in both the precast and cast-in-place construction sectors. Like any other naturally mined ore (iron, calcium, etc.), carbon ore or coal does not produce air pollution until heated,...

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HAWAII LOOKS TO BOOST CONSTRUCTION TO OFFSET INDUSTRY SLOWDOWN

West Hawaii Today | January 13, 2020

Construction work in Hawaii is likely to slow next year, but state lawmakers seem inclined to go along with Gov. David Ige’s plan to budget extra money to boost state construction spending and give a lift to the industry. In a presentation to House and Senate lawmakers last week, Chief State Economist Eugene Tian said the good news is that state tax collections are up by about 6% thus far this fiscal year, initial unemployment claims are down, and the number of air seats to Hawaii is expec...

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AECOM REPORTEDLY IN TALKS WITH WSP

AECOM, WSP Global | January 14, 2020

Los Angeles-based construction and engineering giant AECOM is in talks with Canadian firm WSP Global Inc. about a possible deal, Bloomberg reported last night. Media reports said that WSP approached AECOM about the potential transaction, according to sources familiar with the two companies. Although there is no guarantee that the talks will lead to a deal or how a deal would play out, analyst Andrew Wittmann said in a written research report that he believes the discussions likely have some meri...

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THE CHALLENGES AHEAD FOR THE ENGINEERING INDUSTRY

News Anyway | February 28, 2020

From heating our homes to keeping us connected online, the engineering industry and the complexity that it entails plays a huge part in our daily lives. Countless parts of our everyday lives are supported by engineering. But as the times change, more is being demanded from engineers. We’re going to take a look at how the industry will progress, with a key focus on the challenges that lay ahead for the industry and those who keep it in motion. New regulations that outline the importan...

Read More