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3 MODERN CHALLENGES IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

The Dixon Pilot | May 05, 2020

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Construction is foundational to an economy. Construction crews erect new homes, offices, industrial plants, and retail locations in addition to many other kinds of projects. These projects affect every industry, and so many people depend upon a successful build. Despite this, there are clear modern challenges in the construction industry that impact construction workers and hinder project progress. Read on to learn what these difficulties are and how the industry can address them. ...

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BUILDING A MORE SUSTAINABLE WORLD WILL NEED MORE WOMEN ENGINEERS

The World Economic Forum | March 04, 2020

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When engineering is critical to achieving our global sustainable development goals by 2030, and when our ultimate goal is equality, engineering itself must become as diverse as possible – something to bear in mind as UNESCO celebrates its first world engineering day on 4 March. Attracting and supporting more women in engineering benefits everyone by increasing the potential to develop inclusive, innovative solutions for the complex problems the world is facing. For example, it was a woman ...

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HOW AUTOMATION, CONTROL AND ELECTRONICS MERGE TO ENABLE ENGINEERING INNOVATION

Electropages | February 10, 2020

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RS Components will stage an artistic display at the embedded world trade fair to demonstrate the fusion of electronics and automation. Through the use of a machine that at first glance has no obvious purpose, visitors will get a clear view of how connected electronics can solve a classic automation and control task. Also, the company will be showing the latest products and innovations from leading manufacturers, and specialists. Leading manufacturers exhibiting at the stand will reveal the bread...

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CODE OF CONDUCT AIMS TO ATTRACT WOMEN INTO CONSTRUCTION

The Engineer | March 05, 2020

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A code of conduct has been launched that aims to eradicate inappropriate behaviour on construction sites and attract and retain more young people – particularly women – into the industry. Silverstone Park developer MEPC has welcomed the Barnwood Construction Code of Conduct, which has been developed as a response to MEPC’s Women into Construction initiative. This encourages MEPC’s main contractors and professional teams to work together in order to increase the number of ...

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3 MODERN CHALLENGES IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

The Dixon Pilot | May 05, 2020

Construction is foundational to an economy. Construction crews erect new homes, offices, industrial plants, and retail locations in addition to many other kinds of projects. These projects affect every industry, and so many people depend upon a successful build. Despite this, there are clear modern challenges in the construction industry that impact construction workers and hinder project progress. Read on to learn what these difficulties are and how the industry can address them. ...

Read More
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BUILDING A MORE SUSTAINABLE WORLD WILL NEED MORE WOMEN ENGINEERS

The World Economic Forum | March 04, 2020

When engineering is critical to achieving our global sustainable development goals by 2030, and when our ultimate goal is equality, engineering itself must become as diverse as possible – something to bear in mind as UNESCO celebrates its first world engineering day on 4 March. Attracting and supporting more women in engineering benefits everyone by increasing the potential to develop inclusive, innovative solutions for the complex problems the world is facing. For example, it was a woman ...

Read More
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HOW AUTOMATION, CONTROL AND ELECTRONICS MERGE TO ENABLE ENGINEERING INNOVATION

Electropages | February 10, 2020

RS Components will stage an artistic display at the embedded world trade fair to demonstrate the fusion of electronics and automation. Through the use of a machine that at first glance has no obvious purpose, visitors will get a clear view of how connected electronics can solve a classic automation and control task. Also, the company will be showing the latest products and innovations from leading manufacturers, and specialists. Leading manufacturers exhibiting at the stand will reveal the bread...

Read More
news image

CODE OF CONDUCT AIMS TO ATTRACT WOMEN INTO CONSTRUCTION

The Engineer | March 05, 2020

A code of conduct has been launched that aims to eradicate inappropriate behaviour on construction sites and attract and retain more young people – particularly women – into the industry. Silverstone Park developer MEPC has welcomed the Barnwood Construction Code of Conduct, which has been developed as a response to MEPC’s Women into Construction initiative. This encourages MEPC’s main contractors and professional teams to work together in order to increase the number of ...

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