Aberdeen Intent for Salesforce is Live

Aberdeen | April 08, 2019

Aberdeen announced Aberdeen Intent for Salesforce – the first Salesforce-native solution that identifies and pushes intent-qualified opportunities directly into your Salesforce instance so your sales team never misses another deal. Aberdeen Intent for Salesforce uses machine learning to track the online research of millions of companies across the internet to generate the most accurate intent score available with client measured accuracy as high as 91%. Aberdeen Intent for Salesforce is based on the most accurate, most actionable and highly targeted intent data in the market. On a daily basis, Aberdeen monitors over 55 million Device IDs from over 17 million companies, tracks their research across 12.8 billion webpages and 480,000 keywords and compares their behavior versus a 52-week baseline to determine a purchase intent score.

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CTCI Helps Top Chipmaker TSMC Save Water With the Industry's First Industrial Wastewater Reclamation Plant for Chip Use

CTCI | September 19, 2022

Leading engineering, procurement, and construction group CTCI announced today the operation start-up of the TSMC Southern Taiwan Science Park Water Reclamation Plant, an industrial wastewater reclamation plant dedicated to supplying reclaimed water to the chip-making process through bio-treatment, ultra-filter, and reverse osmosis technologies. TSMC Southern Taiwan Science Park Water Reclamation Plant is the industry's first reclaimed water plant that uses innovative green technology to successfully regenerate industrial wastewater and reuse it in the semiconductor process, effectively alleviating stress on the local water supply and setting a precedent in the recycling of water resources. A ceremony marking the commencement of operations was held today, presided over by John T. Yu, CTCI Group Chairman. Notable attendees included Wei-che Huang, Mayor of Tainan City, and Arthur Chuang, Vice President of TSMC. "Utilizing reclaimed water as a water resource is becoming increasingly important in achieving global sustainable development,"We are pleased to have the opportunity to join forces with TSMC, which shares our commitment and vision in terms of sustainability, to bring that dream to reality. I believe this water reclamation plant has set a brand new milestone in terms of water reuse and waste reduction." -John T. Yu Chairman CTCI Group. TSMC practices green manufacturing, is deeply engaged in water resource risk management, and is committed to expanding diversified water resources, said TSMC Operations / Facility Vice President, Dr. Arthur Chang. The TSMC Southern Taiwan Science Park Water Reclamation Plant is an important milestone in global green technology innovation. Together with CTCI, we have developed technology to successfully regenerate industrial wastewater to meet the process cleanliness standard in order for it to be reused in semiconductor production. TSMC looks forward to attracting other industries to jointly support the use of reclaimed water in order to accelerate the development of related industries and technologies and realize a more sustainable future. CTCI was commissioned by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) to design, build, own and operate the plant for the next 20 years, providing clean water for TSMC's chip-making business. The plant sources its influent from the wastewater generated from the chip-making process, as well as from the discharge of the science park's wastewater treatment plant. Currently, the plant can supply 5,000 tons of reclaimed water per day and will be able to supply up to 20,000 tons per day a year from now. Two other municipal wastewater reclamation plants, Yong-Kang and An-Ping, are being constructed and will join the initial plant, in stages, to supply additional reclaimed water. This is a major milestone for the water-intensive chip industry, as TSMC's fabs inside the Southern Taiwan Science Park (STSP) will now begin to receive at least 5,000 tons of reclaimed water per day and will receive 67,000 tons of reclaimed water per day by 2024, equivalent to 68% of the city water used by TSMC's fabs inside STSP in 2021. CTCI, which has extensive experience in industrial wastewater treatment, adopts advanced bio-treatment technology to significantly cut down the amount of energy required for and the sludge produced from traditional aeration bio-treatment. As a result, the plant has less pollution, less energy consumption, and better water quality. For the future expansion of the plant, CTCI aims to utilize the residual heat from a nearby energy-from-waste plant to heat up the wastewater generated from the plant itself, and to condense and collect the vaporized steam to produce another 16,000 tons of reclaimed water per day. About CTCI: CTCI (TWSE: 9933, TPEx: 5209, TPEx: 6803) is a global engineering services provider that offers a comprehensive range of services, products, and solutions. Since its founding in 1979, CTCI has strived to deliver the world's most reliable engineering, procurement, fabrication, construction, commissioning and project management services. Headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, CTCI serves the hydrocarbon, petrochemical, power, environmental, transportation, advanced technology facilities, and industrial markets. The company is Taiwan's leading EPC services provider, with about 7,000 employees in around 40 operation bases spanning across more than 10 countries. It is a member of the Dow Jones Sustainability™ Emerging Markets Index.

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Construction Resources Acquired by Mill Point Capital

Construction Resources | July 19, 2022

Construction Resources, LLC, (CR), a 52-year-old Atlanta-based company, has recently been acquired by an investment group, Mill Point Capital. The goal is to support the business's strategic growth plans, including geographical expansion via green fielding and acquisition in its core product categories. Over the past decade, CR has expanded its service area, product categories, and offerings to better serve its customers, and with the Mill Point partnership, will continue to focus on growth initiatives providing enhanced opportunities to CR employees across the U.S. through their legacy brands and locations. "Our company has always believed in developing our team and fostering relationships while we provide the best possible solutions and products to our residential, multi-family, fabricator, and commercial customers. As part of International Designs Group and Mill Point Capital, we plan to continue our mission of being a loyal partner to our customers and vendors, creating job opportunities, and working with our 750 employees across 30-plus locations." -Mitch Hires, CEO of Construction Resources. In late 2015, Construction Resources was acquired by Monomoy Capital Partners and continued further strengthening the company's footprint and product offering. In 2019, CR acquired United Materials, Inc., helping expand its product and geographic reach. Throughout the Monomoy hold period, they have significantly expanded their construction and design influence in the southeastern part of the United States, as well as integrated and professionalized the business. Through growth and expansion, CR has always maintained its brand legacy and relationship value with its associates and customers and plans to continue operating under the same model. While the Company has grown over the years, its leadership team and focus have been consistent. CR is pleased to report its entire Senior Leadership Team will be moving forward with Mill Point post transaction. "Mitch and his team have built a special platform in Construction Resources. The growth opportunities in front of the Company are exceptional, and we are thrilled to be bringing CR into the International Designs family, We've been extremely impressed by the entire CR team, and the excellent foundation they have built. We're excited to partner with Mitch and the rest of the CR team to continue growing the International Designs platform and pursuing the numerous opportunities ahead." -Rick Bennet, Executive Partner and Executive Chairman of the Board, Mill Point. About Construction Resources- For 50+ years, CR has provided residential and commercial builders and remodelers, as well as homeowners, with a one-stop shop for their surface, appliance, and architectural specialty needs. Construction Resources offers an array of high-quality proprietary and sought-after blue-chip brands for builders and homeowners. The company is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, with showrooms, surface galleries, and design centers located regionally. For more information, please visit www.constructionresourcesusa.com. About Mill Point Capital- Mill Point Capital LLC is a private equity firm focused on control investments in middle market companies in North America across the business services, IT services, and industrial sectors. Mill Point's experienced team of investors and Executive Partners seek portfolio company value enhancement through rigorous implementation of transformative strategic initiatives and operational improvements.

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Clark Construction Delivers Snapdragon Stadium on Schedule

Clark Construction | August 23, 2022

Clark Construction Group joined San Diego State University (SDSU) leaders, city officials, and distinguished guests to cut the ribbon on the state-of-the-art Snapdragon Stadium. Designed as a hub for sports and entertainment, the new 35,000-capacity venue provides a home field for SDSU Aztec Football, as well as for professional and collegiate soccer, NCAA championship games, concerts, and other cultural events. As the design-builder in charge of design and construction efforts on the multi-purpose venue, Clark Construction led a high-performing team of more than 250 firms, including engineers, and trade contractors. Gensler Sports was the lead designer. The stadium's signature design elements, including concourse level "neighborhoods," and standing-room-only "piers" that jut out over stadium seating to conjure a coastal vibe are designed to reflect the city's diverse communities and combine to create a venue that is authentically San Diego. The stadium is a part of the first phase of development at SDSU Mission Valley, a mixed-use, medium-density, transit-oriented development that will expand the university's educational, research, entrepreneurial, and technology programs. An Innovation District is projected to provide educational opportunities for up to 15,000 additional students and, once complete, SDSU Mission Valley will also include retail, housing, and the development of community parks and open space. It is expected to bolster the university's local economic impact by an estimated $3 billion per year. Snapdragon Stadium's construction has served as a boon to the San Diego economy. Local firms were awarded $250 million in construction contracts on the project. Throughout construction, Clark also helped lead training programs to ensure a local and diverse workforce had the opportunity to work on the project. In aggregate, a combined 4,000 workers logged 1.2 million hours to successfully deliver Snapdragon Stadium. "This project is a testament that construction is a team sport, With everyone working toward the goal of winning together, we were able to deliver a high-quality venue on time, on budget for SDSU and the greater San Diego community." -Albert Valdivia, Clark's vice president in charge of construction operations for the project. San Diego's newest landmark is a product of a two-year intensive construction effort. To make way for the new venue, Clark demolished Qualcomm Stadium, the former home of the San Diego Chargers. Crews erected the structure using a combination of cast-in-place concrete, precast concrete, and steel. To shape the stadium, crews raised the site nearly 30 feet and erected 2,500 steel beams. "We appreciate all the hard work to get Snapdragon Stadium complete in time for our first game against Arizona, We are looking forward to fans coming to a stadium that they can be proud of – a stadium that is authentic to San Diego. We feel we've created an unmatched experience in collegiate athletics, and in all events that come to the stadium." -J.D. Wicker, director of intercollegiate athletics at SDSU. Snapdragon Stadium will make its official debut during the Aztec Football season opener against the University of Arizona Wildcats on September 3. Famed musicians Jimmy Buffett and Jason Mraz will perform the first concert at the arena on October 22. More information about Snapdragon Stadium is available online: https://snapdragonstadium.com/ About Clark Construction Group: For more than a century, Clark Construction Group has been transforming the ideas and visions of its clients into world-class projects that make the United States a stronger, safer place. As one of the nation's largest asset creators, Clark has offices strategically located across the country to serve the needs of its clients.

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