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Study International | October 30, 2019

Some of the world’s biggest discoveries have been made under the roofs of universities, many by graduate students working alongside experienced members of faculty. These efforts have a huge impact on society, whether it’s improving the lives of many, making companies more efficient, or finding ways to reduce environmental impact and help curb climate change. In the field of engineering, graduate students are working on exciting research projects all around the world. As climate change issues become more prevalent, there’s a demand for engineers who can develop sustainable solutions and work alongside other departments to manufacture biomedical products that advance the industry.

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Construction workers have one of the most dangerous jobs in the country. They must navigate a maze of hazards to earn their daily bread. Day in and day out, they toil around heavy objects, sharp tools, open wires, moving vehicles, unstable scaffolding, and distracted co-workers.

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SEAM Group Announces the Strategic Acquisition of Electrical Engineering & Service, Co. (EESCO)

SEAM Group | February 14, 2022

SEAM Group, a global leader in energized asset performance working with some of the world's largest brands, announced the strategic acquisition of Electrical Engineering & Service, Co. (EESCO) based out of Holbrook, Mass. EESCO specializes in electrical power systems, commissioning, testing, evaluation, repairs, and maintenance. EESCO is accredited by the International Electrical Testing Association (NETA), a trade association dedicated to improving electrical testing standards in the United States and sharing those standards internationally. SEAM Group will enhance its offerings by providing customers access to NETA-accredited technicians, increasing switchgear preventive maintenance capabilities, and expanding service to execute medium- and high-voltage preventive maintenance. The company will also broaden its specialized services for electrical distribution equipment, including switchgear, circuit breakers, protective relays, transformers, ground fault systems, and surge protectors. "The EESCO leadership and field team bring more than 30 years of experience and have an excellent reputation,They have built a successful business through their hands-on customer service approach and technical expertise. We are proud to expand into offering NETA-certified services as we work together to create a safer, more reliable world." -SEAM Group Chief Executive Officer Colin Duncan. We have always strived to deliver customer-first service in everything we do and are excited to find a partner in SEAM Group that operates the same way," EESCO co-founders Steve Isaac and Joe Cipolla said in a joint statement. "Our companies are well-aligned in culture and priorities, so it is a great honor to integrate into the SEAM Group family and offer our customers their full breadth of services. About SEAM Group SEAM Group is a global leader in energized asset performance focused on delivering safety, reliability, and maintenance solutions to some of the world's largest companies. Inspecting more than two million assets per year, SEAM Group offers a proven platform that combines strategic advisory, custom training, advanced technology, and actionable data management to position customers for success. Visit www.seamgroup.com/blog/ for company developments. About EESCO Electrical Engineering & Service Company, Inc. specializes in electrical power systems, commissioning, testing and evaluation, repairs, maintenance, modification, and other services related to electrical infrastructure. The company is certified by the NETA and maintains strict safety standards for employees and technicians regarding proper electrical safety procedures and service techniques.

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Vitech and Intercax Form Integration Partnership

Vitech | March 09, 2022

Vitech, a Zuken Company and a market leader in Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) solutions, announced a partnership with Intercax. As a result of this partnership, Intercax will incorporate support for GENESYS, Vitech's flagship MBSE technology, into its Syndeia Digital Thread Platform. As a result, GENESYS users will be able to extend and integrate their GENESYS-created system models and architectures into various ecosystems, such as the PLM and ALM ecosystems. These ecosystems include CAD, requirements management, project management, simulation tools, and more. "Partnering with Intercax is a big step in delivering on our vision of a connected, integrated, and open MBSE. The large library of connectors to popular and varied engineering repositories will provide immediate value to our user community, " Enrique Krajmalnik, CEO of Vitech Intercax is an industry leader in developing the vision of an Open Digital Thread, linking system models with other advanced engineering tools. According to Dr. Dirk Zwemer, Intercax Co-Founder and President said, "As a critical enabler for digital transformation, enterprises are adopting open digital threads connecting data streams and models across disciplines and tools. Adding GENESYS to our catalog of supported system modeling and architecture tools will bring new solutions to industries where product complexity is a significant challenge."

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Core States Group Announces Addition of Bernardon, a Full-Service Architecture, Interior Design, and Landscape Architecture Firm

Core States Group | November 20, 2021

Core States Group, a leading national provider of architecture, engineering, construction, and signage services, announced that Bernardon, one of the top 10 largest architecture, interior design, and landscape architecture firms in the Philadelphia region, has agreed to join the Core States Group of Companies. The partnership became effective on Monday, Nov. 15. Established in 1973, Bernardon brings comprehensive design services to a mix of clients in the civic/cultural, corporate, healthcare, higher education, hospitality, industrial/warehousing, multifamily/mixed-use, retail, senior living, and single-family markets. Core States Group's fully integrated practices and nationwide capabilities, combined with Bernardon's experience, will expand the service offerings and geographic reach of this new multi-disciplinary partnership. "As Core States Group continues to grow and position itself to better serve clients, the addition of the Bernardon team will diversify our client portfolio, Our integrated model and ability to serve clients nationwide are major differentiators, and our partnership with Bernardon will strengthen that." -David Dugan, President of Core States Group. We are thrilled to be part of such a diverse organization with the ability to now reach coast to coast, said Neil Liebman, AIA, President of Bernardon and successor to Kerry Haber, AIA, who continues as part of the firm's leadership team. This new relationship will create an end-to-end partner for our clients, allowing us to work together on all aspects of their project. About Core States Group Core States Group is a professional service firm providing in-house architecture, engineering (civil, structural, MEP), program management, construction management, energy, signage and banded environments, and technology services. With 17 offices across North America, Core States Group designs, builds, and manages national and regional programs for private corporations throughout a variety of markets, including restaurant, retail, financial, fueling, and energy. For more information, visit www.core-states.com.

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