Engineering Tech, Construction

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September 11, 2022

Advance construction equipment whitepaper
Construction projects often feel like different worlds governed by different rules, flows, regulations, and procedures – but with a single, common goal. The goal is clear but getting there proves much more difficult than it should be. That’s why we decided to sync and empower them to move forward at the same pace right from the start. Constream is a suite of connected modules, where each one is focused on recreating a specific construction management process and serving solutions to day-to-day problems. Our ecosystem is designed with blockchain technology at its core in order to exploit the full potential of decentralization and fragmentation of the construction industry. Why revolutionize something that only needs to evolve?

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Cornelius

CORNELIUS IS THE WORLD'S LEADING SUPPLIER OF BEVERAGE DISPENSING AND COOLING EQUIPMENT. We manufacture and market a broad line of beverage dispense solutions for soft drink, beer, ice, juice, tea, and frozen as well as a complete line of accessories. OUR VISION: Providing high-quality brand driven, knowledge-based solutions.

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Technical Design Requirements for Alberta Infrastructure Facilities

whitePaper | August 2, 2022

The purpose of the Technical Design Requirements for Alberta Infrastructure Facilities (TDR) document is to provide architects, engineers, contractors, client groups, facility administrators and operators involved in designing and building facilities with a comprehensive set of requirements. The requirements have been developed by Alberta Infrastructure Technical Services and Procurement Branch by consolidating best practices information, from the position of knowledgeable owner, as well as national and international subject matter experts. They are based on components and systems which have proven to be reliable and efficient, to meet the needs of the users, and to have acceptable life cycle costs. The requirements are intended as a minimum for planning new facilities and renovating and operating existing facilities. Innovative designs, products, systems and technology are encouraged after thorough evaluation of potential benefits and risks, value analysis and life cycle cost. Early and regular involvement by Technical Services staff is recommended when proposing alternatives.

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Digital business acceleration

whitePaper | July 27, 2022

We have long recognized digital as a major driving force in our industry to increase efficiency and productivity. The energy transition has brought new meaning to digital, making it a game-changer in promoting the structural change needed to accelerate the shift to a low-carbon future. Digitalize to decarbonize has become an imperative, powered by accurate, objective, and accessible data. At Technip Energies, energy transition is our business. Therefore we are fully invested in harnessing the power of digital in this journey. With a solution-oriented approach that connects data across the entire project life cycle, we make sustainable changes to the way we operate, broaden opportunities, and support new business models.

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Parametric Modeling Innovates Bridge Design

whitePaper | January 6, 2020

Bridge design is no simple matter. While traditional 3D modeling software is useful for buildings, these structures don’t present the same challenges that bridge design does. Jalpesh Patel, Senior Technical Consultant with Allplan explains why: Buildings are mainly linear, vertical structures with minimal to no obstruction. Bridges, on the other hand, are non-linear, horizontal structures that must weave through obstacles, existing structures, and multiple right-ofway restrictions.

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Optimising EPC Contracts in COVID-19 Crisis

whitePaper | June 10, 2022

The coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19), the prolonged quarantine responsesand the enormous economic uncertainty are affecting the normal development of EPC contracts. EPC stands for Engineering, Procurement and Construction and is a prominent form of a contracting agreement in the construction industry. They are not only carried out in the construction sector, but also in other industries such as power generation, oil & gas, petrochemical, chemical, water treatment, mining, among other sectors. The EPC model is used where an owner or employer wishes to engage a contractor to undertake the engineering, procurement and construction of a project. Normally the EPC Contractor has to execute and deliver the project within an agreed time and budget, commonly known as a Lump Sum Turn Key (LSTK) Contract.

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ENGINEERING THE NXT

whitePaper | May 24, 2022

The pace and degree of digital transformation has accelerated in the past year as businesses were forced to devise newer strategies to ensure business continuity while minimizing the negative impact of the pandemic. Enterprises that had made significant investments in digital technologies were better poised to face the unexpected and rapid changes in business scenarios, whereas those with low digital maturity had to spend a significant part of the early days of the pandemic in transforming their operations to suit the new normal. External factors such as customer needs and requirements, quality, reduction of production and control costs, environmental impact of products, etc., are pushing enterprises to re-evaluate their business strategies. They are continuously striving to find the right balance of increasing the margins of legacy products and to generate revenue growth through investments made towards digital innovation, new products, and services.

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The Top 5 Most Over-Engineered Building Components

whitePaper | November 14, 2019

When specifying the mechanical and electrical equipment for a building, it is easy to assume that extra capacity is a good thing, but it actually can be just as counterproductive as having undersized installations. In the first place, extra capacity comes at a higher upfront cost, which makes the building owner assume unnecessary expenses. There are also many types of equipment that experience performance issues when over-engineered, which can range from low energy efficiency to a diminished service life.

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Cornelius

CORNELIUS IS THE WORLD'S LEADING SUPPLIER OF BEVERAGE DISPENSING AND COOLING EQUIPMENT. We manufacture and market a broad line of beverage dispense solutions for soft drink, beer, ice, juice, tea, and frozen as well as a complete line of accessories. OUR VISION: Providing high-quality brand driven, knowledge-based solutions.

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