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This eBook serves as an illustrative sampling, a signpost for those who would like to go further, and hopefully an inspiration for other contractors looking to add alternative energy systems to their offerings.

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At its biennial Business Meeting ASPE held elections for the 2018–2020 Society Board of Directors.

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To be worthwhile a profession should be about more than just the work, more than about any amount of money to be made from the work.

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The difference between big, successful, profitable, growing companies and small, struggling, unprofitable, stagnant companies is: systems.

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The new turbine in Covington Water District’s water main will meet 70 percent of the district’s administrative energy needs.

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This week's gallery highlights GPS driver safety analytics; an outdoor Bluetooth-connected outdoor laser measure with viewfinder; a drain cleaner that handles roots and other tough stoppages in 3” through 6” lines; check valves that prevent backflow via a stainless-steel spring; a pinless moisture meter that covers larger areas in a shorter time; and a stainless-steel lock body for vehicle doors that is drill-resistant.

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With hurricane season back in full, firms that care about sustainability received another swift kick this week to act with more haste. Hundreds of climate scientists now say that 2030 looms as the critical deadline year. Read a summary of their report.

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Business management software company deploys LinkedIn Learning to help with employee skills, growth.

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The PHCC Educational Foundation is proud to announce the winners of 2018 scholarships awarded through the Foundation.

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The Board is responsible for guiding the development of industry education and training programs for contractors and their employees.

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On Oct. 16, the Webcor/Obayashi Joint Venture, general contractor for the Salesforce Transit Center in San Francisco, filed a complaint San Francisco Superior Court against the hub's owner, the Transbay Joint Powers Authority, seeking more than $150 million in extra payments on its $994,517,600 contract.

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The $578-million bond issue follows a successful decade-long run of so-called “green bonds” that have funded 160 projects tied to green energy.

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The UK's National Infrastructure Commission chairman, Sir John Armitt, and Bentley Systems' CEO, Greg Bentley, sit down for a discussion about improving infrastructure through public policy, data, and digital twins.

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So our challenge is to again teach that the mathematics and discipline of CPM, coupled with proper software, will deliver return on the intellectual effort required.

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Strategically placed generators revive powerless sewage systems

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The $53-million Pacific Visions expansion project at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach reached a major milestone on October 17, as the final panel of glass was placed on its rolling, wave-like facade.

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Allana Buick & Bers, a forensic engineer hired by the Millennium Tower Association, says the cracked window glass in Unit 36B of the San Francisco residential building was caused by an exterior impact.

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2,200 at union-sponsored Women Build Nations event in Seattle boost careerbuilding

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The industry is experiencing a generational high market, and specialty contractors are reaping the benefits. But who will do all the work?

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