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By Shannon Clinton Water and wastewater treatment plant projects in Kentucky have historically progressed at a trickling pace. Just ask Warren Rogers, who spent three decades as owner/president of W. Rogers Company in Lexington building water and wastewater treatment plants in the commonwealth before selling the company in 2019. During Rogers’ tenure, WRC built more
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According to data collected by University of Arizona students during the fall 2020 semester, the percent of UA students experiencing low food insecurity increased from 17.25% to 25.29% during the COVID-19 pandemic. Worrying about meeting their own dietary needs can take attention away from academic responsibilities, which can negatively affect their performance in college. Students
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Engie announces change of leadership Engie has announced significant changes following the departure of a number of senior directors. Figures including Marcus Asquith, Partnership Director for NELC, have left their posts under circumstances which remain unclear. Engie, who have a pre-existing contract with North East Lincolnshire Council, has now confirmed plan to launch a new
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(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Singapore, Singapore Jul 9, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Fixed.sg Singapore is a facilities maintenance and project contracting company from Singapore and is now making its services more accessible through websites integrated with real-time messaging mobile app and online forms for the convenience of potential customers searching the web for handyman services. The company’s continued efforts to
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U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe has requested $20 million in federal appropriations to replace Tulsa International Airport’s nearly 60-year-old air traffic control tower. Tulsa World file U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe has requested $20 million in federal appropriations to replace Tulsa International Airport’s nearly 60-year-old air traffic control tower, he said Friday. He said he’s also asked
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 Work Order Management Tools Market is expected to grow at a significant pace, reports JC Market Research.  Its latest research report, titled [Global Work Order Management Tools Market Insights, Forecast to 2026], offers a unique point of view about the global market.  Analysts believe that the changing consumption patterns are expected to have a great influence on the overall market.
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FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) – For the first time since Gov. Andy Beshear issued his COVID-19 state of emergency executive order in March 2020, Thursday saw visitors and tourists allowed inside the state Capitol and Capitol Annex buildings. There are some new security measures that have been implemented with the reopening.                                        The doors leading to
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New York, July 02, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “United States Emergency Lighting Market – Growth, Trends, COVID-19 Impact, and Forecasts (2021 – 2026)” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06101242/?utm_source=GNW ? – An emergency lighting system is one of the most critical safety systems in a building. It makes it possible to stop
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With summer in full swing, many facilities are seeing a sharp uptick in foot traffic coupled with heightened expectations around cleanliness. In celebration of July as National Carpet Cleaning Month, Whittaker, a company devoted to low-moisture carpet care, highlighted best practices for in-house custodial teams and building service contractors to consider for their carpet care
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The Design Lights Consortium is working on standards and specifications for outdoor lighting that both protects the night sky and saves electricity. According to the International Dark Sky Alliance, a third of outdoor lighting is wasted. This costs building owners $3.3 billion per year in electricity. The business landscape has changed. Adhering to the principle
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ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. – — In October of 1958, Air Mobility Command transferred the management responsibility of the C-130 “Hercules” aircraft to Warner Robins Air Materiel Area. Fast forward 62 years, and the Air Force Materiel Command’s Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia, continues the legacy of maintaining
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Corroded center baffle on secondary clarifier. Photo by K. Kirkeby. The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a Federal Facility Compliance Agreement (FFCA) with the US Navy to complete major upgrades to the Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Wastewater Treatment Plant today. The plant treats domestic and industrial wastewater from the Navy’s Pearl Harbor facilities and
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Each year, UW–Madison honors university staff members for their outstanding dedication and commitment to excellence. The following employees will receive 2021 University Staff Recognition Awards at the June University Staff Congress meeting. The following profiles were compiled using comments from nominations submitted for the recipients. Molly LenzFacilities Planning & Management, Office Operations Associate Molly Lenz
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Suelaine Poling has held a lot of different roles at the Keene Day Care Center since starting there in 1977. She’s been a teacher, program coordinator, program director and even the cook. As executive director, a job she’s had since 2005, sometimes she still steps into all of these positions, and more. “There’s always something,”
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By repairing failing steam traps, facilities can save money and reduce their carbon footprint. The first step when beginning a steam trap survey and replacement or repair project is organization. Ideally, the steam traps have unique identification tags, and the facility has a list of where all the steam traps are located.  In the absence
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