Friday, September 21, 2018

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Radiant® By Legrand introduces QI-certified wireless charger

  Building on its commitment to the delivery and control of power and light without sacrificing inspired design, Legrand introduces the first-to-market in-wall Wireless Charger from the radiant® collection.   The Wireless Charger from...

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The Boring Company starts work on prototype garage with private entrance to tunnel network

  Imagine walking into your garage and hopping in your car to drive to work, except rather than toughing it out on the traffic-choked roads of LA, an elevator drops you directly into a high-speed tunnel network sprawling beneath the city....

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ISH Shanghai & CIHE: 5.6% rise in visitor numbers and doubling in size of European Pavilion

  Thanks to the growing demand for diverse heating solutions in East and Central China, ISH Shanghai & CIHE, which took place from 3 – 5 September 2018, was widely praised as an effective business platform. The three-day event hosted...

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Graham Construction disputes government’s take on Grande Prairie hospital problems

  The Alberta government terminated the services of Graham Construction Monday and is now looking for a new builder for the Grande Prairie Regional Hospital project, the infrastructure department said. However, the company said it...

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What will it take to make buildings carbon neutral?

If cities are going to curb the rise of global temperatures to less than 2 degrees Celsius, they’ll have to address the single largest contributor, by sector, to their carbon footprint: buildings. Buildings account for roughly 50 percent of...

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How building design changed after 9/11

  When a building collapses killing hundreds – or thousands – of people, there are many reasons for pause. The loss of so much life is undoubtedly a catastrophe. Beyond that, a big building collapse raises many important engineering...

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Modular X-Ray Rooms, Design & Construction

  MarShield custom designs and manufactures modular ALARA x-ray rooms. These units are designed to shield personnel from harmful secondary radiation in industrial applications, including Nuclear and Non -Destructive testing. Custom...

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Early-bird registration discounts for the 2018 ICC Annual Conference end on Sunday, September 16

  Washington, D.C. – Early-bird registration for the 2018 International Code Council Annual Conference, Code Hearings and Expo will end on Sunday, September 16. This essential industry event will be held on October 21-29 in Richmond, Va.,...

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Montréal’s most desirable residential project, Tour des Canadiens 2 & 3, reveals the official start of construction of its Quad Windsor Skybridge

  MONTRÉAL, Sept. 12, 2018 /CNW Telbec/ - Cadillac Fairview, Canderel, the Fonds immobilier de solidarité FTQ and the Club de hockey Canadien announced the start of construction of the Quad Windsor Skybridge that will be built across...

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BC local governments recognized for leadership in wood design and building at 2018 Union of BC Municipalities Convention

  WHISTLER, Sept. 12, 2018 /CNW/ - Leadership in structural and architectural wood use by local governments was recognized today at the Union of BC Municipalities (UBCM) Convention in Whistler. Five local governments were presented with...

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Is the construction sector finally embracing artificial intelligence?

  Industries are embracing technologies like artificial intelligence on a greater scale than ever before, and construction is no different. CTOs take note The construction industry is, without doubt, a very hands-on and physical...

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Machine Safety and Reduced-Energy Operating Mode – Determining Safe Values

  The moving parts and tools of industrial machinery are hazards that expose workers to risks of crushing, being caught and drawn in, cutting, impact, pinching/entrapment, etc. The Regulation respecting occupational health and safety...

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