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  1. Hoffman Construction Delivers Highest Quality On A $3B Chip Manufacturing Plant Using LATISTA

    LATISTA Technologies, the leader in quality and field management solution for construction, recently published a case study on how an Industry-leading chipmaker and Hoffman Construction improved collaboration and transparency on a $3B facility project

  2. Combined RTLS And Passive RFID Technologies Create Unique Inventory Management Solution For Steel Plant

    Today, Convergence Systems Limited (CSL), the only global provider of both passive RFID products and active RTLS equipment, announced the successful implementation of a high-performance RFID inventory management system for China Steel Structure Company, Ltd. 

  3. Appleton Mfg. Division Upgrades Core Recycler

    Appleton Mfg. Division announces the introduction of a new and more advanced version of the Safe-Slab core recycler, the Slabber XLA for nonwovens

  4. Rockwood Color Pigments Selects O’Neal For New Iron Oxide Pigment Plant

    O'Neal, Inc., an integrated design and construction firm, announced today that Rockwood Pigments NA, Inc., based in Beltsville, MD, selected the firm to provide Engineering-Procurement-Construction (EPC) services for their new, grassroots plant in Augusta, GA.

  5. New Opti-Visor Automated Control Solution From Armstrong Drives Additional 15-30% Energy Savings

    Interfacing seamlessly with the existing building automation system, the Armstrong Opti-Visor controls the key energy-using components of the chiller plant, providing the optimal operating settings for equipment such as water-cooled, variable-flow chillers, compressors, cooling towers and condenser water pumps

  6. Emerson’s Ovation Control And Simulation Technologies Help Reduce Time, Expense Associated With Commissioning First U.S. Ultra-Supercritical Power Plant

    The John W. Turk Jr. Power Plant in Fulton, Arkansas, went into commercial operation Dec. 20, 2012, just four months after its first fire – several months faster than is typical for a new coal plant.

  7. Hollysys Automation Technologies Announces A Series Of Contract Wins Of Energy Management System To Reduce Energy Consumption And Waste Emission

    Hollysys Automation Technologies, Ltd. (NASDAQ: HOLI) ("Hollysys" or the "Company"), a leading provider of automation and control technologies and applications in China, announced today that it signed a series of contracts recently to provide its Energy Management System ("EMS") to a few domestic chemical enterprises including COFCO Biochemical (Zhaodong) Energy Co., Limited, Henan Jinkai Group Yanhua Chemical Co., Limited, Junma Chemical Co., Limited, Jiheng Group and Henan Tianguan Biological Engineering Company Limited

  8. New Variable-Intensity LED Lighting For Progress Solar/Wind™ And Progress Solar/Hybrid™ Light Towers Now Available

    The New LED lights allow the operator to adjust light levels from Low-Medium-High with the flip of a switch to optimize light levels based on needs

  9. Jovix™ Selected By MEG Energy As Its Single Site Material Control System

    Birmingham, AL Atlas RFID Solutions, the leader in comprehensive auto-ID solutions for construction site materials management, today announced that MEG Energy selected its Jovix™ solution as their site material control system for the Christina Lake Phase 3A Central Processing Facility in Alberta, Canada

  10. Louis Berger Supports American Samoa Storm Recovery With Power Plant Reconstruction

    The Louis Berger Group, Inc. (Louis Berger) has won a $36 million contract to help rebuild the Satala Power Plant in Pago Pago, American Samoa, destroyed in the September 2009 tsunami

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