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Franklin Special School District Celebrates New Gym and Performing Arts Center

photo of Donna Vissman The Franklin Special School District (FSSD) announced on Friday the completion of the new gymnasium at Poplar Grove Elementary School and the Franklin Special School District Performing Arts Center (PAC). To celebrate the grand openings of both facilities, the district held two ribbon-cutting ceremonies on Friday, …

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Tampa City Lawyers Consider Building Law Changes After Downtown Hanna Avenue Debacle | Tampa Bay News | Tampa

Click to enlarge Justin Garcia Construction is underway on Tampa’s Hanna Avenue project, despite months of controversy. After the City of Tampa’s mistake in privately selecting a contractor for its $108 million “City Center at Hanna Avenue” project, the city attorney’s office is considering changes to the appeals process. bids …

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The Women’s Resource Center moves to new premises

A nonprofit that prepares women for success in the workplace will move to a new location. After 20 years of delivering programs and services from an office at 678 Front Ave. NW in Grand Rapids, the Women’s Resource Center (WRC) is preparing to move to a new headquarters at 816 …

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Teen center will soon have less bowling

SANDPOINT — There will be fewer bowling days at the Sandpoint Teen Center after the school year ends. The center announced there would be less bowling at Huckleberry Lanes and participated in Idaho Gives, hoping to generate funds for alternatives as well as other aspects of the program. The STC …

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Bluffs Schools Celebrate Groundbreaking for Early Learning Center | News

(Council Bluffs) – Council Bluffs school officials celebrated a milestone for a new childcare and education center coming to the area. In a special groundbreaking ceremony on Wednesday, the Council Bluffs School District and state education officials marked a milestone in the construction of the new 38,000-foot Council Bluffs Early …

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Staff: Civic Center at Risk of Wall Break

City Council is due to approve additional funding Monday for emergency repairs to the Evanston Civic Center. This time, the problem is a curved exterior brick wall at the fourth floor level on the east side of the building. City staff say a gap opened up between the facing brick …

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Architects Sasaki and Hopkins designed the Colby College Alfond athletics center which obtains LEED and SITES certifications: NEREJ

Waterville, Maine According to Sasaki and Hopkins Architects, Colby College Harold Alfond Athletics and Recreation Center has received LEED Platinum and SITES Gold certifications. Awarded by the US Green Building Council, Platinum status is the highest LEED certification a project can achieve. SITES Gold is awarded by SITES, a comprehensive …

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East Florida Small Business Development Center to Host Government Contracting Seminar May 10

Residence ” East Florida Small Business Development Center to Host Government Contracting Seminar May 10 register by calling 321-433-5570 Eastern Florida State College’s Small Business Development Center will host a Government Contracting Seminar on Tuesday, May 10 at the EFSC Cocoa Campus, 1519 Clearlake Road, Cocoa. BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA, …

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Inside Florida Turtle Center water quality, staffing issues

JUNO BEACH, Florida. – The only sea turtles visitors to the Loggerhead Marinelife Center will see at this time are those whose images are printed on T-shirts in the gift shop. The large center turtle tanks on US 1 at Juno Beach have been empty since early April as Caouanne …

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Public safety training center appears to meet permit requirements, but documents show official questions – SaportaReport

By John Ruch Ongoing complaints about unauthorized work at the Atlanta Public Safety Training Center site seem baseless — but that’s also how DeKalb County planning officials learned about the work on the secret project, according to documents obtained by SaportaReport. Belief in the illegality of felling trees at the …

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Recharging center stripped but millions still to be completed, officials say

Project managers overseeing construction of the Treasure Valley Reload Center say they can cut costs by $5 million, but still need millions more to complete the work. Construction crews work to create beds for the train tracks at the Treasure Valley Reload Center north of Nyssa on Tuesday, April 12. …

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Georgetown Career Center to Expand

The Georgetown Professional Center is looking to expand to three new buildings on its campus. | PHOTO COURTESY OF GILLIS GILKERSON GEORGETOWN — A Delmarva developer is pushing ahead with the expansion of a professional services center in Georgetown, opening up the opportunity for at least six more businesses to …

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Demolition bid heads to DeKalb City Council for Hillcrest Shopping Center – Shaw Local

DeKALB – A Rockford-based contractor may soon demolish the old Hillcrest Mall building on the north side of DeKalb, part of a plan by the City of DeKalb to reclaim the land for future development. All tenants of the mixed-use commercial and residential building, formerly owned by Evanston-based Hunter Properties, …

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Tiger Solar offsets 100% of automotive service center’s electrical needs with solar power

Solar Tiger Business owners like Andrew Wiley of Consumers Auto Warehouse (CAW) are identifying options to reduce high energy costs while helping the environment. Dealership Wiley opted for solar power by selecting a local solar contractor, Tiger Solar, to design, build and install a 28.88 kW system. The system is …

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West Michigan Works! moves its service center to Ionia

IONIA – A workforce development agency has moved its office from Ionia. West Michigan Works! moved its Ionia County Service Center to 603 W. Adams St. in Ionia. The office was previously located at 301 W. Main St. in downtown Ionia, where it had operated since 2016. The first day …

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DeSantis Announces $80 Million Dr. Leon Haley Trauma Center | Jax Daily Record | Jacksonville Daily Record

The state budget includes $80 million for upgrades to the Level 1 Trauma Center at UF Health Jacksonville that will be named after its former CEO, the late Dr. Leon Haley Jr., Gov. Ron DeSantis announced on Friday. April 18. At a press conference, surrounded by Haley’s family, UF Health …

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Tulsa Job Corps Center is reopened and ready to transform lives | national company

TULSA, Okla., April 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Tulsa County Job Corps campus has immediate availability to provide safe campus life, general health and wellness, and educate qualified applicants. and place them directly into employment in our community. At Tulsa Job Corps, the campus has the capacity to serve 235 …

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Forward Air Announces New Support Center in Columbus | Nation/World

GREENEVILLE, Tenn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–April 14, 2022– Forward Air Corporation (NASDAQ: FWRD) (the “Company” or “Forward”) today announced the official opening of its expanded Columbus Support Center (CMH). The new support center represents a strategic investment in the company’s commitment to providing a better experience for its employees, customers and independent drivers. …

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Jordan Student Academic Center Inclusive Restrooms, by MixDesign and BKP Architects

Project description ARCHITECTS: We have partnered with Gallaudet University, a school for the deaf that has served the needs of nonconforming people since it was authorized by Congress to grant college degrees and signed into law by Abraham Lincoln in 1864. We have worked closely with a faculty committee led …

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AMERICAN CONCRETE INSTITUTE LAUNCHES NEW CENTER OF EXCELLENCE FOR CARBON NEUTRAL CONCRETE

The American Concrete Institute announces the launch of NEU: an ACI Center of Excellence for Carbon Neutral Concrete. Tweet that NEU also announces Baker Concrete, Inc. as an initial center member. Baker Concrete is the largest concrete contractor in the United States and specializes in pre-construction, construction and project management …

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Willow on Grand Event Center opens after COVID-related delays

Willow on Grand, an event location at 6011 Grand Ave. in Des Moines, opened its doors recently. A garden center and a two-story residence that had previously been converted to other uses were located on the property. Photo by Emily Kestel Taylor Boesen’s plan when she started her event planning …

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Gone Habitat: Fuller Center Assumes Role of Affordable Housing in the Lake District; house donated to cause – Detroit Lakes Tribune

DETROIT LAKES — It’s been about eight months since a new chapter of the Fuller Center for Housing began meeting in Detroit Lakes. Although the name is relatively unfamiliar to Lake District residents, its role in the community is not. “The old chapter of Habitat for Humanity…is now the Fuller …

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Record AGG1, World of Asphalt max out Music City Center

The Music City Center show sold out this year for AGG1 and World of Asphalt. Photo: P&Q Staff Aggregate producers and asphalt paving professionals filled a sold-out Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee this week with AGG1 Aggregates Academy & Expo bringing the industry together again with World of Asphalt. …

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Southern Environmental Law Center denounces TVA with lawsuit – Tennessee Lookout

The Southern Environmental Law Center filed a lawsuit against the Tennessee Valley Authority after its public records requests for contracts with methane gas companies were met with heavily redacted documents. In 2019, TVA, which generates electricity for nearly 10 million people in the Southeast, announced plans to eventually retire several …

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Local Hero: John Woodmansee, Shepherd’s Center | Monthly Winston-Salem

At age 11, John Woodmansee operated a hobby store out of his father’s basement workshop, fixing lawn mowers and vacuum cleaners. “It was during World War II, when you couldn’t buy these things in stores, but maybe you could buy parts,” he says. Woodmansee, 90, has held many jobs over …

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Boston police identify worker killed in Government Center garage collapse

A single father. A demolition expert for life. A hardworking family man, and now tragically killed while plying the trade he learned from his father. This is how Peter Monsini, 51, from South Easton, is described by his brother. Monsini was killed in a catastrophic structural collapse at the Government …

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Atlassian warns of Bitbucket and Confluence Data Center flaws • The Register

Atlassian demonstrated the interconnectedness of all things with a warning that some versions of Bitbucket Data Center and Confluence Data Center require patching due to the Hazelcast Java deserialization vulnerability. Hazelcast is an in-memory data grid that distributes data across nodes in a cluster and is used for efficiency and …

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Medicare call center workers strike on ACA anniversary

Medicare call center workers employed by Maximus, the nation’s largest federal call center contractor, went on strike for the first time on Wednesday, demanding paid sick leave, competitive wages and better insurance disease. The strikes took place in Hattiesburg and Bogalusa, Louisiana, and workers also called on Maximus to stop …

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Mental health center accused of life-threatening prescription errors

By Susan Greene, Colorado News Collaborativeand Chris Osher, The Gazette According to the findings of an official investigation that state agencies concealed from the public for more than nine months. State officials kept the June findings secret despite growing public concerns about Grand Junction-based Mind Springs Health and its psychiatric …

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New Trios Southridge Birthing Center opens in Kennewick, WA

The new birthing center at Trios Southridge Hospital in Kennewick is in the newly built two-storey tower above the first floor surgical ward. Visitation is scheduled for March 23. Bob Brawdy [email protected] Kennewick, WA Expectant mothers will start arriving in less than two weeks at the new Trios Birthing Center …

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Mountain America Center is slated for completion in November, and here’s a look inside

The following is a business column from Construction Business TV. Construction is progressing rapidly on the highly anticipated Mountain America Center in Idaho Falls. Bateman-Hall Construction has endured cold working conditions for the past few weeks, but warmer days are ahead. Land was laid on the 48,000 square foot building …

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Council Amends Villa Parke Community Center Improvement Contract – Pasadena Now

As part of Monday’s consent schedule, City Council unanimously agreed to authorize the City Manager to amend a contract with Thomco Construction, Inc. to increase a contract for improvements at the Villa Parke Community Center by $640,000. additional $. After initial contract approval, plans prepared by Public Works in coordination …

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Lawmakers agree to plan funds for a mental crisis center

OLYMPIA — State lawmakers last week approved $3.25 million in planning funds for a 16-bed mental health crisis center in Sequim. The capital budget supplemental allocation was by far the largest approved for the 24th District during the recently concluded legislative session. It will pay for architectural services, engineering work, …

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TimesOC: Former professor Chapman at center of Capitol riots investigation

Hello and welcome to the TimesOC newsletter. Today is Friday March 11. I’m Ben Brazil, bringing you the latest roundup of Orange County news and events. Orange County had some ties to the January 6, 2021 uprising at the United States Capitol, which shook the country and further revealed the …

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South Routt Receives $35,000 from County for Community Center Expansion

The South Routt Community Center in Oak Creek as it appeared in 2007.Steamboat pilot and today The Routt County Board of Commissioners has approved a $35,000 contribution for improvements to the South Routt Community Center, which spans space recently vacated by the Oak Creek Public Library. The library completed its …

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Data Center Infrastructure Market Revenue Will Exceed USD 120

Selbyville, March 08, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The data center infrastructure market size is expected to register a valuation of USD 120 billion by 2028, according to the most recent study by Global Market Insights Inc. The growth of the market can be attributed to the growing concerns related to …

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The Potts Entrepreneur Center brings new ideas to life

LIMA – Sometimes people just need help turning their great idea into a great business. That’s where the Walter C. Potts Entrepreneur Center comes in. The organization, established in 2007, strives to provide the education and skills needed to grow, nurture and support small businesses, especially those in the minority …

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Construction and engineering positions available

The hot aisle of a hyperscale data center. (Photo: Rich Miller) Each month, Data Center Frontier, in partnership with Pkaza, publishes some of the best data center career opportunities in the market. Here is an overview of some of the latest data center jobs posted on the Data Center Frontier …

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The Marshall Fire Disaster Recovery Center in Lafayette will close on Saturday

The Lafayette Disaster Recovery Center will close at 5 p.m. Saturday, but Federal Emergency Management Agency officials said they will continue to provide support to Marshall Fire victims by phone and virtually. Services will continue to be available online at DisasterAssistance.gov, the FEMA mobile app, or by calling the FEMA …

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Local News: SB I-55, US 61 reduced to Center Junction for repairs (03/01/22)

Contractor crews will begin repairing concrete on the southbound Interstate 55 bridge at Mile 99 between Cape Girardeau and Jackson this week, according to a Missouri Department of Transportation news release. Damage was caused in a recent traffic incident involving a semi-trailer truck. The bridge and safety barrier were inspected …

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Historic building preserved as the Elaine Museum and the Richard Wright Civil Rights Center

ELAINE — Prominently at the corner of Main Street and Quarles Road is what may be the oldest commercial building in this small farming town in southern Phillips County. And after years of sitting empty, it’s taking on new life as the Elaine Museum and Richard Wright Civil Rights Center. …

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LSC-Kingwood celebrates new Health Professions Center

A gathering of friends, supporters and school staff from Lone Star College-Kingwood celebrated the opening of the new Health Professions Center on campus last Tuesday. The $18.8 million facility, just east of the Student Conference Center, will house general classrooms and specific spaces for health science-related programs. Construction began in …

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Renovations have begun at the Civic Center pool | News

Usually during Parkland’s rain vs. snow months – when the forms of precipitation seem to compete to see which can create the most miserable weather – members of the Farmington Community Civic Center can head to the two indoor pools for a wholesome vacation. , aquatic exercise that is reminiscent …

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Tesla withdraws building permit for $5.2 million sales, service and delivery center in Gypsum

A new $5.2 million Tesla sales, service and distribution center will emerge from vacant land south of Eagle County Regional Airport this spring. The company withdrew its gypsum building permit last Friday.Sean Naylor/Vail Daily Tesla, the famous electric vehicle and clean energy company based in Austin, Texas, is coming to …

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fuboTV Q4 Earnings Preview: Profit Margins Will Take Center Stage

Jthe sports-centric streaming alternative for cable TV fuboTV (NYSE: FUBO) explosively increases its revenue and subscribers. But instead of growth, investors will focus on profit margins when fuboTV reports its fourth quarter and fiscal year 2021 financial results after the market closes on Feb. 23. The company struggles to cut …

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HUD inspection at John Sevier Center ‘imminent’ | News

With thousands of dollars poured into repairs, the John Sevier Center could finally receive its long-awaited inspection from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. “It’s imminent,” Hank Carr, chairman of the Johnson City Development Authority, told board members during a meeting on Friday. “We’re talking it could happen …

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Eastern Gray Squirrel – Royal Examiner

The Warren Coalition wrapped up a successful membership campaign for the “We See You, Warren County” program with a “Love Our Community” event on Tuesday, February 15and outside the Raymond E. Santmyers Youth Center. During the event, which drew dozens of people despite the cold weather, community volunteers were doused …

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State Invites Tenders for Construction of Ford Battery Park Training Center

Photo courtesy of Governor Andy Beshear’s Facebook page FRANKFURT, Ky. — Governor Andy Beshear on Monday announced another major step towards the construction and development of the Ford Motor Co. and SK Innovation BlueOvalSK Battery Park which will be located in Hardin County. In September 2021, the Governor was joined …

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Careful Historic Preservation Creates New San Francisco Animal Care Center

GOLD AWARD-2021 BD+C RECONSTRUCTION AWARDS San Francisco Animal Care and Control Facility, San Francisco PROJECT INFORMATION: Project size: 74,520 sf (actual shelter is 65,000 sf) Project cost: $55 million Site time: May 2019-February 2021 Delivery method: CM at risk RECONSTRUCTION TEAM: Tendering company and general contractor: Clark Construction Group – …

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Mark Bennett: With convention center opening soon, downtown Terre Haute assesses crows’ tactics | News columns

The list of Fates of life in Terre Haute includes three Fates, not the standard two. Death, taxes and the annual influx of crows. A new $34.8 million downtown convention center is set to open in April. Most of the crows currently wintering here will have flown elsewhere by then. …

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Nine of 10 units taken from Grand Island’s Southeast Commons Mall | Grand Island Local News

O’Connor installed streetlights in the parking lot and a string of lights along the top of the structure. He resurfaced much of the parking lot, patching up the rest. Inside Dollar Tree’s new Southeast Commons location, located at the intersection of Fonner Park Road and South Locust Street, is scheduled …

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Traveling nurse allegedly set staff member on fire at Hackensack University Medical Center – KION546

By Aundrea Cline-Thomas Click here for updates on this story NEW YORK, New York (WCBS) – A Hackensack University Medical Center employee suffered third-degree burns after being attacked on the job by a colleague. The police are looking for the man responsible. As CBS2’s Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports, it all happened …

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Restoration of Central Islip Psychiatric Center cemetery to resume after delays

Restoration of a once-forgotten cemetery that served the closed Central Islip Psychiatric Center is set to resume after delays caused by COVID-19 and funding issues, state and Touro officials told Newsday. Law Center. The locked cemetery gate, just south of a Touro parking lot, discourages casual visitors. From the outside, …

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Travel Center, restaurant a place for truckers and locals | Local News

The Freyberg family’s new Mankato Travel Center and Ten20 Tavern is a paradise for tractor-trailer drivers who have long hoped for a full-service truck stop in Mankato. But the business also aims to be a place where area residents can eat, drink, refuel and maybe wash their vehicle or their …

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Buddhists plan to demolish the center of Speer, Colfax and build a new one

Leaders of a center of Buddhist culture and worship in the Golden Triangle seek to do more with less. Soka Gakkai International-USA Denver has submitted plans to the city to tear down its three-story building at 1450 Speer Blvd., near the Colfax intersection, and replace it with a two-story facility …

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New Wayland Child Care Center opens with the help of a state grant | Radio KCII

A future daycare center in the town of Wayland has received major financial assistance from the state’s child care services. The Wayland Child Care Organization is receiving a total of $505,450 in the form of an Affordable Child Care Grant announced by Governor Kim Reynolds. A building for the center …

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Companies fill hyperscaler gaps for Intel’s data center business

The good news is that this surge in business and government spending happened just as hyperscalers and cloud builders — what Intel calls cloud service providers — were down 5%. They had already done much of their spending on SP Ice Lake Xeons earlier in 2021. By the way, Q4 …

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Structural problems at arts center are ‘existential threat’ to building and mission – The Suffolk News-Herald

Long-standing structural problems at the Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts threaten the health and future of the building and need to be addressed, but it won’t be able to do all it wants after the Historic Landmarks Commission rejected the choice of proposed color for the building, calling it too …

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The Dirt: Spokane County Files Permits for Multimillion-Dollar Regional Training Center, Indoor Small Arms Shooting Range in Western Plains

Spokane County and Fairchild Air Force Base are moving forward with construction of the Spokane Regional Indoor Small Arms Range in the Western Plains. Bruce Russell, design and construction manager for the Spokane County Facilities Department, submitted an environmental review to the Washington State Department of Ecology for the range …

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MARMC Small Business Program Helps Ensure Success Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center (MARMC) > Naval Sea Systems Command > Recorded News Module

The Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center’s (MARMC) Small Business Program was recognized by the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) for its contribution to exceeding the command’s small business goals, Jan. 6. For the second consecutive year, NAVSEA has been recognized by the US Navy for achieving its small business goals and …

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The transfer of the provincial administrative center is still under negotiation

The demolition of the dilapidated provincial administrative center of Negros Occidental has been blocked due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The building is still occupied by the province’s frontline physicians. (Photo added) If negotiations regarding the transfer of the new Provincial Administrative Center (PAC) to the town of Talisay fail, the …

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The JACL of the Monterey Peninsula will host a free event at the JA Heritage Center

Artist Heather Seavey with her koinobori mural at the Japanese American Heritage Center. MONTEREY – The Japanese American Citizens League of the Monterey Peninsula will be hosting a special free community event on Saturday, January 22 at the Monterey Japanese American Heritage Center and the community is invited! There will …

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McKamey Animal Center honors Betty White with special adoption offer and more

McKamey Animal Center plans to honor the memory and legacy of Betty White Jan. 18-23 by making all adoptable dogs available for a $17 adoption fee, in recognition of what would have been the 100th anniversary of the Hollywood star on January 17. MAC’s $17 Betty While Adoption week stems …

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Dealer Profile: Ben’s Contractor Center of Michigan

Open a map of Michigan, which looks like a mitten. Take a closer look and, nestled in the thumb, you’ll catch a glimpse of Marlette, pop. 8,000. It’s a farming community, where Ben’s Contractor Center serves as a one-stop-shop for everything – from pole barns to new housing, additions to …

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Mayfield Heights Council Approves Preliminary Aquatic / Community Center Plan

MAYFIELD HEIGHTS, Ohio – City Council on Monday approved preliminary plans for the new Aquatic and Community Center planned for Marsol Road, on the current site of the DeJohn Community Center. Getting the green light was a plan for a 30,733 square foot one-story building at 6306 Marsol Road. In …

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Zoning Models Could Help Navigate Downtown Form-Based Code, Council Says, Developers Says | News

Norman leaders are considering adopting a development and zoning tool that could speed up the issuance of permits and reduce the cost of infill projects. Model zoning allows designs to be pre-approved in the municipal zoning code for a parcel, which means developers only need to choose a design and …

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Richmond Raceway opens as a COVID-19 community test center on January 8

The Richmond Raceway is reopening as a COVID-19 related hub, but this time, instead of offering vaccinations, it will offer testing opportunities. The circuit is one of nine new community testing centers established across Virginia under a $ 5 million allocation announced Jan.6 by Gov. Ralph Northam. (The state will …

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Cathedral continues $ 14 million campaign for new parish center and homeless facility

Share this story Posted on January 5, 2022 at 12:01 PM Image credit above: The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception wants to build a new Donnelly Center at 11th and Broadway that would provide event space to house parish offices. (Render | SFS Architecture) The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, …

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Community center below fundraising target for accessibility project | News

About 18 months ago, the Stillwater Community Center Foundation embarked on a mission to make the community center safer and easier to access for the entire community. This is part of the Foundation’s mantra for installation: “affordable, accessible and sustainable”. A campaign to raise about $ 300,000 to reconfigure the …

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DAILY NEWSPAPER – DOWNTOWN STREET IMPROVEMENT | Legal Notice

Chino Preserve Development Corporation will receive sealed bids by 2:00 p.m. Wednesday January 26, 2022 at the Preserve Parkhouse at 15871 Main Street, Chino, CA 91708. Immediately after the close of the bidding period, all bids received for this project will be opened and read publicly. No postmark will be …

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Crews and officials celebrate the new AGC training center: CEG

Archiplex Group, based in Salt Lake City, designed both buildings. Utah’s Associated General Contractors (AGC), along with several construction crews and local officials, celebrated the completion of a new AGC training center in Salt Lake City during a groundbreaking ceremony that s ‘is held in November 2021. The project – …

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VFW Post 2207 Donates $ 2.5,000 to Fortuna Senior Center’s New Home – Times-Standard

Foreign war veterans Fortuna Post 2207 recently presented a donation of $ 2,500 to the Fortuna Senior Center. The donation to the Fortuna Senior Center’s ongoing fundraising campaign will be applied towards the construction costs of its new home at 101 Gulliksen Drive. “We very much appreciate this donation. … …

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Stennis Space Center Team Completes RS-25 Removal and Replacement Training Procedure – Picayune Item

An integrated team representing Aerojet Rocketdyne, support contractor Syncom Space Services (S3) and NASA’s Stennis Space Center recently experimented with a different kind of R&R. On October 13, team members successfully performed an unusual Remove and Replace (R&R) procedure on the nozzle of an RS-25 engine while the engine was …

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Commission accepts $ 1.8 million for Oakfuskee Conservation Center; next step in finding a contractor – LaGrange Daily News

After receiving approval from the other members of the Troup County Board of Commissioners, Commission Chairman Patrick Crews on Tuesday evening signed a $ 1.8 million grant from the Department of Natural Resources, which will be used to fund build the Oakfuskee Conservation Center. In 2019, the county applied for …

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COVID-19 monoclonal treatment available at Rockledge City Center from December 22

Homepage ” COVID-19 monoclonal treatment available at Rockledge City Center from December 22 Hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The COVID-19 testing and monoclonal antibody treatment site that began operations in August at Kiwanis Island Park on Merritt Island will officially cease operations at 5 p.m. on …

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X Studio Teen Center in progress and other Explora projects in Albuquerque

Construction in progress ExploreThe 8,000 square foot X Studio Teen Center in Albuquerque, which has been in preparation since 2019, is now facilitated by a $ 250,000 grant from Bank of America. Studio Sud-Ouest Architects and the general contractor, Construction of facilities, are the two companies in Albuquerque that are …

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Town of Harrison withdraws contractor from community center project

HARRISON, Ark. (KY3) – The Town of Harrison has decided to go ahead with the Creekside Community Center project without CDI contractors. The construction company was originally hired to manage the indoor aquatic center and the Harrison Jr. High renovation portion of the project. The city and the contractor disagreed …

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San Antonio City Council approves construction of Heritage Community Center

December 19, 2021Update: December 19, 2021 at 11:50 a.m. Heritage residents’ dream for a new community center is coming true. Courtesy of COSA and Robey Architecture Inc. San Antonio City Council paved the way for the Heritage District in the far west to get its new 17,000 square foot community …

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Mark Meadows was at the center of the storm on January 6. But only Trump could cancel it | Marc des meadows

On the morning of December 29, eight days before hundreds of Trump supporters and far-right extremists stormed the United States Capitol in arguably worst national attack on American democracy since the war Civilian, White House chief of staff Mark Meadows sent an email to the justice department chief. It was …

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GH Phipps completes Denver Freyer-Newman Center Botanical Gardens

The recently completed LEED Gold Freyer-Newman Center is the jewel and the latest chapter in a four-phase development master plan at the Denver Botanic Gardens. The master plan began in 2007 and ended with the construction of the Freyer-Newman Center in 2020. GH Phipps construction companies was the general contractor …

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Expansion of the Shepherd Center Housing Facility in Atlanta

An expansion of the Shepherd Center Housing Facility in Atlanta is planned on a 2.5-acre site at 1860 Peachtree Rd., Which was purchased for $ 20 million by Shepherd Center in 2018. The project aims to double the current accommodation units available in the facility for patients and their families, …

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Arena Pharma takes center stage with $ 6.7 billion cash buyout of Pfizers

Shares of Arena Pharmaceuticals traded 80% higher after the company announced it had agreed to be acquired by Pfizer Inc. for $ 100.00 per share in cash in a transaction valued at $ 6.7 billion. The clinical stage pharmaceutical company Arena Pharmaceuticals Inc. (ARNA: NASDAQ), today announcement that it has …

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Parsons to Develop Ground Operations Center for DARPA Blackjack Satellites

Parsons won a Small Business Innovation Research Phase 3 award for a “Prototype Blackjack Ground Operations Center” WASHINGTON – The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded Parsons a $ 10.8 million contract to prototype a ground operations center for the agency’s constellation Blackjack. The contract, announced Dec. 10, is …

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Larimer Behavioral Health Center begins construction this month – bizwest

FORT COLLINS – Construction will begin this month on the site of the new Larimer County Behavioral Health Center located at the corner of Taft Hill Road and W. Trilby Road in Fort Collins. According to information in a press release, the county said Fort Collins’ Ditesco LLC will serve …

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Data center backup generators for critical loads

Generators can be your only lifeline in the event of a power outage, so consider your options to ensure your data center generator meets your initial and future needs. The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) classifies generators in several ways depending on the amount of use: Emergency backup, which means …

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Construction underway to transform Carmike 7 theater into a conference center

Construction is progressing fast in the old Carmike Theater on Overland Avenue. Despite shipping issues, thefts and COVID-19, owner Dave Veeder is hoping the new conference center will be open as early as summer 2022. David Veeder has had many job titles throughout his life. He practiced law for years, …

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Yvonne Richardson Community Center Staff Subject to Fayetteville Budget Discussions

The center The Yvonne Richardson Community Center was named after the daughter of former Arkansas Razorbacks men’s basketball head coach Nolan Richardson. Yvonne Richardson died at age 15 after battling leukemia. To find out more about the center, visit: http://friendsofyrcc.org or http://bit.ly/fayYRCC Source: Yvonne Richardson Community Center FAYETTEVILLE – The …

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DVIDS – News – Solving ‘knotty’ problems: ONR helps launch new university center for national security innovation

According to legend, in 333 BC the Macedonian ruler Alexander the Great entered the Phrygian capital of Gordium in today’s Turkey. He encountered a chariot with its yoke tied to a pole, secured with an intricate knot – called the Gordian knot – so tightly tangled that it was impossible …

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‘It’s Almost Done’: City Engineer Provides Update on St. Joe Center Rd. And Clinton Street Construction Project

FORT WAYNE, Indiana (WANE) – In October, City of Fort Wayne officials told WANE 15 that the construction project at the intersection of St. Joe Center Road and Clinton Street would be completed by Thanksgiving. Although it’s about a week late, it looks like the project is close to being …

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Work continues on new trails at Huron County Nature Center

New Huron County nature trails have been completed and more are approaching thumbtip. The Huron County Nature Center is working on the completion of a total of five new trails within 4 miles, located a quarter of a mile east of the Nature Center building and parking lot. The first …

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Despite Falling Unemployed, Missouri Seeks Outsourcing Unemployment Call Center | State News

JEFFERSON CITY – Although Missouri’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate has returned to pre-pandemic levels, Gov. Mike Parson’s administration is looking to continue to outsource a call center to help process unemployment claims. As part of an offer proposal presented on November 23, the Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations …

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The Northgate Center lights up the world’s tallest Christmas tree, a 212-foot Douglas fir, on November 24, 1950.

On November 11, 1950, officials at the brand new Northgate Center light up the world’s largest Christmas tree. For years during the twentieth century, community boosters had held the “World’s Biggest Competitions” where anything that was grown or could be made in an extra-large size was touted as the largest. …

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$ 19 million North Bergen community center and library nearing completion

1/4 The exterior facade of the library comes closer. Photos courtesy of the municipality 2/4 The interior of the building is still moving forward. 3/4 Some interior areas are almost complete. 4/4 A rendering of what the library will look like when complete. ?? ?? × 1/4 The exterior facade …

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Vantage Data Centers Celebrates Completion of First Phoenix Campus Data Center

DENVER – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Vantage Data Centers, one of the world’s leading providers of hyperscale data center campuses, today announced the completion of its first 32MW data center in Goodyear, Arizona, just outside of Phoenix, one of the top five data center markets in the United States. will be …

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Legion Center Offers Chile Financial Support to Troops | Local News

The golden fabric bands tied around trees and the magnetic versions that were then glued to vehicles were a ubiquitous sight in wartime America for decades. The organization serving gallons of chili at the Center on Saturday has a name that is meant to remind Americans of their continued obligation …

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Burglars ransack community center and leave empty-handed

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – Surveillance video shows a pair of burglars walking through the front door of the Moiliili community center on Friday morning and ransacking the association. It happened just before 4:30 a.m. “They literally broke the lock,” said executive director Nadine Nishioka. The two suspects moved quickly and came …

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Rockefeller Group opens distribution center in Eastampton Township

The company expands its industrial development to central New Jersey November 18, 2021 Rockefeller Group, the real estate developer, owner and operator, has begun construction of a 345,600 square foot distribution center in the Township of Eastampton. The Rockefeller Group Logistics Center Eastampton will be located on a 27.64-acre parcel …

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Merit Award Higher Education / Research: University of New Haven Bergami Center for Science, Technology, & Innovation

Higher Education / Research Merit Award: University of New Haven Bergami Center for Science, Technology, & Innovation | Engineering News-Record This website requires certain cookies to function and uses other cookies to help you have the best experience. By visiting this website, some cookies have already been installed, which you …

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HPE Wins Another European HPC Center With Cray EX Plus AMD Compute

Per aspera, ad astra, an old Latin adage which means “through the effort, towards the stars”, is at the origin of the name of a hybrid supercomputer HPC and IA that the Large National Equipment of Intensive Computing (GENCI), in collaboration with the Center Informatique National de l’Enseignement Supérieur (CINES), …

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Christ / Hastings Presbyterian Academy Center of Fine Arts

Christ / Hastings Presbyterian Academy Center of Fine Arts © Steve Hall © Hall + Merrick Photographers + 25 To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/971857/christ-presbyterian-academy-fine-arts-center-hastings Zoned Area of ​​this architectural project Zoned: 45,000 sq. Ft. Year Year of completion of this architecture project Year: 2020 …

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Governor Hochul Announces $ 6.2 Million Modernization of Taconic Outdoor Education Center at Fahnestock State Park in the Hudson Valley

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the reopening of a modernized Taconic outdoor education center at Fahnestock State Park, following a two-year, $ 6.2 million renovation project. Located in Cold Spring, Putnam County, the center includes the Highland Lodge and nine rustic all-season cabins. The cabins provide overnight accommodation for participants …

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2nd Place Recreation – The Rotary Youth Center at Morrison • Daily Journal of Commerce

RECREATION The Rotary Youth Center in Morrison Submitting company: Joseph Hughes Construction Site: Portland Cost: Confidential Owner / Developer: Morrison Child and Family Services Architect: EMA architecture Engineer: Grummel Engineering Additional engineering firms: Evans Engineering and Consulting, Hunter Davisson, Sisul Engineering Other partners / consultants: Wilderness Architecture Studio General contractor …

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