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Simultaneous campus projects enlist duct liner to promote an

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Quiet coordination Since each of the new projects is separately funded, two engineering firms were assigned to the tasks. Hankins and Anderson, Inc. (Richmond, VA) had handled the first phase
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Grease ducts a big hit for Mud Hens

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After 65 years of great minor league baseball at Ned Skeldon Stadium, the Toledo Mud Hens franchise moved to a brand-new, 10,000-seat, $39.2 million stadium in downtown Toledo, OH. A
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Boiler retrofit helps steam lobsters--not patrons

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Maintaining a heating system for a commercial building is of major importance, especially when the comfort of the buildings' patrons relies on it. However, sometimes the heating system has more
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New water heater breaks cold snap in Wrigley locker room

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Hearing "Striiiiike three!" called, eating hot dogs and popcorn, listening to the crack of the bat, and participating in the seventh inning stretch - all are important facets of the
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Maintenance software smooths Rockies resort operation

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Don't let the name fool you. The YMCA of the Rockies is not a building, it's an organization that owns and operates camp/resort/convention facilities in the mountains near Denver. With
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Mine "strikes it rich" with self-sufficient fire safety system

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"By any standards, it's a desolate place for a mine," says Apolinar Guzman, a construction industry veteran who works for general contractor Bechtel International Corporation as project manager for the
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Flexible piping reduces installation stress

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The Golden Door(r) Spa, one of the largest and most luxurious facilities of its kind in North America, offers a wide assortment of amenities to attract visitors from around the
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Hospital system performs successful hvac transplant

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North Broward Hospital District (NBHD) in Fort Lauderdale, the largest public hospital system in Florida, is aware of the economic pressures that face the health care industry today. The non-profit
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Portable system keeps hospital off critical list

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During the miracle of a heart transplant, the surgical team must keep all of the patient's vital organs working properly in order for the operation to succeed. On a less
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Fabric dunks metal in pool environment

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Only six years after the city of Raleigh, NC, built the 39,000-sq-ft Pullen Aquatic Center, the rust flakes falling from stainless steel ceiling ducts caused the city to shut down
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