Home Tags Construction and Building
Tag: Construction and Building
SUNNYVALE, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ -- 'Remodeling isn't for everyone, and many times it could be a downright bad decision,' says author and expert Dan Fritschen, founder of Remodelormove.com. 'It's well worth your time to pause and consider what your proposed project entails, and whether the it's worth the time, energy, and money you'll end up pouring into it.'
ATLANTA, Ga. /eNewsChannels/ -- OxBlue(R), pioneers in the construction camera industry, released today several case studies demonstrating the benefits clients have experienced with the OxBlue construction camera systems. 'Construction cameras have supported this industry for some time,' stated Chandler McCormack, President of OxBlue.
Adoptions of Textbook ‘Construction Project Management – a Managerial Approach’ Accelerate for Construction Management, Architecture and Real Estate College Programs
CHICAGO, Ill., March 27, 2012 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — “Construction Project Management – a Managerial Approach” (ISBN: 978-0-9799969-1-7) sales by Pareto Publishing have increased 400 percent each semester since publication in December 2010. This text uniquely provides the integration of construction management, project management and business [...]
Textbook, Construction Project Management, wins Axion Business Book, Indie Next Generation, and International Best Book Awards
CHICAGO, Ill. /eNewsChannels/ -- Sales of the textbook 'Construction Project Management - a Managerial Approach' (ISBN: 978-0979996917) from Pareto Publishing, have increased 400 percent each semester since publication in December 2010. The text is now increasingly used in United States 2-year, 4-year and graduate university construction management, architecture and real estate programs.
Meadows Foundation for Low-Carbon Alternatives to Concrete Mixes gives $75K grant to Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems
AUSTIN, Texas /eNewsChannels/ -- Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems, the oldest continuously operating non-profit organization in the U.S. focused exclusively on green building, sustainable development and ecoBalance design, received a $75,000 grant from the Meadows Foundation, the Dallas-based philanthropic institution dedicated to helping improve the quality and circumstances of life for all Texans.
AUSTIN, Texas /eNewsChannels/ -- When searching for Austin home builders you will not find many that are locally owned, says Buffington Homes. Austin home builders primarily consist of the large public builders found in any big city USA and very few of these big builders understand Austin Texas real estate and building in central Texas.
PLP Digital Systems is expanding its Blueprint for Change program to help reprographers meet today's demands for Construction Information Management
ALEXANDRIA, Va. /eNewsChannels/ -- PLP Digital Systems is expanding its Blueprint for Change program to help reprographers meet today's demands for Construction Information Management (CIM). This four-month marketing strategy program, which piloted in 2010, is now accepting applications for the 2011 session.
Announcing the TSI Formenator: the First Android Application Created for the Mobile Installation Industry
ORLANDO, Fla. /eNewsChannels/ -- Team TSI, LLC, a National Installation Contractor, announces an industry first, the TSI Formenator(TM). This is the first Android application geared towards the mobile fleet installation business. The application is built on the widely used Android platform.
Preferred Seating Co. is creating new designs for high-quality stadium and theater seats through a partnership with three Midwest manufacturers
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. /eNewsChannels/ -- In a U.S. economy that needs a boost, Preferred Stadium and Theater Seating and Preferred Seating Designs are excited to announce that they will be creating new designs for high-quality stadium and theater seats through a partnership with three Midwest manufacturers.
AUSTIN, Texas /eNewsChannels/ -- As more and more wind turbines are erected across the open plains, farmlands, and mountain ridges of the United States, the need for ironworkers with specialized construction skills has naturally grown, says the Iron Workers Union. Ask anyone knowledgeable about wind energy, and you'll quickly learn that the latest 'green' technology is nothing new to union ironworkers.