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Virgin Islands Waste Management Authority

Tourism represents an important part of the U.S. Virgin Islands’ economy, so it is essential that the islands maintain their beauty. The Virgin Islands Waste Management Authority (VIWMA) plays an important...
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Toyo-Thai Corp. Public Co. Ltd. – Capitol SkyMine

Capturing carbon from industrial emissions is supposed to reduce the possible effects of carbon on climate change, and Toyo-Thai Corp. is at the forefront of the engineering, procurement and construction...
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Southland Contracting Inc. – West Ashley Tunnel Project Phase V

In South Carolina, Charleston Water System is replacing its network of deep tunnels that carry sewage to the Plum Island Wastewater Treatment Plant. The project began in 1999 and is now in the fifth phase. “The...
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South Carolina Ports Authority/U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Port of Charleston

Generating more than $45 billion each year in economic activity and providing thousands of jobs to the region, the Port of Charleston in Charleston, S.C., is one of the most important deepwater ports on...
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Gradient Resources – Patua Geothermal Plant

Nevada-based Gradient Resources kicked off operations in January of the first phase of its Patua Geothermal Plant – an accomplishment that took years in the making. Back in March 2011, the vertically...
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Overaa Construction - Sacramento Water Treatment Plants Rehabilitation

Overaa Construction's commitment to teamwork and history of successful projects throughout Northern California make it ideal to perform a massive overhaul to two water treatment plants in the state's capital...
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Northeast Oklahoma Public Facilities Authority

The Northeast Oklahoma Public Facilities Authority (NOPFA) has evolved significantly since it was established as a state trust in 1958. Having installed its first gas lines in 1962 and starting out with...
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National Grid

Modernizing its transmission system and finding ways to help customers use less energy are high priorities for National Grid. “We are one of the leaders in the United States with regard to energy efficiency,”...
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Midland Cogeneration Venture

When the Midland Cogeneration Venture (MCV) began operation in Midland, Mich., in 1990, it was the largest gas-fired steam recovery power plant in the world. Other facilities may have taken the world-largest...
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McKenney's Inc.

Every industry is different and has its own operational demands, but the one underlying commonality of facility operators is the need for buildings to function properly. As a full-service mechanical contractor...
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Protect Your Investment

Wind turbine condition monitoring systems have continued to evolve with the growth of the wind power industry and are now considered the de facto standard for supporting wind turbine operation and maintenance...
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Be Prepared

Nuclear Security is one of the greatest challenges facing the world today, but it is one that also mirrors the security challenges found in other industries, most certainly the energy sector. All security...
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Combined Strength

New reservoir exploration technologies, heightened oversight requirements and a plethora of third-party contractors combine to make the upstream sector of the oil and gas industry increasingly complex....
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Leveraging Smart Grid Information

Even if you don’t fully understand what the “smart grid” is, no doubt you have heard the term. It could be argued that the smart grid is the result of a technological evolution within the electricity...
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Rich in Renewables

Chile, Mexico and Brazil are turning to renewable energy to build a more sustainable future. But the policies that support renewable energy must themselves be sustainable.  Chile needs power – its...
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A Five-Step Plan for a Successful Environmental Cleanup

The frequency of spills has steadily escalated over the past decades, increasing from 2,900 barrels of oil and other toxic chemicals spilled in 1980 to more than 4,400 barrels in 1990. In the United States...
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Temple of Power

In fall 2012, construction began on Panda Power Funds’ Temple I Power Project located in the Synergy Industrial Park in Temple, Texas. When the power station comes online in 2014, it will spread across...
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High Noon in the 7th Circuit

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit will soon have its second opportunity to weigh in on the attempt by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to spread the costs of high-voltage...
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South America's Landscape

South America’s role and importance in the global oil and gas puzzle is quickly changing – and the region is once again attracting considerable global attention. Whether the interest lies on the...
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One Hand Washes The Other

While most jurisdictions within Latin America and the Caribbean – with the exception of Brazil and Costa Rica – have based their electric generation asset portfolio around fossil fuels, renewable energy...
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