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Stephanie Amaimo didn't plan on ending up in the utility sector, but here she is, vice president of investor relations at Fortis, one of the top 15 utilities in North America. This makes Amaimo a third-generation utility worker; both her father and grandfather worked for Detroit Edison (now DTE Energy Co.).
Planning ahead in construction is crucial, especially when it comes to selecting the right materials. Choosing the right material can lead to reduced costs while maintaining work quality and output. Cold-formed steel (CFS) framing has a proven track record of providing cost-effective and sustainable benefits for low and mid-rise buildings.
Resilient building design is increasingly being considered by owners and builders in communities and cities across the nation. National model building codes set the baseline for the safe design and construction of homes, schools and workplaces, providing minimum requirements to adequately safeguard the health, safety and welfare of building occupants.
Consumers and regulators around the globe are demanding improved energy efficiency and building performance from industries and companies. This is in response to both the movement to reduce building energy costs as well as the desire by building owners to market themselves as green, sustainable or high performance.
American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Standard 41-17, "Seismic Evaluation and Retrofit of Existing Buildings," provides engineers and builders with a tool to effectively evaluate and optimize the seismic performance of existing buildings.
Cold-formed steel framing has been a viable construction material for more than a century, but some professionals may not fully understand all the benefits of its use. One of the major advantages is maximizing the timeline of a building project and saving money-even during a harsh Canadian winter.
This time of year, there's much to be thankful for: friends, family, successful hunting trips, etc. Today is Giving Tuesday, which was started as a small charitable counterpart to Black Friday and Cyber Monday. On this day, many organizations are asking for your contributions to help fund habitat projects, homing dogs, and much more.
As you prepare for your first or next grouse hunt, you need to do something that you should do with any other kind of hunt, and that is to make a checklist of all of the gear items that you need. If you don't know where to start, then this article should be of some ...