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first_imgLocated on Oahu’s Mokapu Peninsula, Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay is home to more than 10,000 Marines, 2,000 sailors, 4,000 family members and 1,400 civilian employees. The base’s position in the Pacific makes it an ideal location for strategic deployment to the Western Pacific.The command’s mission is to provide facilities, programs and services in direct support of units, individuals and families to enhance and sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations aboard MCB Hawaii.Marine Corps Base Hawaii is one of the Pacific bases within Marine Corps Installations Pacific. MCIPAC is commanded by a Marine major general and headquartered at Camp Foster, Japan and includes two subordinated commands — Headquarters Battalion and Marine Corps Air Station Kaneohe Bay.last_img read more

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PAGE(802) 334-6988 Vermont Business Magazine Today Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos announced the official results of the Vermont Primary Elections held on Tuesday, August 14. Vote totals and winners for all statewide offices were certified today by Secretary Condos and a designee from each of Vermont’s three major parties. Vote totals and winners for County office, State Senate, and State Representative were canvassed at the town and county level.Official election results for the August 14th Primary Election can be viewed online at the Secretary of State’s website.(link is external)“My office and Elections Division staff have been working around the clock alongside Municipal Clerks and local election workers to ensure a smooth election, and I am proud of our work” said Secretary Condos. “We have taken considerable steps in the past several years to improve access for voters, decrease roadblocks, and make our system of administering elections effective and efficient, and I think this year’s higher than expected turnout, and lack of any major issues, is real evidence of that.”Vermont elections were recently ranked 1st overall in the country on the MIT Election Data & Science Lab’s Election Performance Index.“I want to congratulate all of the candidates who have won their elections, and thank every individual willing to step up, engage in our civic process, and run for office” said Secretary Condos. “Now make sure to get out and vote on November 6th. Remember, your vote is your voice!” ORL-2STATE REPRESENTATIVEDEMOCRATIC63640.77YSAM YOUNG(802) 321-0365YORL-CALSTATE REPRESENTATIVEDEMOCRATIC36323.27YDANIELLE COTE SUKKAEW(206) 914-9022 CHI-4-2STATE REPRESENTATIVEREPUBLICAN (Write-in)2711.39YJESSICA BRUMSTED ASHLEY A. 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HOWARD(802) 236-4477YRUT-5-3STATE REPRESENTATIVEDEMOCRATIC22191.70YWILLIAM NOTTE(802) 779-6369 FRA-5STATE REPRESENTATIVEDEMOCRATIC25929.43YDANIEL NADEAU(802) 868-5179 ADD-4STATE REPRESENTATIVEDEMOCRATIC86528.16YCALEB ELDER(802) 373-6564 WAS-1STATE REPRESENTATIVEDEMOCRATIC (Write-in)474.82YJ. GUY ISABELLE CALSTATE SENATORDEMOCRATIC1352711.97YTIM ASHE(802) 318-0903YCHISTATE SENATORDEMOCRATIC1288611.40YVIRGINIA “GINNY” LYONS(802) 863-6129YCHISTATE SENATORDEMOCRATIC107279.49YMICHAEL SIROTKIN(802) 999-4360YCHISTATE SENATORDEMOCRATIC107019.47YDEBBIE INGRAM(802) 879-0054YCHISTATE SENATORDEMOCRATIC103029/12/2018YPHIL BARUTH(802) 503-5266YCHISTATE SENATORDEMOCRATIC90297.99YCHRISTOPHER A. 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STEVENS(802) 485-6448 CHI-8-1STATE REPRESENTATIVEDEMOCRATIC49631.55YTANYA VYHOVSKY(857) 233-3672 RUT-WDR-2STATE REPRESENTATIVEDEMOCRATIC41528.98YDENISE MACMARTIN(802) 485-7491 WAS-1STATE REPRESENTATIVEDEMOCRATIC825.73 PAUL FLINT(802) 479-2360 CAL-2STATE REPRESENTATIVEREPUBLICAN35041.18YSCOTT BECK(802) 274-0201YCAL-3STATE REPRESENTATIVEREPUBLICAN28133.06YBRENDAN HUGHES(802) 748-7826 ORA-1STATE REPRESENTATIVEDEMOCRATIC32587.37YSARAH COPELAND HANZAS(802) 222-4064YORA-2STATE REPRESENTATIVEDEMOCRATIC30983.29YCHIP CONQUEST(802) 757-3803YORA-CALSTATE REPRESENTATIVEDEMOCRATIC67039.93YJAY HOOPER(802) 299-6371YORA-WAS-ADDSTATE REPRESENTATIVEDEMOCRATIC49129.26YLARRY SATCOWITZ(802) 728-4105 ADD-1STATE REPRESENTATIVEDEMOCRATIC54385.65YPETER CONLON(802) 349-7247YADD-2STATE REPRESENTATIVEDEMOCRATIC76741.06YDIANE LANPHER(802) 877-2230YADD-3STATE REPRESENTATIVEDEMOCRATIC72838.97YMATT BIRONG(802) 877-2772    GOVERNORDISTRICTS REPORTING: 275/275 WDH-4STATE REPRESENTATIVEDEMOCRATIC59986.81YEMILY LONG(802) 365-7360YWDH-5STATE REPRESENTATIVEDEMOCRATIC26884.54YJOHN GANNON(802) 464-4327YWDH-6STATE REPRESENTATIVEDEMOCRATIC (Write-in)277/12/2018YKELLY PAJALA ORL-2STATE REPRESENTATIVEDEMOCRATIC (Write-in)384/2/2018YWOODMAN PAGE ORL-CALSTATE REPRESENTATIVEREPUBLICAN27989.71YMARK HIGLEY(802) 744-6379 ADD-4STATE REPRESENTATIVEDEMOCRATIC29077.33YBARBARA WILSON(802) 897-5430 CAL-4STATE REPRESENTATIVEREPUBLICAN17480.93YTERRY MOULTROUP(802) 434-4561last_img read more

first_imgInternational property and construction consultancy firm, Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB), has released its latest Quarterly Cost Report (QCR) for North America. With data current to January 1, 2019 and featuring construction cost information on 14 markets, it provides a statistical view of the state of the construction industry.Upon publication of the QCR, Julian Anderson, FRICS, FAACE, President of RLB North America, said, “According to our report, there are many markets currently at or near the top of the construction-activity cycle. Denver, Portland, Phoenix, Toronto, and Seattle are peaking, with Los Angeles, New York, Boston, San Francisco, and Las Vegas at the threshold of that zone.” Sector survey: The report also takes a look at indicative construction costs for 15 building typologies in each market, citing the high/low hard costs per square foot in eight major sectors. This data can form the basis of compelling comparisons of cost across regions and/or sectors. Sectors surveyed include housing (multi-family and single-family), retail (strip and central configurations), office (prime and secondary), hospitality (three- and five-star hotels), hospitals, warehousing, parking (ground level and basement facilities), and the full range of education projects, from kindergarten through college.Market highlights• RLB reports that from January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2018, U.S. national average increase in construction costs was approximately 5.73%• Chicago (7.61%), Portland (7.13%), San Francisco (6.73%), Phoenix (6.70%), Washington DC (6.51%), and Seattle (6.48%) are the markets that showed the greatest annual cost escalations• Las Vegas (5.41%), Honolulu (4.86%), New York (4.54%), Boston (4.42%), Los Angeles (4.40%), and Denver (4.02%) experienced below-average annual cost increases• In Canada, construction costs significantly increased year over year. Construction costs in Calgary increased 7.29% and Toronto’s increase was 9.47% Key fiscal barometers• The U.S. Gross Domestic Product closed out 2018 at 2.6%, down from the mid-year peak of 4.2%• At 50.4, the Architectural Billings Index remains in positive territory while indicating a slight decline in growth for architectural firms• Following the cyclical trend of higher unemployment rates in the construction industry during the winter season, construction unemployment stands at 5.1% Read the complete QCR report here.last_img read more

first_imgThe New York Times:Parents and policy makers have become obsessed with getting young children to learn more, faster. But the picture of early learning that drives them is exactly the opposite of the one that emerges from developmental science.In the last 30 years, the United States has completed its transformation to an information economy. Knowledge is as important in the 21st century as capital was in the 19th, or land in the 18th. In the same 30 years, scientists have discovered that even very young children learn more than we once thought possible. Put those together and our preoccupation with making children learn is no surprise.…Experimental studies show that even the youngest children are naturally driven to imitate. Back in 1988, Andrew Meltzoff of the University of Washington did a study in which 14-month-olds saw an experimenter do something weird — she tapped her forehead on top of a box to make it light up. A week later, the babies came back to the lab and saw the box. Most of them immediately tried to tap their own foreheads on the box to make the light go on.Read the whole story: The New York Times More of our Members in the Media >last_img read more

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first_imgClaxton, an Acteon company, has been awarded a contract with Statoil to supply conductor and internal centralizers to a minimum of 14 wells on the Gina Krog development, offshore Norway. The contract was finalised in December 2014, and first delivery is scheduled for March 2015. Claxton is responsible for the design, fabrication, testing and installation of the units.Vegard Dale, business development manager, Claxton, said, “Winning this order reinforces our position as the premier supplier of centralizers in the North Sea and underlines our capacity to understand new challenges and devise solutions.”Conductor centralizers form the interface between the platform jacket and well conductor, assuring vital integrity over the working life of the conductor.Working out of bases in the UK, Norway, Singapore and Dubai, Claxton has provided engineering across the life of field for three decades with a focus on risers, decommissioning and structures.[mappress mapid=”1361″]last_img read more

first_imgSwiss electricity and energy services provider Alpiq has won a contract to provide building technology for Siemens’ new offshore wind turbine production facility in Cuxhaven, Germany.The Heitkamp GmbH and Ballast Nedam construction consortium has awarded Alpiq with the CHF 44 million (EUR 41 million) contract for planning and implementation of the entire building technology.The contract covers the planning and implementation of the building technology equipment, which includes the installation of the sanitary facilities, heating, ventilation, electrical engineering, elevator systems, sprinklers, the measuring, control and regulating technology as well as the outside facilities.Alpiq expects to plan and implement the technical building equipment, including the building automation and the commissioning, by June 2017. The new production facility in Cuxhaven will commence production in mid-2017.The heart of the production facilities, the first of its kind for Siemens in Germany, is formed by the 320 metres long, 160 metres wide and 30.5 metres high manufacturing building. In this building, Siemens will connect generators, hubs and nacelle back-ends to assemble nacelles for offshore wind turbines.One of the challenges of this complex large-scale project is the coordination of the building technology under immense time pressure. Also, the weather conditions at the construction site, situated right next to the Elbe estuary on the North Sea, place special demands on the project, Alpiq said.last_img read more

first_imgBuilding caught up with Robin Nicholson, senior partner at Cullinan Studio and chairman of The Edge, at Ecobuild this week.Nicholson expressed his support for our green for growth campaign , in particular the aim to get the government to reinstate the commitment to display energy certificates for commercial buildings. He explained: “If you have the data, people can start pressurising the performance of buildings. Without it, you can’t do anything”.He emphasised the fact that the leaders in the property sector are all behind the initative, and that the industry needs regulating.last_img read more

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