January 2012: The Construction Outlook

 

Energy projects currently underway across the United states reflect several trends—new construction in...

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| January 2012
During the past few years, many corporations focused on downsizing their staff to control costs as the economy slowed to a snail’s pace.

| January 2012
As the popularity of electric vehicles (EVs) begins to grow, so will the opportunities for electrical contractors. In fact, the two are a natural pairing.

| January 2012
The power quality phenomena categories in IEEE Standard 1159 2009, “Recommended Practice for Monitoring Electric Power Quality,” are often used to define what to look for, ho

| January 2012
It would be nice to think that, with all of the collective expertise and creativity of engineers and architects, most of the problems related to energy efficiency in building

| January 2012
A new year has begun. A lot of old challenges remain, and new ones are sure to emerge.

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