Electrical Contractor Magazine

January 2014: Construction Outlook

 

If the 2013 economy were a horse race, it often trotted more than galloped.

Winners of Showstopper Awards at the 2013 NECA Show in Washington, D.C., r­epresent a broad assortme

The current economic climate in Washington, D.C., is uncertain at best.

An easy workflow delivers informative rendered results for an exterior site in AGi32
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From simple apps for mobile devices that store product data, to more sophisticated, computer-based s

A section of the tunnel from the back of the TBM

The city of Columbus, Ohio, has a problem.

The drive to use technology to improve productivity and efficiency is not limited to factories and o

On a similar plane, the evolution of digital technology has transformed almost every aspect of our l

Studies increasingly show effective lighting promotes worker productivity and satisfaction.

Lighting strategies to optimize worker performance are alive and well.


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January 2014
Running the Internet giant Google requires a lot of electricity. Industry experts claim its 13 data centers continuously draw 260 million watts. READ MORE
January 2014
Whether a dispute involves a fluidized bed boiler, a school or a home-improvement project, there are some basic tenets to always keep in mind. READ MORE
January 2014
At some properties, a single electric utility service supplies multiple buildings or structures. READ MORE
January 2014
If the healthcare industry were its own patient, a checkup would be long overdue. READ MORE
January 2014
We’ve gotten used to our local electric utilities asking us to ease up on the air conditioning and turn off unneeded lights during hot summer months. READ MORE

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