March Issue 2001

 


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| March 2001
At the beginning of 2000, industry forecasters from McGraw-Hill predicted increases in virtually all segments of electrical construction, except for the residential and office

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| March 2001
Wireless products are in the mainstream. Wireless, hands-free, and remote control capabilities are a way of life—one consumers know and expect.

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Unlike an electrical apprentice, who follows a finite curriculum and training termination, estimators have no such benchmarks.

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“It isn’t what you have, it’s what you do with it,” is an axiom that is used in speaking of many things, but it applies particularly to Pat Rummerfield, who last year set a ne

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| March 2001
In this PDF file, The Magic of Three, Richard P. Bingham explains that ”the number three has significance in geometry,science ,theology, sports, and even power quality."

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