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FHA, Utah DOT approve West Davis Corridor highway project

The proposed West Davis Corridor highway project in Utah inched closer to reality after the Federal Highway Administration (FHA) and the state department of transportation (DOT) approved the plan. West Davis Corridor will span for 19 miles from Legacy Parkway through

From Active Duty to Franchise Owners: Business Opportunities Abound for Military Veterans

In the next few years, more than one million veterans, according to a CNBC report, will transition out of active duty. After serving the country, however, finding meaningful work can be a struggle. Ex-service men and women may experience difficulty in
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Why It Makes Sense to Start a Commercial Lawn Care Business?

Eighty percent of contractors describe the landscaping market as “very healthy,” this according to The Landscape Management Industry Pulse Report 2014 conducted by the National Association of Landscape Professionals. A survey by the Harris Poll, meanwhile, reveals that 67% of Americans

RIBA Announces Short List of Designs For 2017 RIBA Stirling Prize

Six architectural projects compete to be named the best building in the UK for 2017, according to the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). For the 22nd year, RIBA will choose one recipient of Stirling Prize based on several criteria, such as design vision,

What to Know When Hiring a Carbon Steel Pipe Supplier

Carbon steel pipes are being used in most of the residential and commercial projects today due to its outstanding properties. These pipes are the best materials for transporting treated or heated water, especially for industrial use. The challenging task, however, is

Healthy Water Storage Tanks for the Food Processing Industry

Industrial water storage tanks are built for versatility and volume. This seems reasonable since most of the industrial grade water use case scenarios that are quite tolerant. Only a few production lines will be upset by not so pure water. Some,

3 Ways to Get the Most From Your Metal Pressing

Metal pressing rides on the principle of economies of scale. It could be the best option for a large production, as you will get more products with the same quality at reduced costs. On top of the forming process, you can enjoy customised

Australia Proposes Rules to Address Energy Security

The Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) has floated several proposed regulations to address the risks associated with an increased reliance on renewable energy. It remains uncertain at this point whether the rules would affect the supply and price of fuel tankers for

Food Label Requirements Fuel Intense Debate in New Zealand

A proposal to place custom food labels on single-ingredient products such as fruits and vegetables caused an intense debate in New Zealand. The issue stemmed from a bill that would require the certain class of consumables to have labels stating their

Safely Transport Flammable Substances with These Tips

As the population grows, so does the demand for petroleum products. Tanker ferrying the much-needed fuel to various corners of the country is a common sight along the highways. While most tankers, such as a transportable diesel tank, get to their