AENG

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AENGAdditional Engineering
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"With this additional engineering capacity, we can better respond to our customers' needs, particularly during the pre-construction phase of projects," adds Vice President, Operations Tom Newton.
a contract to provide $12.4 million of additional engineering design, mapping, right-of-way and surveying services for the second phase of a natural gas pipeline replacement and upsizing project in North Carolina.
Dense concrete options have a high installed weight, often requiring additional engineering considerations and are susceptible to deterioration if not correctly maintained.
The company has already taken on additional engineering support staff to meet the growing demand for its services and is now recruiting for up to five new posts, including software developers and programmers.
The Diamond is the University's largest-ever investment in teaching and learning, with Engineering at Sheffield expecting to welcome 1600 additional engineering students and 400 extra staff by 2020.
The firm said it had brought in additional engineering experience during the period to strengthen its development team.
The additional engineering costs with Morrison Hershfield totaled $695,190.
"The good range of additional engineering qualifications meets the needs of learners and local employers particularly well."
Hopp earned a degree in Construction Engineering Technology from Iowa Western College and completed additional engineering coursework at the University of Nebraska.
The company stated that it needs the additional engineering capacity as part of its plan to launch the Atlantic, which will be priced at about half the MSRP of the Karma.
Dell also plans to keep Force10′s existing operations in Chennai, India, as it continues to invest in additional engineering and sales capability to grow this business.
Dell said it plans to invest in additional engineering and sales capability at Ocarina, and has no plans to move the operation.
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