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NAUSNational Association of Uniformed Services
NAUSNeuroscience Association for Undergraduate Students (Toronto, Canada)
NAUSNational Archives of the United States (now National Archives and Records Administration)
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Naus is president of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (I.B.E.W.), Local 237, and works for CIR Electrical.
The recent Norampac tax incentive deal that the IDA approved, while seeing many out of state workers on the construction site, also resulted in substantial work for Naus' union.
Ronan Mellett, chief executive of Dub-lin-based Naus Group, said he was confident of raising finance for the new hotel venture and stressed that it was difficulties at Allied Irish Bank which precipitated the collapse of Connaught Square.
"They continued the original partnership," Naus says, "and essentially formed the present operation."
Andy Tollett, Naus UK's chief executive, believes Connaught Square will kick-start the next phase of Digbeth's regeneration.
Naus has submitted a planning application for the site, called Connaught Square, with proposals for 631 new apartments, a 180-bed hotel, shops, offices, bars and restaurants, creating around 800 new jobs.
To this end, Naus has invested more than pounds 50,000 on feasibility studies designed to identify the best way to re-establish public access to the waterway.
Council planners have told Naus to create an Irish Quarter which will attract both visitors and investment to Birmingham.
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The link goes to a video that is a truly creative means to get people talking about the NAU, and to get them to visit JBS.org/nau, which is a storehouse of NAU info and links.