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Aug. 18, 2009
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One World Trade Center is Rising
from NBC – New York
There's been progress at Ground Zero – and you can see it. Builders of the site's tallest office tower, One World Trade Center, set a 70-ton piece of steel into place this week -- the largest column installed yet at the building. Three more columns are set to go up and another 24 by the fall. More    E-mail article

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Facilities America to be Held Oct 29 - Nov 1, 2009 - Register Today!
from AFE
AFE will present Facilities America, a comprehensive conference program on the latest in facilities management topics being held in conjunction with the Carolina Industrial & Facility Maintenance Show October 29 – November 1 in Greenville, SC. Click here for more information and to register.    E-mail article

New Study Sheds Light on the Growing U.S. Wind Power Market
from Science Daily
For the fourth consecutive year, the U.S. was home to the fastest-growing wind power market in the world in 2008, according to a report released by the U.S. Department of Energy and prepared by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab). Specifically, U.S. wind power capacity additions increased by 60 percent in 2008, representing a $16 billion investment in new wind projects. More    E-mail article

White is the New 'In' Color for Roofs
from The LA Times via The Seattle Times
On bright days, the rooftop of the Anaheim Hilton Hotel is so blindingly white it looks like a mirror positioned directly at the sun. That dazzling glare might be the greenest thing to happen to the top of a building since solar panels. More    E-mail article

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Certified Plant Engineer (CPE) Online and Classroom Review Classes Now Scheduled!
from AFE
Online CPE Review: Join instructor Jim Taylor of Machinery Management Solutions for an extended review of the CPE Review Pack. This online class is double the instruction time of the traditional week-long review to allow working professionals to dedicate the appropriate time to prepare. Classes will be held from 12-2 EST. Traditional Classroom Review: To be held Sept. 19, Sept. 26, Oct. 3 and Oct. 10, 2009 in Eastern Massachusetts. For the schedule, pricing and registration, please click here. or contact Carol Lawrence at (571) 203-7238 or CLawrence@AFE.org.    E-mail article

AFE, Power Management Concepts Partner to Offer Valuable Online Courses
from AFE
AFE has partnered with Power Management Concepts (PMC) to offer its members the opportunity to gain valuable Professional Development Hours through a variety of online courses covering essential components such as generators, transfer switches, UPS and cooling systems, as well as sound engineering practices. These courses are focused on providing updated content on the challenges of reliability and resiliency of critical infrastructure. For information on how to enroll in a course, visit http://afe.powermanage.com    E-mail article

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Beirut's Tallest Tower Project Unveiled
from ArabiamBusiness.com
Lebanon’s Antonios Projects launched a new 200 meter skyscraper, which is set to be Beirut’s tallest building when completed in 2014. The 50-storey mixed use project called Sama Beirut will consist of residential, commercial and retail space, a statement said, without giving details of the value of the development. More    E-mail article

China’s Green Leap Forward
from The Christian Science Monitor
Facing dire pollution and wanting to be in on what may be the next industrial revolution, China positions itself to be a leader in green technology – with major implications for the rest of the world. More    E-mail article

 

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