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FirstEnergy to Build $37 million Center for Advanced Energy Technology in Akron
News article by Jennifer Conn, Akron reporter, cleveland.com
The center will directly support FirstEnergy's efforts to design and build a smarter energy infrastructure."
Cleveland Athletic Club Conversion
This article by Karin Connelly Rice, Fresh Water reports on CEA members Joe DiGeronimo, vice president of Precision Environmental, and Don Taylor and Welty Building Company, along with other partners acquired the club.
We’ve been in construction/demolition mode for the last year,” says DiGeronimo. “...
University Hospitals Increases Economic Impact in Ohio by $3 Billion
By Ginger Christ, The Plain Dealer
Heidi Gartland, vice president of government and community relations for UH, attributes the increase to the hospitals' growth, acquisitions and efforts to buy and hire locally."
Amazing Experiments with 3D Print Intricate Bionic Structures Out of Concrete
Written by David, www.3ders.org
The most recent developments have come from the Technical University of Munich, where researchers have been experimenting with a number of different concrete AM processes, the most promising of which is the relatively new '‘selective binding'’ approach."...
CEA Affilicate Member, Frantz Ward is Recipient of 2017 Medical Mutual Pillar SHARE Award for Community Service
Frantz Ward was recognized as the 2017 Medical Mutual Pillar Award’s SHARE Award recipient for efforts in community service.
The SHARE Award is presented to one company annually that best exemplifies employee-driven community service, philanthropy, and volunteerism."
December 2017 BWC Safety Update
Beginning this month CEA will post the monthly BWC "Safety Updates" from the BWC Library.
Expanding the level of safety knowledge and resources to Ohio employers!"
'Go Build' Campaign to Launches National Website
Written by Jim Parsons, ENR
Go Build America, an industry-driven, image-building program set to launch nationally in December, aims to succeed where those other initiatives have fallen short."
Civil Rights Transportation Symposium Scholarship
In celebration of the Ohio Department of Transportation’s 2nd Annual Civil Rights Transportation Symposium, (3) Three $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to (3) individual students currently enrolled in a post high school education focusing in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics) related fields. The Civil Rights...
U.S. Ports Warn that Tax Bill May Raise Project Costs
According an article in The Maritime Executive, The American Association of Port Authorities is worried that Congress’ ongoing tax reform plans could have a profound effect on financing for port infrastructure projects.
The House version of the Republican tax reform package – which was approved by the full House this week...
What to Expect from Frank Jackson's Fourth Term
As written by Cleveland Crain's reporter, Jay Miller
Frank Jackson says campaigning for his fourth term as mayor of Cleveland this fall convinced him that he made the right decision to run again."
Frank Jackson says campaigning for his fourth term as mayor of Cleveland...