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  1. ORIX USA And Lancaster Pollard Synergies Complement Brickmont Construction Financing Project

    Less than a year after ORIX Corporation USA (ORIX USA) acquired Lancaster Pollard, the two companies displayed the synergies of the acquisition with the closing of a $16.7 million construction financing. The transaction leveraged Lancaster Pollard’s expertise in seniors and health care housing and ORIX USA’s expertise in municipal and infrastructure financing to support the construction of Brickmont John’s Creek, a 120-unit assisted living (AL) and memory care (MC) facility in John’s Creek, Georgia,

  2. Dude Solutions Introduces Community Development Software For Government

    Dude Solutions, the leading software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider of operations management solutions, today adds SmartGov™ to the company’s new suite of community development software

  3. Village Of New Maryland Installs Smart Off-Grid Lighting From Clear Blue Technologies International

    Clear Blue Technologies International Inc. (“Clear Blue”), the Smart Off-Grid company, announced recently that the Village of New Maryland in New Brunswick has installed 13 Illumient solar-powered street lights

  4. City Of New Orleans Department Of Public Works Selects The Stantec Team For The Blue & Green Corridors In The Gentilly Resilience District

    Stantec Consulting Services, Inc. has been selected by the City of New Orleans to provide planning, design, engineering, and community engagement for an innovative resilience project in the city’s Gentilly Resilience District, reflecting New Orleans’ new “living with water” approach to water management

  5. APWA Awards City Of Minneapolis, SEH With 2018 Project Of The Year

    Short Elliott Hendrickson (SEH) and the City of Minneapolis have been honored with the American Public Works Association’s (APWA) prestigious 2018 Project of the Year Award (Transportation category, $25-75M) as a result of their collaboration during the City’s Nicollet Mall Redesign and Reconstruction

  6. NIC Inc. And Glacier National Park Partner To Offer Electronic Entrance Passes

    Glacier National Park has partnered with digital government services provider NIC Inc. to offer electronic entrance passes to visitors through YourPassNow, a digital marketplace that makes it easy and convenient for visitors to purchase passes and permits to public lands online

  7. PG&E Adds New Heavy-Lift Helicopters to Support Utility Infrastructure Projects And Enhance Wildfire Safety

    Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has secured two heavy-lift helicopters as part of the company’s new Community Wildfire Safety Program. The primary purpose of the new helicopters is to help PG&E do day-to-day work in remote and hard to reach places across its 70,000-square mile service area. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: These new heavy-lift helicopters are part of the many steps PG&E has taken under its

  8. TRX Systems Enhances 3D Mapping And Indoor Location Within Complex Buildings And Other GPS-Denied Environments With Release Of NEON 10

    TRX Systems, developer of NEON® Indoor Location Solutions, today announced the release of NEON 10, the newest version of TRX’s industry-leading 3D location and mapping solution for GPS-denied environments.

  9. EarthCam Announces Integration With Autodesk BIM 360, Brings Construction Webcams, 360° VR Imagery And Environmental Data Into A Common Platform

    EarthCam, the construction camera technology leader, has partnered with Autodesk, a leader in 3D design, engineering and construction management software, to integrate high-quality construction camera content and 360° VR photography into their user platform.

  10. Current By GE Partners With Nokia To Unleash Smart City Technology Across Canada

    Nokia is teaming up with Current, powered by GE to bring cutting edge smart city technology to cities across Canada. The two companies have announced a commercial partnership that will help Canadian cities improve operational infrastructure and expand new services to citizens