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Leonard’s Express leases all-electric refrigerated trailers (access required)

Farmington-based Leonard’s Express has entered an agreement with eNow Inc. to lease two eNow electric Transport Refrigeration Units (TRU). One eNow Rayfrigeration trailer is all-electric and features a Carrier Vector 8100 reefer unit. The second, also electric powered but with ...

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Construction trades continue efforts to replenish the workforce (access required)

When an infrastructure bill finally is passed by Congress and money is doled out for upgrades to roadways, bridges and various other projects across the country, the question then becomes: will there be enough workers to fill needed construction positions?

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Monroe County seeks public input on use of federal funds (access required)

Monroe County has launched two initiatives meant to ensure short- and long-term growth and stability, and wants public input on how $144 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds should be spent. Bring Back Monroe is the county’s agenda ...

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Survey shows pay lags for women, minorities in civil engineering (access required)

The median annual salary for civil engineers continued to climb, but minorities and women earn significantly less than males, according to the 2021 American Society of Civil Engineers Salary Report. Median pre-tax pay was $119,000, an increase of $10,000 over ...

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Erdman Anthony expands with acquisition of Mid-Atlantic firm (access required)

Erdman Anthony, the multidisciplinary engineering firm headquartered in Rochester, has expanded into Virginia and Maryland with the acquisition of Dwyer Engineering. Dwyer Engineering was founded in 1981 and provides mechanical, electrical, plumbing and refrigeration engineering to food store, restaurant, retail ...

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Gleaning inspiration from urban developments in smaller cities (access required)

In college, I remember a professor telling a studio full of aspiring architects that traveling was an essential part of being an architect. The reason being, she stated, was that it contributed to a designer’s collective experience of places, a mental catalogue of sorts. Of ...

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Ravindra had structured plan for growth for Ravi Engineering (access required)

When designing a building or a bridge, every detail must be exact, every measurement precise. There can be no surprises, no ad-libbing. Life, however, doesn’t work that way, as Nagappa Ravindra will attest. When he completed his bachelor’s degree in ...

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Frontier Airlines to add service to Tampa (access required)

Frontier Airlines is slated to add a new destination from the Frederick Douglass Greater Rochester International Airport. Beginning Nov. 30, Frontier will offer nonstop service to Tampa International Airport four times weekly on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. Return service ...

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Inner Loop North project one step closer to reality (access required)

The Inner Loop North Transformation Project could finally move forward as a result of legislation passed by the House of Representatives. The project was submitted as part of this year’s Surface Transportation Member Designated Projects and would expand on the ...

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Schumer in Genesee County to tout STAMP, green energy investments (access required)

U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer visited Genesee County on Wednesday to tout his two-pronged plan to establish the Western New York Science & Technology Advanced Manufacturing Park (STAMP) as a domestic hub for the semiconductor and clean energy industries. Schumer said ...

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Canal Corp. extends public comment period for canal embankment plan (access required)

The public comment period on the Draft Generic Environmental Impact Statement (DGEIS) for the state Canal Corp.’s Earthen Embankment Integrity Program will be extended to October 15, 2021, the organization said Monday. “The Canal Corp. is committed to a public ...

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Greenlight ramps up expansion to meet demand (access required)

As Greenlight Networks celebrated its 10th anniversary last week, founder and CEO Mark Murphy looked back at the humble beginnings for the high-speed internet provider. “I started at my kitchen table,” he said. “I was answering the phone. I was ...

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Andluca thinks it has developed a better glass system (access required)

Andluca Technologies, a Princeton University spin-out, has developed UV-solar-powered smart glass to improve the energy efficiency, resiliency, and security of buildings. The company is one of 10 finalist companies with optics, imaging, and photonics-enabled technologies that is working with NextCorps’ Luminate NY accelerator as part of its ...

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