Our suite of intelligent Citysage solutions watch, analyze, and report from remote locations so that organizations can manage sites effectively. Some of these reports, like those on tide water levels, can be combined and validated against external data sources to create forecast models. When alert conditions are reached, our smart systems can give organizations a timely heads up by sending email and/or phone alerts.
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Machinists make precision parts by shaping metal and other materials with lathes, milling machines, grinders and drills to create a final, smooth, polished product. Machining is an important part of the metal manufacturing process, usually the last step in producing a forged or cast metal product.
It can be confusing for the occasional buyer to make sense of the range of legislation that might affect them. Often, the requirements seem more onerous than they are: waivers are available for many of our unique products.
When choosing between Jersey barriers and bollards, it’s important to consider the speed, type of traffic, and likely crash pattern.
What’s a supply chain managers salary? What’s the job outlook for logisticians? What’s the difference between a buyer and a procurement agent? We look at different supply chain jobs—comparing wages, job opportunities, and future potential.
When politicians talk about infrastructure, we often think of transportation and energy systems. Public buildings also support a community’s economic and social development. What should we consider when creating public buildings as an infrastructure investment?
We look at the numbers that demonstrate the growth and opportunity in the architectural field. Check out architect salary by state and region and see where the jobs are.
Choosing between hard-wired vs. solar light bollards? Read about the pros and cons of each approach to outdoor lighting—installed to enhance the safety, security, and look of your site at night.