Tag: engineer
April 6, 2022
What did a certificate of AWS do for your career?

Larger enterprises that need specific cloud-based skills are generally committed to keys from specific service providers like AWS. These enterprises have various skills that get updated from time to time. Therefore, it's important to keep yourself updated to boost your career in AWS. And AWS Certificate will add a point to your resume. So, what's […]

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March 23, 2022
Be Careful While Buying a Property from Public Auction

When an individual successfully bid for one unmodernised building in the town of Renfrewshire, he believed he had landed the bargain. The Victorian residential property neglected the Firth of the individual in a good-looking component of the community, and the auction brochure proclaimed the repossessed ground-floor level an "interesting development possibility for a house or […]

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March 21, 2022
Steps Involved in Filing Insurance Claims with a Public Adjuster

Miami is one of the best places to live and work. There are about 454,279 residents in Miami, with a median age of 40.1. But it's also a place known for natural disasters. Hurricanes are a common occurrence here, and when they hit, it's essential to have a plan in place. No one ever plans […]

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February 23, 2022
Checklist for Concrete Pre-Pouring: 5 Steps to Properly Prepare for a Pour

    Source When we talk about construction materials, many people prefer concrete for its resilient attributes. When we talk about pouring concrete, this process goes in-depth and requires all of your attention. If you don’t pay the necessary focus to make the job go okay, countless things could go wrong. So, to avoid any […]

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January 19, 2022
Asphalt Over Old Asphalt: Pros & Cons

Asphalt is a preferred paving material due to its cost efficiency and durability. But while it can last for years, the asphalt pavement will eventually show signs of deterioration or damage. Even with proper care and regular maintenance, heavy use and exposure to the elements can result in small cracks in the surface. Over time, […]

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January 19, 2022
Function of Yacht Connectors

  Connectors present themselves as one of the most important parts of a heavy lifting system. They join different components together to ensure the system is working harmoniously. And so, like swivels and ropes, connectors must be sturdy to serve multiple purposes. Here are some of the uses of connectors in the heavy lifting industry […]

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November 10, 2021
The Ultimate Used CNC Machine Guide

If you're looking to buy a CNC machine, finding a used CNC can save you a lot of money, and it's typically the smarter, more cost-effective option.  However, there are a few crucial things to think about before making your purchase. Here's a simple guide to assist you with your decision-making when purchasing a used CNC […]

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November 9, 2021
Tell-Tale Signs You Need Boiler and Furnace Repairs

Winter is looming, and it’s an ideal time to get outdoor boilers and furnaces checked before freezing temperatures hit. In this guide, we’ll outline some common warning signs to look out for. Image credit: https://pixabay.com/photos/radiator-heating-flat-radiators-250558/ Tell-tale signs you need boiler and furnace repairs Every homeowner wants to feel warm, cosy and comfortable during the winter months. […]

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September 14, 2021
How a Porch Swing Came to Be and Its Present Use

Who can ever forget the fun of riding a porch swing? Imagine the breeze brushing the sun-kissed skin of childhood. The joy is beyond compare. A porch swing is a chair or bench that is suspended from overhead. When thinking of purchasing a swing as outdoor furniture, one must think of how porch swings came […]

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September 3, 2021
What are Fire Engineering Consultants?

When designing a building for modern buildings, it is important to consider fire engineering. This is much more than just rules, but insights into risk and human behavior. This type of engineering proposes high-level simulation and analysis protection to a building, its inhabitants, and the closing people. Building design companies use their expertise and experience […]

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May 17, 2021
Engineer Toolbox: 6 Items You Need

Engineer Toolbox An engineer’s job is made much easier when they have the right tools to hand. They can spend their day coming across unexpected breakages, and they need to be on hand with the right skills and equipment to fix anything as soon as possible. Here’s what you’d find in an engineer’s toolbox to […]

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September 28, 2020
5 Things You Should Consider Before Getting a Builder's Risk Policy

While undertaking a construction project, no matter how big or small, it’s wise to get protection against loss and liability. Most projects carry a degree of uncertainty and an unexpected disaster, delay or claim against you can spell disaster to your business. Building contractors invest considerable capital, time, expertise and effort in a project and […]

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July 26, 2020
Why Should You Purchase Faucet Water Filters?

When it comes to providing your family with clean drinking water, remembering to fill up a filter jug can be a real pain. There will have been times where you’ve gone to the fridge to get the jug out, only to realise that your kids haven’t filled it up. Now you’re left in the situation […]

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April 5, 2020
5 Architecture Design Trends That Are Changing the Way the World Looks

Architecture is evolving faster than nearly any other industry on Earth. Architects and engineers need to keep up with the accelerating pace of culture. Architects need to work smart and fast, however.  Architects are clearly weathering the storm. The architecture sector sees an annual increase of 2.2%. Architects are learning to work quickly as well […]

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March 28, 2020
Social Media Communities for Architects and Engineers

  Finding a place where people can offer you information about your passion is not always easy. It depends on what your passion is and the overall popularity of it. Another important factor is just how much of a passion it is considered to be, whether rightly or wrongly. For some people, their job is […]

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March 18, 2020
Virtual inspired online Casinos can be found Nowadays all over the the Internet, how to not get a Technical Virus

  Almost every aspect of our lives is being touched by the latest and greatest tech trends, evolving our day to day experiences to whole new heights.  One of the irrefutably prominent tech developments in the past few years is the rise of Virtual Reality (VR). Virtual Reality is a trend that enables users to […]

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March 13, 2020
Online Payment: What Are The Alternatives Of Stripe

  The boom of e-commerce sites and online businesses has led to an increase in the use of online payment platforms and the rise of developers specialising in payment processing systems. Many businesses are looking for better payment systems with more benefits for their customers. With online payment systems being a fairly new way of […]

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February 18, 2020
Best Watches For Engineers: Top 10

  Engineer’s contribution to society brings us convenience in our lives. Because of the skillful engineers, all kinds of technical problems can be solved, and our needs can be met through their use of science and math, which in turn allows us to live life with such ease. While you might not care about fashion, […]

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April 26, 2015
Modern Shipping Container Construction in Northern Ireland

Amazing Modern Ideas Coming to Northern Ireland Specifications: Architects: Patrick Bradley Architects Location: Woodland, County Cavan, Ireland Year: 2014 Engineer: Joe Young Engineering Photos:   What do you think of the Modern Shipping Container Construction in Northern Ireland?

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June 20, 2014
The Top Influential Architecture Talks from "Ted Talks"

If you are looking to absorb some information regarding architecture right now then watch the following videos of amazing people talking about amazing things! You are sure to learn something new today. Carolyn Steel: How food shapes our cities Before agriculture, permanent settlements did not and could not exist. Architect Carolyn Steel discusses how food […]

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December 30, 2013
30 St Mary Axe Modern Architecture London

What is the "30 St Mary Axe" Building? 30 St Mary Axe is a modern, sustainable building located in London's financial district. The building is also widely known as the the Gherkin building and previously called the Swiss Re Building. It was built in 2003 and opened in 2004. In 1992 the Baltic Exchange (a trading center) […]

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December 29, 2013
Statue of Liberty Neoclassical Architecture, New York

The Statue That Represents America The Statue of Liberty, located in New York, is well known around the world as an icon of freedom and opportunity in America. The statue takes on a Neoclassical style of architecture as a realistic appeal. The sculptor was Auguste Frederic Bartholdi, Structural Engineer: Gustave Eiffel and the pedestal was […]

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December 14, 2012
Hovering Observation Deck Above Grand Central Terminal

Architecture firm SOM has proposed adding a floating observation deck that slides up and down the sides of two new skyscrapers. SOM states that the hovering deck would increase the quality of the public space surrounding the building by adding an “iconic landmark” with a 360-degree panorama of the city skyline. New York City could use […]

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