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Siemens‘ PLM software unit and Sierra Nevada Corp.‘s space systems business are expanding their partnership through the SNC Dream Chaser program’s “Dream Team,” where Siemens will support development of spacecraft technologies. SNC said Tuesday that Siemens’ membership in the Dream Team is an extension of their long-time business relationship, as Siemens provides its engineering software tools to support SNC’s spacecraft […] More
Bruce Manning, CH2M HILL Fellow Water Treatment Technologist and Fuller Society inductee will be presented with American Water Works Association‘s Fuller Award, the most-revered distinction in leadership at the AWWA Annual Conference and Exposition in Boston, Mass., June 8-12. Selected annually for exceptional service in the water supply industry the Fuller Award is the highest […] More
Brian Reilly, a 34-year veteran in engineering and procurement projects, has been named director of Bechtel’s uranium processing facility project in Oak Ridge, Tenn.. He will succeed the retiring Carl Strock, a former commanding general of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Bechtel said Monday. Reilly will work at Bechtel-led Consolidated Nuclear Security LLC, which has […] More
Computer Sciences Corp. has partnered with SAP to develop a new suite of information technology offerings designed to help businesses migrate IT processes into the cloud with the HANA computing technology. CSC plans to initially offer its HANA-ready cloud platforms to customers in the social service, financial, engineering and construction sectors, CSC said Thursday. The […] More
Siemens will invest $1 billion in software grants for manufacturing programs in seven community colleges, universities and education centers in Virginia, giving students access to the same tools used in real-world factories around the world. “Manufacturing is the most sophisticated, forward-looking and innovative business function in the world today, and we need to let students, parents […] More
Louisa Jaffe, CEO and president of Technical and Project Engineering, has been re-appointed to the advisory board of the National Contract Management Association for program year ending June 30, 2015. Jaffe has been a member of the NCMA’s board of advisors since 2008, providing guidance to national officers on contract management issues, TAPE said Monday. “With each year […] More
John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory was chosen to receive April 2 the Howard County’s Volunteer of the Year Award for its all-volunteer college preparation program launched in 2009. Will Roncal and Karla Roncal, the husband-wife duo that spearheaded the College Prep Program, received the award at a ceremony at the county’s George Howard Building, […] More
NetApp has opened a 155,000-square-foot research and development laboratory in North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park to host the development and testing of NetApp’s storage and data management producs. Rich Clifton, NetApp’s executive vice president of customer success operations, said Friday. that the company opened the laboratory to function as a “global backbone for delivering enterprise-class service and […] More
Louisa Long Jaffe, CEO of Technical and Project Engineering and 28-year veteran of the U.S. Army Reserve, has received the National Veteran-Owned Business Association’s Woman Vetrepreneur of the Year award. With at least 30 years of business ownership, management, public relations, marketing and IT experience, Jaffe is the inaugural recipient of the award, an extension of the annual Vetrepreneur of […] More
Brian Norris, a 33-year veteran of transport infrastructure design and construction, has joined Parsons Brinckerhoff as a principal project manager for the company’s team in Perth, Australia. He has already been assigned to oversee the project to design an approximately 7.45-mile haulage road in Western Australia’s Pilbara region, Parsons Brinckerhoff said Wednesday. “With the Australian government committing […] More
The University of Maryland has opened its Center for Orbital Debris Education and Research to facilitate collaboration between academia, industry and government to address issues related to orbital space debris, GCN reported Thursday. “Most existing organizations focus on just one aspect of the problem—tracking, modeling, remediation, mitigation, policy, etc.—but CODER will serve as a research collective to […] More
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