Jaclyn Alcantara

Jaclyn
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Product of the Month
Located in a rare wooded area of Texas, about 25 miles north of Dallas, Paul Westbrook didn’t expect his home to be a suitable candidate for wind power
Thin Is In on the Lighting Front
In retail stores, there's no doubt space is at a premium. So when New York-based Christian Dior learned about a new flat light source Light Emitting Capacitor
Focus on Transportation
Despite sky-high material costs, 2006 was a good year for transportation construction spending, thanks in part to strong state and local economies and
Water, Sewage, and Wastewater Update
Estimated Growth Rate (Construction Put in Place) 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Sewage and waste disposal 9% 16% 6% 7% 14% 15% 10%
Grounding Mobile Construction Equipment
As the nation's power demands have increased over the past few decades, the nature of the hazards posed by overhead transmission and distribution lines
Power Update
Aging infrastructure, a new energy bill, and rising fuel prices have contributed to a very active and increasingly diverse power industry in recent years.
Product of the Month
Picture a living room full of eager football fans watching their team's season opener on television when suddenly the power goes out. For most of us,
Manufacturing Update
Although it's experienced a short-term growth spurt recently, most experts agree the manufacturing sector may be in for a disappointing long-term decline.
Heating System Generates Free Electricity
Every engine produces some amount of heat; however, it's typically an unwanted and unused byproduct of a machine designed for some other purpose, such
Health Care Update
Plenty of inexpensive land, a burgeoning population, and lots of fresh air and blue sky what is bemoaned as suburban sprawl by some is seen as a well
Fine-Tunable LED Fixture
With 23 interconnected buildings combined to equal more than 1.2 million square feet, keeping exhibits at the American Museum of Natural History well lit can certainly be a challenging task. Just ask David Clinard, lighting designer for the New York museum.
Retail Update
In the past year alone, the value of retail construction starts grew by nearly 25%, according to Jim Haughey, director of research and analytics for Norcross,
Remote Transforms Traditional Exit Sign Testing
Responsible for preventive maintenance for East Carolina University's 115 buildings in Greenville, N.C., PM engineer Anthony Patrick says his employees
Integration, Communication, and Cooperation
A home theater, in-wall surround sound speakers, flat-panel HDTV screens, and high-quality audio and video distributed to and accessible from every room
The Lowdown on Low-Voltage Wiring
As a generation that has little or no memory of a time without PCs and MTV, young adults looking to buy their first home are likely to care more about

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