Stefanie Kure

Stefanie
Kure
Senior Associate Editor,
Penton Media

Stefanie Kure is the senior associate editor of EC&M magazine. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Kansas and has more than 20 years of experience in the B2B magazine industry. In addition to EC&M, Stefanie has worked on Transmission & Distribution World magazine, Broadcast Engineering magazine, and Power Electronics Technology magazine.

Articles
Software Simplifies Residential Estimating
Bill Ruffner, president of Advanced Electrical Technologies, Plainfield, Ill., has discovered firsthand that necessity is indeed the mother of invention.
Hotel Outlook Has Five-Star Potential
A booming travel/tourism industry, the moderating cost of building materials, and a disproportionate supply versus demand equation are some of the factors
Sunny Forecast for Power Plant Construction
Electrical contractors may want to grab a pair of sunglasses. Government legislation, growing demand for the use of environmentally friendly fuels, and
Plug-and-Play Subsystem Platform
Every so often, a groundbreaking product comes along that has the potential to transform an entire industry. The Convia programmable building platform,
Manufacturing Facilities Market Poised for Continued Growth
Thanks to an increasingly competitive global market and a stronger-than-anticipated U.S. economy, the outlook for manufacturing construction spending
OTDR Module Makes Fiber Cable Testing a Snap
It's no secret that electrical technicians are always looking for ways to maximize efficiency and profits by shortening labor hours on a job site. When
Area Lighting Panels Are a Bright Idea
Currently overseeing a retrofit at Fay Herron Elementary School in Las Vegas, Clark County School District Project Manager Dennis Miller has two primary
Health Care Construction Prognosis: Industry Appears to Be in Top Form
Comprised of approximately 545,000 establishments, today's $41 billion health care industry is one of the country's fastest-expanding institutional sectors
Solar- and Wind-Powered Water Purification System is a Lifesaver
I magine your city has been devastated by a hurricane, flood, earthquake, or tornado. Phone and power lines are down, water mains are broken, and hundreds
Retail Construction Outlook Remains Optimistic
Despite dire predictions that retail construction would stumble in the wake of the lackluster U.S. residential housing market, McGraw Hill Construction,
Office Construction Market Gears Up for Gradual Growth
When you look at the five-year forecast for the office construction market, the speed at which industry analysts expect it to grow resembles more of a
Voltage Tester Goes Directly to the Source
John Dickinson may be a systems engineer/electrician at a private college in Philadelphia, but it didn't take someone with his advanced knowledge to realize
Conduit Marking Device is a Knockout
After working as a commercial electrician/foreman for more than 11 years, Brent Galbreth, president of Deviser, Inc., Winchester, Calif., knew there had

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