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A $40-million project is underway to transform the former home of Minor League Baseball’s Columbus Clippers into a state-of-the-art racetrack and automotive research and training center.
Earlier this year, a general contractor was commissioned by the United States Coast Guard to remove an old concrete wharf and several finger piers at the military organization’s boat station in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
When arguably one of the biggest brand names on the planet needed to carry out extensive renovations to one of its bottling distributing centers, there was no room for imitators.
One CSDA member recently traveled to Naval Station Guantanamo Bay to cut and remove an old concrete pier and returned several months later to resolve a critical issue with the new pier construction.
This year we will witness what is being hailed by some as the most important U.S. presidential election in a long time. There is a lot of individual trepidation about the outcome and how the political landscape may change. For me, the focus should be on the opportunities that are before our industry right now and the positive signs that are being shown around the country and the world.