DIY printable wall coverings

September 27th, 2021

TexStyles® FashionWalls 100 percent knit polyester printable fabric wall coverings allow customers to create their own designs. TexStyles® FashionWalls is a line of 100 percent knit polyester printable fabric wall coverings that allows customers to create their own designs to fit any environment. The wall coverings are durable, washable, abrasion resistant and stand up to […]

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IBEX 2021 schedule of events

September 27th, 2021

The International BoatBuilders’ Exhibition and Conference (IBEX) runs through Thursday, September 30 in Tampa, Fla. The show includes a number of networking and special events for industry professionals to connect during its 30th anniversary celebration. The IBEX daily schedule can be found at www.ibexshow.com/schedule-at-a-glance/. Special events can be found at www.ibexshow.com/special-events-demos/.

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How to create a natural-looking pond with a geomembrane liner

September 27th, 2021

Constructing water pond with a geomembrane in Sweden. Photograph courtesy of BTL Liners Not all lining material is created equal. Although preshaped rigid liners exist, they are not normally what you would choose for your fish-stocking pond. No matter how small or large the pond you have in mind, your best option today is flexible […]

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Camel Expeditionary awarded contract with the Defense Logistics Agency

September 27th, 2021

Camel Expeditionary, a manufacturer of military tent products, was recently awarded a new five-year, $50 million contract with the Defense Logistics Agency. Under the contract, Camel will produce light maintenance enclosure (LME) structures, primarily for use by the United States Army. The tents are designed for all-weather use and typically house military vehicles, including high […]

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Resilient flood mitigation protects Louisiana levee system

September 24th, 2021

By Lee Pierce, Vice President of Engineered Systems and Business Development, Propex Operating Co. LLC Worker installing the ARMORMAX system on a New Orleans levee. Photograph courtesy of Propex Operating Co. LLC Sixteen years to the day after Hurricane Katrina slammed into Louisiana, Hurricane Ida made landfall just 40 miles (64 km) down the coast. In […]

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Registration opens for ABYC/USCG risk mitigation conference

September 24th, 2021

Registration is now open for the United States Coast Guard (USCG) and American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) Risk Mitigation: Series 1—Regulations and Electrification to be held virtually on Tuesday, November 9, 2021. The first in a new series of free one-day events dedicated to mitigating the risk in designing and building recreational boats, this […]

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Resonance Companies brings garment manufacturing back to New York City

September 24th, 2021

Resonance Companies has announced a key milestone in driving the return of domestic textile manufacturing — the opening of the company’s first stateside sew production facility in New York City. The 300 square-foot facility is housed at Pier 59 in Chelsea Piers, adjacent to Resonance’s headquarters. Resonance has built the first creation-to-customer-closet platform for sustainable […]

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Flowfinity white paper discusses how engineers can digitize workflows to drive project success

September 23rd, 2021

Flowfinity white paper. Photograph courtesy of Flowfinity Canadian company Flowfinity Wireless Inc., a leading no-code platform for business workflow automation, released a white paper detailing how engineers can better manage their project data collection and reporting by leveraging custom applications. Forward-thinking engineers understand the value in replacing forms and spreadsheets with data collection apps, digital […]

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Unifi teams up with the University of Notre Dame to promote sustainability

September 23rd, 2021

Unifi Inc. is continuing its commitment to sustainability across college campuses. The company recently brought its REPREVE® mobile tour to the University of Notre Dame during the school’s home opener football game against Purdue University on September 18. This was the first time the mobile tour has visited Notre Dame, signifying the beginning of a […]

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California assembly approves legislation to keep marine manufacturers in federal compliance with consumer protection law

September 22nd, 2021

The California Assembly unanimously approved Assembly Bill 335 (AB 335) following unanimous passage in the California Senate, according to the National Marine Manufacturers Association website. The legislation ensures that marine manufacturers maintain compliance with federal consumer protection law by allowing them to collect and retain consumer information from marine dealers to verify warranties and contact […]

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