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How Power Plants Benefit From Fabric Structures

While most people think of power plants as a single large structure, plants typically include a host of smaller buildings used for numerous purposes.  For example, power plant facilities commonly include offices, panel control rooms, boiler rooms, electric rooms, turbine buildings, pumping stations, and compressor houses. There may also be storage facilities,
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Rapid Manufacturing Post-COVID-19: Why High-Performance Buildings Are the Answer

Businesses across all industries have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic in one form or another. Manufacturing has been hit doubly hard, with COVID-19 affecting both consumers’ demand behaviors and suppliers ability to meet those needs. For many manufacturers, COVID-19 has meant temporary closures, reduced workforce, social distancing, and other changes that
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Social Distancing Measures to Help Reopen Schools

Educators, parents, and students around the country are wondering when schools will reopen after closures due to COVID-19. While no simple answer to their questions exists, reopening dates will depend largely on schools’ ability to follow federal guidelines, including actions related to health and safety and ongoing monitoring. Social distancing measures figure prominently
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