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BEJAC CORPORATION OPENS NEW LOCATION IN NEVADA

BEJAC CORPORATION OPENS NEW LOCATION IN NEVADA

The Facility Offers Construction Equipment with Parts and Service

Los Angeles, Calif. (June 13, 2018) – Bejac Corporation is pleased to announce the opening of their new location in Las Vegas, Nev. The new facility will support operations with service bays, warehousing, wash rack and secure paved yard. This new branch

Project Profile: From the Bottom to the Top

Project Profile: From the Bottom to the Top

“Construction, construction, construction. There is road construction as far as the eye can see.” This is probably what residents in Columbus, OH, think when they travel practically anywhere. And due to the multi-year Interstates 70/71 Columbus Crossroads project, much of the freeways in downtown Columbus will be under construction into

Truth to Power

Truth to Power

Adhering to a blueprint of key factors will help contractors choose the best compressor or generator for a job site.

When it comes to compressors, consider rated capacities, fuel consumption, emissions requirements, operating costs, and service costs.

The New Swiss Army Knife

The New Swiss Army Knife

When Takeuchi first introduced the compact excavator in 1971, some people scoffed and criticized that the machine was little more than a toy. Since then, the machine has become an integral part of the construction site, sometimes replacing other machines—and not only on general construction sites but in many other

Continuous Power: Mobile Generation

Continuous Power: Mobile Generation

Aging infrastructure, compounded by peak season demands, has placed an enormous strain on grids worldwide, thus increasing the risk for potential power outages. The massive T&D infrastructure in North America is aging and breaking down in many areas, keeping utility company maintenance crews busy proactively upgrading infrastructure as well as

Managing Multiple Microgrids

Managing Multiple Microgrids

Last week I traveled to Chicago where, as a participant in Siemens’ US Innovation Day, I had an opportunity to explore a number of exciting technology advancements. One of the innovations that I found interesting was the concept of aggregated microgrids managed by a utility.

At the event, Siemens announced that

The Power of Connectivity

The Power of Connectivity

The Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming what buildings can achieve when it comes to energy efficiency today. Here, Dan Ritch, chief information officer and vice president of Connected Services for Honeywell Building Solutions, discusses the IoT’s impact on buildings and energy service.

Distributed Energy (DE): What’s your take on the

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