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Daily Postcard: Morning View From Pajarito Lodge

first_imgDaily Postcard: View early this morning from the top of Pajarito Lodge. Courtesy/Webcamlast_img

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Chart 137: COVID-19 In New Mexico July 29

first_imgOverall COVID-19 risk by state. The nonprofit organization Covid Act Now monitors daily diagnoses, infection rates, testing positivity, ICU headroom, and contacts traced in each state. The overall COVID-19 risk is based on these five metrics. For New Mexico, the very large number of daily diagnoses is responsible for the high risk designation. Map courtesy of mapchart.net. Source: covidactnow.org. By Eli Ben-Naimlast_img

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Edwards receives 2016 Supplier Excellence Award

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RES Offshore Wins Moray Wind Farm Contract

first_imgRES Offshore has won a contract with Moray Offshore Renewables Limited – a joint venture between EDP Renewables and Repsol Nuevas Energias UK – to provide management contractor services for the first project within the Moray Firth Round 3 zone, located off the north-east coast of Scotland.RES Offshore’s expertise will contribute to ongoing Front End Engineering Design (FEED) and procurement processes as the project progresses towards Final Investment Decision, with the experienced team providing specialist engineering and project management services. This expertise is testament to the capability and credibility RES Offshore brings from other projects in UK waters and further afield.Chris Morgan, CEO of RES Offshore, commented: “Competition for these contracts is now fierce, so this contract award recognises RES Offshore’s ability to competitively apply its knowledge to meet our customers’ needs. This is a fantastic opportunity to work with Moray Offshore Renewables and to help take this project through to construction. We hope that this is the beginning of a long-term relationship with Moray Offshore Renewables.”Project Director for Moray Offshore Renewables Ltd, and Managing Director of EDPR UK, Dan Finch said: “This contract marks another important milestone in the delivery of offshore wind generation in the outer Moray Firth. This project will be a game-changer for the industry by leading commercial-scale deployment in deeper water. The application of RES’ experience to the MORL project will create opportunities for innovation and cost reduction across the whole supply chain, which is critical in an emerging global market for offshore wind.” [mappress mapid=”14120″]Press release, September 15, 2014; Image: morayoffshorerenewableslast_img read more

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Victorian values

first_imgTo continue enjoying Building.co.uk, sign up for free guest accessExisting subscriber? LOGIN Stay at the forefront of thought leadership with news and analysis from award-winning journalists. Enjoy company features, CEO interviews, architectural reviews, technical project know-how and the latest innovations.Limited access to building.co.ukBreaking industry news as it happensBreaking, daily and weekly e-newsletters Subscribe now for unlimited access Get your free guest access  SIGN UP TODAY Subscribe to Building today and you will benefit from:Unlimited access to all stories including expert analysis and comment from industry leadersOur league tables, cost models and economics dataOur online archive of over 10,000 articlesBuilding magazine digital editionsBuilding magazine print editionsPrinted/digital supplementsSubscribe now for unlimited access.View our subscription options and join our communitylast_img read more

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Gdynia prepares for offshore wind projects

first_imgAccording to the port, Poland’s national power system currently has a total capacity of approximately 41 GW – 70 percent of which is based on coal-fired power plants.The oldest power units will soon be withdrawn from use. “The solution to this problem is renewable energy, which will fill this gap and at the same time will be up to date with EU and global trends,” said the Port of Gdynia Authority.The port authority added that “the Baltic Sea [will] have a chance to play a key role in the energy transformation of Poland towards a low-emission economy.”Adam Meller, president of the managing board at the Port of Gdynia Authority, said: “In regard to our infrastructure potential and navigational capabilities, we have carried out analyses of the possibilities of adapting the land for the handling, storage and assembly of offshore wind farm components. The results indicate that we are ready to service offshore wind farms, both during the construction and operation phases.”Reports suggest that construction of Poland’s first offshore wind farm could start in 2022.www.port.gdynia.pllast_img read more

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CMS, Olswang and Nabarro to cut 300 support jobs

first_imgCMS, Nabarro and Olswang have confirmed that around one-third of support staff from across the UK will be lost ahead of May’s triple merger.In January the firms began a consultation with the ‘business and secretarial teams’ at the firm. A statement today confirmed that around 300 employees would be leaving.A spokesperson for the firms said 650 of 900 members of staff who had been affected had been offered a new role.‘Of those leaving the majority have chosen to take voluntary redundancy and we have honoured all requests regardless of whether there was a role or not,’ the spokesperson added.The consultation started on 16 January and concluded on 3 March. The firm said ‘approximately 300 staff’ would be leaving but that it will not be providing any further breakdown.Olswang is due to merge with CMS UK and Nabarro in a deal that was finalised last year and will take effect in May.The new firm will trade as CMS and CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP in the UK. Once the deal is finalised it will become the world’s sixth largest law firm by headcount and have a £1bn turnover, placing inside the UK’s top seven by revenue.Meanwhile, Olswang is set to lose its former interim chief executive ahead of the imminent merger. Michael Burdon, a patent specialist, will join international firm Simmons & Simmons from 2 May.Burdon, who joined Olswang in 2002, was briefly the interim chief executive of the firm in October 2015.The move is another blow for the firm after international firm Dentons announced last week that it had hired a team of four Olswang patent lawyers alongside partner Justin Hill.Rowan Freeland, head of IP at Simmons & Simmons said: ‘There are a number of key issues affecting clients today, including the arrival of the Unified Patent Court later this year. Michael’s arrival adds bench strength to our IP team who continue to provide cutting-edge advice for clients. He is a highly skilled patent litigator and a really nice guy, and I look forward to working with him.’Last month, the Gazette reported that CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang had revealed more details of the effects of the merger, including the closure of three of Olswang’s Europe-based offices.last_img read more

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Creamline sweeps Balipure in V-League

first_img Jessica Galanza spearheaded the attack with 17 points, on 14 attacks, two service aces and a block, while Risa Sato chipped in 10 markers. MANILA – Creamline Cool Smashers bucked the absence of key players to score a 25-11, 25-15, 25-17 sweep over BaliPure Water Defenders in the Premier Volleyball League Open Conference at the San Juan Arena. Kyle Negrito also dished out 17 excellent sets on Wednesday as the Cool Smashers won despite the absence of Alyssa Valdez due to injury and Julia Morado due to national volleyball team duty. The Cool Smashers stretched their unbeaten run to 10 games. Honey Royce Tubino and Jem Guttierez delivered 15 points each, while veteran Mary Jean Balse-Pabayo chipped in 10 markers as the Lady Troopers improved to 5-4 win-loss card./PN Meanwhile, PacificTown-Army Lady Troopers bucked the absence of Guimarasnon Jovelyn Gonzaga to pull off a 25-11, 25-23, 25-17 straight set triumph over Chef’s Classic Lady Red Spikers. Jessica Galanza of Creamline Cool Smashers makes an attack. Grace Bombita top-scored with eight points as the Water Defenders suffered its fifth consecutive defeat to slid down to 2-8 win-loss record. “Sobrang nakaka-proud kasi hindi lang ‘yung inaasahan, ‘yung makakapuntos talaga, pati ‘yung mga nasa labas,” said Galanza. “Talagang ready sila anid andun ‘yung eageirness nila, talagang gusto nila maglaro.”last_img read more

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UWF Places Fifth of 27 Teams at Southeast Classic

first_imgUWF Places Fifth of 27 Teams at Southeast Classic Share Stacy Paton ran a personal best 19:28 at the Southeast Classic on Saturday center_img ROME, Ga. – The West Florida women’s cross country team placed fifth at the Southeast Classic hosted by Berry College on Saturday morning.  The Argos turned in a team score of 207 for fifth place in a field of 27 teams and 232 finishers.  Junior Stacy Paton (Stuart, Fla./South Fork HS) led UWF with a 31st place finish and a personal best time of 19:28 in the 5k race, and she also led the Argos past Gulf South Conference foe Delta State, who finished seventh.Junior Kelbe Beck (Tallahassee, Fla./Lincoln HS) and freshman McKenzie Carney (Indianapolis, Ind./Lawrence North HS) also turned in times under 20 minutes for UWF.  Beck was 34th overall at 19:35, while Carney finished 44th at 19:53.  Justyna Mudy from Shorter College won the individual title at 17:30, and Indiana Wesleyan took the team title with 70 points, edging Embry-Riddle.”Our team average was 19:55 for our top five runners,” explained head coach John Bergen.  “That has been getting slightly better every race, and it puts us in position to do well at our conference meet coming up in November.” The Argos’ four, five, and six runners finished within 16 seconds of each other, just over the 20 minute mark.  Sophomore Karyssa Tourelle-Fallon (Navarre, Fla./Navarre HS) was 59th overall at 20:16, while freshman Renea Porsch (Land O’ Lakes, Fla./Land O’ Lakes HS) was 63rd with a 20:24.Sophomore Sabrina Seignemartin (Navarre, Fla./Navarre HS) turned in a personal best for the second week in a row with a 20:32 performance.  “It was great to see Sabrina finish this strong, she has put in the work and made herself very competitive,” added Bergen. The Argonauts are ranked fifth in the South Region as they head into postseason action.  The GSC Championships will be held in Hoover, Ala. on Nov. 6, followed by the NCAA South Regional on Nov. 20 in Huntsville, Ala.  For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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CSU Looks To End Road Skid Versus Oakland Friday Night

first_imgGAME #18 *** preview provided by CSU***Cleveland State (4-13, 1-3 HL) at Oakland (10-8, 2-3 HL)Friday, January 12, 2018 | 7:00 pmRochester, Mich. | O’renaLive Stats | ESPN3 | AM 1420PDF GAME NOTESCleveland State at OaklandGAME PREVIEW:• Cleveland State continues its swing through Michigan with a 7:00 pm game at Oakland on Friday (Jan. 12) night in the O’rena.• The Vikings are 4-13 this year and 1-3 in the Horizon League after an 85-84 setback at Detroit Mercy on Wednesday at the buzzer.• The Golden Grizzlies are 10-8 overall (2-3 HL) and are coming off a 95-82 win over Youngstown State on Wednesday• Friday’s game will be available live on ESPN3, while Al Pawlowski will provide the call of the game on AM 1420 and AM 1440.THE OAKLAND SERIES:• CSU leads the all-time series with Oakland, 7-4.• The Vikings won the first six meetings with Oakland taking four of the last five.• The teams split the two meetings last year with each winning on the others home court.• CSU is 3-2 all-time in Oakland, including a 76-65 win last year.GAME 17: @DETROIT MERCY 85, CSU 84 (1/10/18):• CSU fell at the buzzer to Detroit Mercy, 85-84, on Wednesday.• The Vikings trailed by five points with one minute left, but Stefan Kenic‘s three-pointer with 3.9 seconds to play gave CSU an 84-83 lead.• UDM’s Corey Allen answered by taking the inbounds pass up the court for the game-winning layup.• Kenic was one of four players in double figures with a career-high 15 points. Tyree Appleby had 19 points and a career-high tying seven assists. Bobby Word scored 19 points and Jamarcus Hairston had 14 points and six rebounds.• CSU shot 31-of-56 (.554) from the floor and had 21 assists.CARDIAC VIKINGS:• The Vikings have played in seven one possession games this year, posting a 2-5 mark in those games.• Three of CSU’s four Horizon League games have come down to the final possession as the Vikings fell to Youngstown State (80-77), defeated Green Bay (80-79) and lost at Detroit Mercy (85-84).• CSU played in three straight one poessession games from Nov. 20 through Nov. 29.• CSU fell at ECU, 72-69 (Nov. 20), lost at home to Central Conn., 74-73, (Nov. 24), and topped Arkansas State, 75-72 (Nov. 29).• It was the first time CSU played three straight one poessession games since the 1999-2000 season when CSU fell at St. Bonaventure, 71-69, (12/30/99), and won at Loyola, 70-68 (1/6/00) and at UIC, 91-89 (1/8/00).• The Vikings also had a one possession games at Niagara (L, 79-77 on Dec. 19).KENIC SCORES CAREER-HIGH:• Stefan Kenic scored a career-high 15 points in Wednesday’s setback at Detroit Mercy.• He hit 6-of-10 from the floor and his three-pointer from the top of the arc with 3.9 seconds left gave the Vikings an 84-83 lead.• Kenic is averaging 8.4 points and 2.8 rebounds this year.WORD HITS 1,000 CAREER POINTS WITH DOUBLE DOUBLE:• With his 11 point effort vs. Green Bay on Jan. 4, Bobby Word reached 1,000 career points.• Word scored 487 points during his two seasons at Oral Roberts and has 546 points during his CSU career for 1,033 career points.• Word also notched his first career double-double vs. Green Bay.• He scored 14 points and added a career-high 10 rebounds. His old career-high was seven rebounds.WORD UP!:• Senior Bobby Word has started all 49 games of his CSU career.• He is 19th in the League in scoring this year (11.8), while ranking third in the League in three pointers (2.6).• Through four League games, Word is averaging 17.0 points, while shooting .500 (17-34) from three-point.• Word scored a career-high 26 points – hitting a career-best seven threes – at Michigan State (Dec. 29).• He followed that up with a 24 point effort vs. Youngstown State (Jan. 1), which included nine points in the final 49 seconds. His three-pointer with nine seconds left tied the game at 77-77 before the Penguins won it with a buzzer beater.• Word is the top returning scorer from last year’s team (11.1).HAIRSTON EARNS FIRST CAREER START:• Jamarcus Hariston earned his first career start at CSU in vs. Green Bay (Jan. 4). He totaled two points, four rebounds and two steals in 26 minutes.• In four League games, Hairston is averaging 7.0 points and 5.0 rebounds. He is also shooting .556 (10-18) from the floor.• He had 14 points (5-6 FG) with six boards at Detroit (Jan. 10).• Hairston tallied seven points and set career-highs in rebounds (6) and assists (3) against Youngstown State (Jan. 1).• He scored a career-high 17 points at Niagara (Dec. 19), hitting 7-of-9 from the field, adding five boards and two assists in a career-high 31 minutes.• Hairston’s old career-high was 13 points set in the season opener against Kent State last year.CARPENTER GOING TO WORK:• Senior Kenny Carpenter is enjoying his best season to date.• He ranks 17th in the Horizon League in scoring (12.7) and 15th in rebounding (5.3), while adding 2.4 assists.• Carpenter is also 10th in field goal percentage (.486).• He has two, 20-point games this year and has scored in double figures 12 times.• Carpenter scored a career-high 26 points against Coppin State (Nov. 17), bettering his old career-high of 24 points set at UIC as a sophomore.• He scored 24 points in the first half vs. Coppin State and finished the game 10-of-17 from the field, including 6-of-11 from three-point.• The six three-pointers are tied for the fourth most in a game in program history and the 17th time a CSU player made six three’s.• He became the first CSU player to make six threes since Charlie Lee hit six at Oakland on Feb. 6, 2014.… AND DOUBLES UP TWICE:• Kenny Carpenter has posted two double-doubles this year, the first two of his career.• Carpenter recorded his first career double-double with 11 points and a career-high 12 boards in the season opener at Akron (Nov. 11).• He posted a career-high 26 points and 11 rebounds against Coppin State (Nov. 17).• Carpenter is one of eight players in the Horizon League who has multiple double-doubles this year.APPLEBY APPEALING:• Tyree Appleby is averaging 11.4 points, 2.1 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 1.5 steals in his first season of college basketball.• He ranks sixth in the League in steals assists and is 20th in scoring – the highest scoring freshman in the League.• He is a two-time Horizon League Freshman of the Week, earning the award in back-to-back weeks (Dec. 4 & Dec. 10).• Appleby earned the first award after averaging 10.0 points, 2.5 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 1.5 steals vs. Arkansas State and at Kent State, shooting .562 (9-16) from the floor.• Appleby picked up his second straight honor after averaging 18.0 points, 3.5 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 3.5 steals, while shooting .800 (12-15) from the field, including 5-of-6 (.833) from three-point at Western Michigan and vs. Notre Dame College.• Appleby scored a career-high 24 points at Western Michigan (Dec. 6), hitting 8-of-10 from the field, including 4-of-5 from three-point and all four free throws, while adding three rebounds, three assists and three steals.• It was the most points by a CSU freshman since Rob Edwards scored 26 points at Detroit Mercy on Jan. 4, 2016.THE WRIGHT STUFF:• Anthony Wright recorded his first career double-double on Dec. 2 at Kent State.• Wright scored a career-high 21 points, hitting 8-of-11 from the field, including a career-best four three’s (in six attempts). He also had a career-high tying 11 rebounds.• Wright is averaging 7.6 points and ranks 10th in the League with 5.8 rebounds.• Wright is shooting .806 (25-31) at free throw line and has made his last 11 free throws.• After coming off the bench in the first two games, Wright has drawn a starting assignment in the last 14 contests.THE FELTON FILE:• First-year head coach Dennis Felton earned his first victory at CSU with an 80-56 win over Coppin State (Nov. 17).• Felton, who made his CSU regular season debut on Nov. 11 at Akron, was named the 15th head coach in CSU history on March 24.• Felton, a coaching veteran with more than 30 years of experience, is in his 12th season as a head coach, having spent five years at Western Kentucky (1998-03) and five-plus seasons at Georgia (2003-09).• During his time on the sidelines Felton has amassed 188 victories, won seven conference championships and led six of his teams to the postseason, including four NCAA berths.KASH IS MONEY:• Kasheem Thomas has had a strong start to Horizon League play, averaging 9.0 points and 4.2 assists, while shooting .545 (12-22) from the field and .429 (3-7) from three-point.• Thomas scored a season-high 11 points with six assists against Youngstown State (Jan. 1).• He had eight points with six assists at Detroit Mercy (Jan. 10).• Thomas started 39 consecutive games to open his career, including all 31 last year, the most by a freshman in program history.• Thomas has a career assist-to-turnover ratio of 1.8 (139 assists to 74 turnovers).VIKINGS TIE THREE POINT MARK WITH 14 MAKES:• The Vikings have tied the single game school record with 14 made three-pointers three times this year.• CSU was 14-of-32 from three-point against Coppin State (Nov. 17) and went 14-of-39 from long distance against Notre Dame College (Dec. 10).• The Vikings were 14-of-31 from three at Detroit Mercy (Jan. 10).• CSU has hit 14 three’s in a game seven times in school history.FOR THREE:• CSU has hit a three-pointer in a school record 614 straight games.• The Vikings have hit at least three three’s in 163 straight contests, extending the streak with 14 threes at Detroit on Wednesday.• The last time CSU failed to make a three-pointer was Feb. 21, 1998, when the Vikings were 0-for-8 in a 60-57 win over Detroit.UP NEXT:• CSU heads to Northern Kentucky on Monday (Jan. 15) for a 7:30 pm game. 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