Industry News - June 2014

Industry News - June 2014
Global Pump - Victor Krotikov

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Oracle, RedZone form partnership

Oracle and RedZone Robotics partnered to assist owners in managing their water and wastewater assets and execute repair, replacement and rehabilitation projects through formation of the companies’ YES (Your Entire System) program.

Franklin Control moves into larger facility

Franklin Control Systems, a wholly owned subsidiary of Franklin Electric, moved into a new 60,000-square-foot engineering and production facility in Hillsboro, Ore. The building will enable the company to consolidate inventory and reconfigure its production area.

Dewberry adds environmental scientists

Dewberry hired Matthew P. Miller as an environmental scientist and Amin Davis as a senior environmental scientist. Miller, working out of the firm’s Orlando, Fla., office, will be responsible for wetland and threatened/endangered species surveying and permitting, water resource coordination and other public projects. Davis, working out of the Fairfax, Va., office, will be responsible for conducting technical assessments of natural resources, coordinating environmental permitting activities and supporting proposal preparations.

Global Pump names business development director

Global Pump, a Mersino Company, named Victor Krotikov business development director for the European Union/Commonwealth of Independent States.

InduSoft receives mobile apps award

InduSoft received the 2014 Engineers’ Choice award from Control Engineering in the Software – Mobile Apps for Controls, Automation, Instrumentation category for its Enhanced Studio Mobile Access software.

Oldcastle’s Storm Capture available with Chamber Wizard

Through a cooperative marketing agreement, Oldcastle Precast’s Storm Capture system is available for modeling with HydroCAD’s Chamber Wizard, starting with HydroCAD 10.0 build 11. The design tool can be used for simple and complex stormwater projects.



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