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September 29, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgStay 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 To continue enjoying Building.co.uk, sign up for free guest accessExisting subscriber? LOGIN Get your free guest access  SIGN UP TODAY Subscribe now for unlimited access 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

September 29, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgSubscribe 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 community Subscribe now for unlimited access To 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 Get your free guest access  SIGN UP TODAYlast_img read more

September 29, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgAnother busy week in the multipurpose shipping sector has seen SAL Heavy Lift charter two additional ships; the EMS-Fehn Group acquire two additional coasters; and Saga Forest Carriers International and Westfal-Larsen Shipping plan a shipping pool – Saga Welco.Along with Coscol’s announcement of the construction of a new 90,000 dwt semi-submersible vessel, is this a sign that the struggling shipping sector is finally picking up? HLPFI definitely hopes so. Although some might have concerns over further newbuild capacity in what is already a stacked market.This week’s Friday Flyer is sponsored by C.H. Robinson Project Logistics, which plans and delivers over-dimensional, heavy lift cargo by land, sea and air. This division of C.H. Robinson is headquartered in Calgary, Canada and specialises in the oil and gas, mining, wind energy and power generation industries.In businessMaersk Line and Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) announced a ten-year vessel sharing agreement (VSA) on the Asia-Europe, transatlantic and transpacific trades.This week saw the formation of the Trident Alliance – a shipping industry initiative for the enforcement of maritime sulphur emissions.Wisconsin increased the overall length that permitted loads may run during weekend daylight hours from 110 feet (33.5 m) to 150 feet (45.7 m) in 67 of the states’ 72 counties.The United Nations TIR executive board called on the Russian government to lift current TIR restrictions and fully reinstate the TIR system across the whole Russian Federation.Total E&P appointed GAC South Africa to provide shipping and logistics support for its drilling project off the coast of South Africa.The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) submitted a paper to the IMO proposing a means of overcoming problems associated with the Ballast Water Management convention.The European Commission has opened an investigation into tax exemptions granted to five Netherlands based ports, to verify that they are in line with EU state aid rules.Capacity developmentsBaukran Logistik placed an order for six new Liebherr mobile cranes with load capacities between 45 and 200 tonnes, while the Port of Drammen purchased an LHM 550 mobile harbour crane.Heerema Marine Contractors selected Kongsberg Maritime’s K-Sim offshore simulation platform to enhance its crane operator training.NIRAS is developing a process tool – ODIN-WIND – to optimise the decommissioning of offshore wind turbines, in conjunction with Vattenfall, Maersk Broker, DTU-Wind and The Welding Institute (TWI).SDV and Bolloré Africa Logistics launched Speed to Africa, a new air based logistics service operating between Europe and Africa.Atlantic Towing (USA) is to take delivery of four newly-designed ice-strengthened PSV 5000 vessels from Damen Shipyards Group.Allseas Group’s vessel Pieter Schelte is to be completed at the Port of Rotterdam.TTS Group has signed four contracts with China’s Huanghai Shipbuilding for eight SWL 250-tonne capacity multipurpose cranes.Shipments of the weekCoscol’s semi-submersible vessel XIANG RUI KOU transported and installed an 18,500-tonne topside, which had the dimensions 171 m x 58 m x 118 m (pictured top right).Crane Rental Corporation transported and lifted the 37.6-tonne hub of the new Orlando observation wheel into place (pictured second right).Wagenborg transported eight LPG bullet tanks, each weighing 330 tonnes, from Willebroek, Belgium to the Shell oil terminal in Denmark.For the past two months, Tradelossa has been carrying out the transportation of 34 turbines, with components weighing up to 84 tonnes, for the Sureste II project in Mexico (pictured bottom right).Other notable projects reported by HLPFI this week can be seen on the archive news area of our website.Got some shipment news of your own? Send it in to editorial@heavyliftpfi.comCapital projects and contractsMaersk Oil decided to pull out of the Brazilian exploration market, writing off its USD1.7 billion investment in the Wahoo and Itaipu oil fields, while divesting its shares in the Polvo field.Larsen & Toubro’s construction division won a new order for the construction of the Kannur International Airport in Kerla.Gamesa and AREVA signed a binding agreement for the creation of a joint venture in the promising offshore wind energy industry.For a fuller round up of capital projects and contracts announced this week please visit the HLPFI website or contact David Kershaw.On the moveWallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics opened a new office in Yangon, Myanmar as part of a joint venture with Carrier King Logistics. Henrique Wohltmann (pictured) joined Hansa Meyer Global Transport as its new director of projects and services, while Gebrüder Weiss appointed Stefan Eberl as its regional sales manager of air and sea for Central and Eastern Europe. UTC Overseas appointed Mirko Knezevic to the newly created position of global chief operating officer.Network newsThe CLC Projects network added two new members to its roster, including Fiji’s Trans Pacific Projects, and Mercomar SA representing Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay. The newly founded All in One (AiO) logistics network gained Carloking Services as a new member in Ghana, while the Pacific Power Logistics (PPL) network welcomed Agape International from Qatar. Platetrade SA from Asunción in Paraguay was appointed an exclusive member of the Worldwide Project Consortium (WWPC).All about EvieEvie was pleased to hear that old friend of HLPFI and intermittent correspondent for the magazine, Gavin Van Marle, has written a new book titled ‘Around the World in Freighty Ways’.She is looking forward to attending the book launch later this month, after Germany’s victory in the World Cup final on Sunday – apologies to all our readers in Argentina.last_img read more

September 29, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgChris BonettiSparrows has traditionally specialised in providing heavy lifting and handling services for the oil and gas sector. Bonetti will be responsible for developing the company’s business activities in the industrial market, with a focus on the mining sector. He will lead the company’s oil and gas and renewable energy activities in the region, including New Zealand and Papua New Guinea. Previously serving as senior project manager, and regional business development manager at McDermott International, Bonetti brings 18 years of experience to the role. Steward Mitchell, ceo at Sparrows said: “Chris’ experience in commercial leadership and project delivery, along with his extensive knowledge of the region, make him the right person to lead the business in Australia as we continue expanding in the country.” www.sparrowsgroup.comlast_img read more

September 27, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgCASTRIES, St. Lucia, CMC – A Florida-Caribbean conference will take place in the United States in December aimed at integrating the region’s lobbying efforts in Washington, St. Lucia’s Prime Minister Allen Chastanet has announced.He told a news conference here that the initiative which will be held in “early December” and had been discussed and endorsed by regional leaders during the annual summit that ended in St. Lucia on July 5.“The Governor of Florida, the Senators of Florida, the Congresspersons, both of the Democrat and the Republican Parties, and also the Mayor of Miami have endorsed this conference.“The expectation is that at a very high level that we can start integrating with the Florida politicians and assist us in our lobbying efforts in Washington,” Chastanet said, defending the choice of Florida “because it is a state where we have the greatest amount of economic impact.“In fact, almost 80 cents of every dollar that a US tourist spends in our region goes back to America and so between the airlines, cruise ships, the same natural disasters that are affecting us are also affecting Florida”.Chastanet said the same issues and sources of crime with regards to drug trafficking “are coming in the same region, so there are a lot of synergies to be had by both groups in terms of working together and I guess the last one, which is a critical one, is that the Caribbean diaspora is significant in Florida.“So, not only are we able to on an economic basis but certainly from a policy perspective and influencing voting in the region, we will make sure that the diaspora is a significant part of the conference,” he added.last_img read more

September 23, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img Related TopicsCanton McKinleyToledo Notre Dame Academy By Paul RossPhotography: NEOSI / OpiqueGBK DI Norwalk RF Canton McKinley Vs NDAIn a battle of two of Ohio’s Premiere DI Programs Canton McKinley and Toledo Notre Dame Academy (NDA) looked to punch a ticket to the 2019 DI Ohio State Finals. Both teams reached the State Tournament in 2017 with NDA finishing as 2017 DI Finals Runners-Up. Another key to this match was if Senior All-American Kierstan Bell (Ohio State) and the 10th ranked (USA Today) Ranked McKinley Bulldogs featuring the dynamic sophomore duo of Kyla Foster and Nakyah Terrell could overcome the battled tested NDA Eagles with Seniors Jala Johnson (Loyola of Chicago), Ashley Barron (Cincinnati Soccer), and freshman Grace VanSlooten.The first quarter was a feeling our process without either team being able to find a way to break out to get a cushion. Know more for her defense Barron had eight huge points to pace NDA and Bell lead McKinley with six points. Barron was able to score from the outside and by attacking the strong McKinley Defense. Bell went out late in the 1st quarter with two fouls and NDA holding an 11-10 lead. Bell started the second quarter on the bench but at the 7:03 mark in the second quarter Bell returned to the game. In the second quarter NDA took the first big shot of the game by increasing its pressure defense and out scoring McKinley 15-4 to take a 26-14 halftime lead. For McKinley no lead is to big for them to overcome with the firepower from Bell who recently passed two Ohio basketball legends in Katie Smith (Logan / Ohio State) and Semeka Randall (Garfield Heights Trinity / Tennessee) with 2,816 points.McKinley opened the third quarter with an 8-0 run to cut the NDA lead to 26-22. Junior Kenedy Flinn was the spark McKinley need to get back into the game. Flinn hit two big three’s and finished the quarter with eight points to pace McKinley in the third quarter. McKinley out scored NDA 17-5, but even with a huge 3rd quarter NDA managed to end the quarter tied with McKinley at 31 all. In this grudge match the second quarter went to NDA and the third went to Mckinley. The game would be decided in the fourth quarter. In a back and forth game McKinley established a small lead with a strong post move from Bell for the and one with 2:27 left in the 4th to take a 36-32 lead. But Johnson came right back with a strong spinning layup to cut the lead at to two with the 1st NDA basket of the fourth with 2:11 left in the game at 36-34.A foul on Nakyah Terrell send her to the line where she knocked down both free throws to push the McKinley lead back up to four at 38-34. Two huge blocks from Bell gave the ball back to McKinley with 1:30 left in the game. A one and one opportunity for McKinley was missed and Barron went back on the other end and split a one-and-one for NDA. A huge rebound from VanSlooten, then but the ball back into Barrons hands as she drove to the basket she found Sophomore Olivia Sims on the wing for the game tying three at 38-38 with :45 seconds left in the game. A McKinley turn over put the ball back into NDA’s hands to go for the game winning shot. With Bell stepping up to deny the ball for Johnson NDA called a time out to step a play to go for the win with 9.9 left in the game. Johnson got the ball and drove to the basket splinting two McKinley defenders on the spin move and knocked down the shot with 2.4 seconds remaining to give NDA a 40-38 lead. In the end Bell would put up a last chance half court shot that was wide of the mark. Note: NDA has won 6 Regional Titles over the last 8 years.The storied career of Senior Kierstan Bell will continue with participation in the McDonald’s All-American Game (March 27th, 2019) and Jordan Brand Classic (April 20th, 2019)Final: NDA 40 – McKinley 38Leading Scorers:NDAA. Barron – 12O. Sims – 10J. Johnson – 9McKinleyK. Bell – 17K. Flinn – 8K. Foster – 7Check out photos from the game below: NEO HS Stafflast_img read more

September 22, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img RELATED PHOTOS IBF light flyweight champion Akira Yaegashi trains at Ohashi Gym on Thursday. | KAZ NAGATSUKA IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 “First off, I will have to reflect on how I’ve practiced to develop myself further from this point on, and I have got to finish every fight I fight in better fashion,” Inoue said at Ohashi Gym on Thursday before resuming his workout.Inoue posted a sixth-round TKO win over compatriot Kohei Kono on Dec. 30 at Ariake Colosseum, defending his belt for the fourth time.“I’ve got to fight more perfectly in 2017,” Inoue said.The 23-year-old is expected to fight again in May. His opponent has not been finalized, but gym president Hideyuki Ohashi said the WBO could order the Japanese champion to face a designated opponent. Ohashi added that the gym will negotiate with a top super flyweight, such as Mexico’s Carlos Cuadras (35-1-1) and Roman Gonzalez to take on Inoue.The potential Inoue-Gonzalez showdown is already a hot topic among hard-core boxing fans and media around the world. Gonzalez, who won the WBC super flyweight title from Cuadras by unanimous decision last September, has a 46-0-0 record (38 KOs) and is considered one of the best boxers on the planet. Nicaragua’s “Chocolatito” is currently No. 1 on Ring Magazine’s pound-for-pound list.Inoue is known as “Monster” for his unparalleled talent, yet he humbly said that he has tons of things that he needs to improve.Though he went 3-0 last year, Inoue was bothered by fist and lower back injuries. He also struggled to get in peak physical condition.Looking ahead, Inoue suggested that it would be significant to be in his best physical condition on upcoming fight nights because he’s expected to have bigger bouts, potentially outside of Japan for the first time, this year.“Having the right condition for my fights and fighting with better balance will be what I want to improve this year,” said Inoue, a native of Zama, Kanagawa Prefecture.Shingo Inoue, the boxer’s father and trainer, agreed with his son’s point, saying that “it wouldn’t mean anything” if he puts in hard work in training but isn’t in top condition on the day of the fight.Meanwhile, IBF light flyweight champion Akira Yaegashi also got back to work for the first time since he successfully defended his title for the second time with a 12th-round TKO over Thailand’s Samartlek Kokietgym at the same event as Inoue.The 33-year-old triple-division champion is also scheduled to get in the ring in May, facing interim IBF flyweight champion Milan Melindo.Yaegashi was originally supposed to meet Melindo on Dec. 30, but the Filipino withdrew due to a nose injury and Yaegashi was assigned to fight Samartlek just a few weeks before the event.“It’s great that we already know who I’ll be fighting against at this point, because we can study him early on,” said Yaegashi, who’s recognized for his fierce toe-to-toe style of boxing. “I would like to focus on the fight and definitely win it.” Akira Yaegashi, Naoya Inoue, Kohei Kono, Ohashi Gym, Carlos Cuadras, Roman Gonzalez, Milan Melindo, Samartlek Kokietgym, Hideyuki Ohashi KEYWORDS WBO super flyweight champion Naoya Inoue punches mitts his father and trainer Shingo Inoue hold at Ohashi Gym on Thursday. | KAZ NAGATSUKA GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES Naoya Inoue, arguably Japan’s most promising boxing star, has his sights set on a lofty goal for 2017: to become a bigger global star.The unbeaten WBO super flyweight champion said that he wouldn’t hesitate to fight against the weight division’s best boxers in the world if given the chance.last_img read more

September 21, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgKentucky is No. 1 in the latest Associated Press Top 25, extending its season-long streak at the top of the rankings.The Wildcats are not the only team locked into place.For the sixth straight week, the same teams held the top seven spots in the poll, the first time that’s happened since the 1992-93 season. Though Virginia and Gonzaga swapped places two weeks ago, nothing else has changed, establishing a firm hierarchy at the top.“Those teams at the top set the standard for the rest of the teams in the country,” said Hall of Famer Bill Walton, a college basketball analyst for ESPN and the Pac-12 Networks. “I don’t know Villanova that well, but those other teams bring it every night.”The top portion of the poll has remained roughly the same all season, even when teams lose.Kentucky is the only undefeated Division I team left and has been No. 1 all season. The Wildcats (27-0) were the unanimous No. 1 for the fourth straight week after receiving all 65 first-place votes from a media panel on Monday.Virginia remained at No. 2, followed by Gonzaga, Duke, Wisconsin, Villanova and Arizona. Those teams all won, so no surprise there.Kansas lost to No. 20 West Virginia last week, but didn’t budge on the poll; the Jayhawks were No. 8 for the fourth straight week.Notre Dame stayed in the top 10 despite losses to Pittsburgh and Duke a few weeks ago, and moved up a spot to No. 9 this week after Utah lost and dropped to No. 13.Northern Iowa shook up the status quo a bit by moving into the top 10 for the first time as a program, but changes at the top end of the poll have been minute for most of the season.Unless one of those top teams comes apart over the last two weeks of the regular season, the trend is likely to continue.___TOP-10 PANTHERS: Northern Iowa (26-2) took a big step last week by reaching No. 11, its highest ranking as a program.The Panthers only moved up one spot this week, but it was a big one.After extending its win streak to 15 games last week, Northern Iowa cracked the top 10 for the first time as a program. The Panthers had been the only Division school in Iowa to not have made an appearance in the AP top 10.“Another line in the sand,” Northern Iowa coach Ben Jacobson said on Monday. “Getting in the top 25 was a big deal when we did it. Being ranked this long has been great, I’m really proud of the guys for it. The top 10 is the top 10. It’s a pretty awesome deal.”___RISING AND FALLINGWest Virginia and VCU each had the week’s biggest climb, moving up three spots.The Mountaineers were up to No. 20 after taking down No. 8 Kansas and No. 22 Oklahoma State. The Rams beat Saint Louis and UMass to reach No. 22.Louisville had the biggest drop, falling five places to No. 17 after losing to Syracuse.Butler also matched Utah’s fall, dropping four sports to No. 23 after scraping past Creighton and losing to Xavier.___IN AND OUTLast week, the same 25 teams filled the poll as the week before, though with a little shuffling.This week’s top 25 had a few changes.San Diego State was back in the poll at No. 24 after dropping out in December. The Aztecs reached No. 13 on Nov. 30, dropped out three weeks later and are back in the Top 25 after winning seven of their past eight games.No. 25 Providence is back in the poll for the first time since being ranked 21st in the final poll of the 2003-04 season.Oklahoma State dropped out from No. 22 after losing to Iowa State and West Virginia. Ohio State fell out from No. 24 after losing to unranked Michigan.last_img read more

September 18, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_imgCRISTIANO Ronaldo suffered the first Champions League red card of his career for Juventus but which games will he be suspended for? Could he miss a return to Old Trafford?The Portugal forward appeared to pull Valencia defender Jeison Murillo’s hair – and was shown a straight red card – although Juventus went on to win 2-0 without him on Wednesday.UEFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against Ronaldo and European football’s governing body will deal with the case on September 27.Unlike the Premier League’s automatic three-game ban for violent conduct, UEFA’s punishments are on a case-by-case basis.A one-game ban is automatic – with no right of appeal – but UEFA regulation 50.01 for the competition says that “in case of serious offences, the UEFA control, ethics and disciplinary body is entitled to augment this punishment”.Ronaldo, 33, will definitely miss their next Champions League game against Young Boys on October 2 – but a two-game ban would rule him out of the trip to his former side Manchester United on October 23.And if he were to be handed a three-match suspension, he would also miss Juve’s home game against United on November 7.UEFA could possibly decide to increase the ban because of the time it took Ronaldo, who was in tears, to leave the pitch.Yesterday the organisation said it was waiting to receive the referee’s report before deciding whether or not to extend the suspension.Juventus would be able to make an appeal against any increase in the ban.But former Red Devils midfielder Darren Fletcher expects the Champions League’s all-time top scorer to play both games against his old side.“It was a soft sending-off for Ronaldo, but the letter of the law says you probably cannot do that, so I think the one-match ban will probably stick,” the Stoke player told BBC Radio 5 live.“He will feel like he was letting his team-mates down in that moment, but I expect him to play in both games against Manchester United.”Former United defender Rio Ferdinand tweeted that Juventus have “surely got to appeal this”, but former Celtic forward Chris Sutton said Ronaldo had “only himself to blame … definite red”.Could VAR have saved Ronaldo?The video assistant referee (VAR) system is not being employed in the Champions League this season.Ronaldo escaped a red card while playing for Portugal against Iran in this summer’s World Cup when a VAR decision resulted in his being booked.Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri said after Wednesday’s game: “VAR would’ve helped the referee in this decision.“Going down to 10 men in the Champions League for an incident like that is disappointing. We risked losing tonight with this and we’ll miss him for the next games too.“He was disappointed, but it takes time to calm down. He must get over it, and get ready for Sunday (against Frosinone), even if they are situations that leave a bitter taste in the mouth.” (BBC Sport)last_img read more

September 17, 2020 | |Post a Comment

first_img nba jerseys Followers 0 2,848 Go To Topic Listing The Unique Sports Memorabilia Thread C-Squared nfl The Unique Sports Memorabilia Thread 2,848 Followers 0 This item is up on eBay and I found it super interesting… a team-issued jersey, custom-made for Angie Harmon, the now-ex-wife of Jason Sehorn: Posted August 30, 2017 All Activity SportsLogos.Net The Unique Sports Memorabilia Thread Sign in to follow this   Sports Logo News Link to post By C-Squared, August 30, 2017 in Sports Logo News mlb C-Squared Members Probably a gift from the team after this awesome TV moment: 0 This topic is now closed to further replies. All Activity 2,848 Sports Logos Sports Logos Share on other sites Recommended Posts Sign in to follow this   Share this post SportsLogos.Net Forums Home Sports Logo News Forums Home I always come across cool sports memorabilia and never know where to post it, so I figured this topic deserves its own thread! Post any unique sports memorabilia you find, whether it is online or from your own personal collection! 1,728 posts nhllast_img read more