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distributed generation power units at marginal well sites in California. Electricity produc- tion is one of the largest costs associated with oil production. In California, equipment such as pump jacks are all run by electricity and this power must be purchased from the utility grid. Partners including independent oil producers, the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission, and the California Oil Producers Electric Coopera- tive (COPE) successfully dem- onstrated the use of microtur- bine technology for electricity generation on site. By harnessing the energy in the waste gasses, the pilot projects brought shut-in fields to full production, eliminated the need to flare the gas, and reduced costs associated with oil production. Details of the project can be viewed at http:// www.netl.doe.gov/technologies/ oil-gas/Petroleum/projects/EP/ ImprovedRec/15444IOGCC. htm. Excerpts from: Methane from oil and gas operations – a source of free fuel for onsite generation? by Mark Schlagenhauf, Suzie Waltzer, Rhonda Lindsey Ja- cobs and Christopher J. Freitas RT views methane as a clean fuel and we work to help imple- ment clean fuel projects, includ- ing methane and solar projects in Pennsylvania and New Jer- sey. We also can measure and evaluate site-specific methane emissions. We will keep you informed on this issue in the RT Review http://www.rtenv. com/review.php Gary R. Brown, LSRP, PE, QEPis president of RT Envi- ronmental Services, Inc. recovery.” Think Wood is an indus- try-driven initiative that connects design and con- struction professionals to the resources they need to keep up with modern technologies and incorpo- rate them into real-world applications. The Zweig Group is an orga- nization whose mission is to help leaders and future lead- ers in the A/E/C and environ- mental consulting industries achieve success. outstanding A/E/C firms for inspiring their teams to per- form at the highest levels through providing distinctive and innovative work environ- ments.
reduced capital replacement costs, lower environmental per- mitting costs and carbon credit revenue. While in the US the gas market is well-developed, internationally, especially in developing countries, this is often not the case. Lack of gas markets represents a problem that often leads to wasting the valuable energy source of the associated gas and vented methane. This represents a unique opportunity for com- bined heat and power (CHP) developers. While the oil com- panies may use some of the gas to fuel their own operations, often the oil companies do not have expertise or interest in the power or CHP sector. But often oil companies are willing to work with developers that have an interest in this area. Natural gas is often produced in association with oil produc- tion. In the United States, the associated gas is sometimes flared where permitted, but creates air emission challenges in many places and is therefore vented. The inability to flare the amounts of gas produced has caused oil production to be shut-in for lack of compliance with regulations. This means that the valves are closed so there is no oil or gas produc- tion from the well. By adding a turbine, emissions are lowered and the valve can be reopened and production is restarted. A research pilot demonstra- tion project funded by the US Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory, is turning meth- ane gas into a valuable en- ergy source through the use of POTTSTOWN, PA — As part of their annual awards programs, Zweig Group ’s Best Firms To Work For and Hot Firms competitions, Traf- fic Planning and Design, Inc. (TPD) was ranked the #17 Best Civil Engineering Firm to Work For nationwide as well as the #40 fastest- growing firm in the nation. These competitions recognize ensures uninterrupted opera- tion following a major seismic or weather event. “The decision to go with wood,” said architect Camilla Cok, AIA, of Hennebery Eddy Architects, “helped achieve a resilient structure designed for durability, redundancy, and
nounced construction is com- plete on a new spa and retail boutique for French beauty brand Caudalie located at 823 Washington St. in the Meat- packing District of NYC. Ware Malcomb served as Architect of Record for the project. The new 1,020 s/f location will serve as a retail boutique as well as offer spa services us- ing the brand’s products. Ware Malcomb also served as Design Architect on Cau- dalie’s first-ever freestanding concept spa, L’appartement Caudalie Spa on Madison Av- enue, which opened last year at 819 Madison Ave. (at 68th Street). The spa’s design was modeled after the Paris apart- ment of the company’s founder, Mathilde Thomas. In addition, Ware Malcomb
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recently provided tenant improvement services for a 12,000 s/f office, warehouse and distribution center for Caudalie in Rutherford, NJ. “It has been exciting to work with Caudalie on a variety of projects, each with a design approach that is consistent ership team and will be di- rectly involved with the stra- tegic growth of the firm. Zak will leverage his passion for relationship-building and partnership to continue to develop shared value for Providence Engineering and our clients. Over the course of his ca- reer, Zak has developed nu- merous contacts and the ability to proactively adjust students,” said ACE Mentor Program Eastern Pennsylva- nia affiliate director Tiffany Millner, AIA, NOMA . “Every year at the breakfast, we focus on the program’s impact, with all remarks presented by ACE students and alumni. The event showcases their poise, talent, and drive for success in the integrated architecture, construction, and engineering industry.” ACE alumni Rich Vilabre- ra of Stokes Architecture, LLC ; William Bess , cur- rently attending Penn State University; DeShaye Carter , currently attending Drexel University; Kayin Bankole , currently attending Syracuse University; Jennifer Yun of JKRP Architects, LLC ; and Ajin Fatima , of the City of Philadelphia Streets Depart- ment, provided remarks about the impact of the ACE Mentor
with the brand and mission of this leading global company,” said Bill Sotomayor , regional director of Ware Malcomb’s New York office. “This new Caudalie spa and retail bou- tique will be a calm oasis in the vibrant Meatpacking District of NYC.” to market trends. His indus- try knowledge and desire to contribute to our core values is a win for both Providence and our clients. “I’m thrilled to welcome Zak to Providence’s senior leadership team” said David Bernhardt, president. “He will play a vital role in help- ing us consider, study and decide what’s next for Provi- dence in the Marketplace.” Program on their education and careers. ACE also presented three awards recognizing significant impact on the Philadelphia re- gion’s built environment: 2018 ACE Person of the Year: Douglas Carney of The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) . 2018 Collaboration of the Year: Market Street Revital- ization. Collaboration is at the core of the ACE industry. ACE honored PREIT, National Real Estate Development , and Brickstone for Fashion District Philadelphia, East Market, and The Lits Building. 2018 Project of the Year: Mastery Charter Cramer Hill Elementary School. The proj- ect features a state-of-the-art library and resource center, 3,000 s/f green roof, and com- munity rooms available for use by Camden residents.
Providence Engineering promotes Wolpert to vice president of market development
LANCASTER, PA — Providence Engineering announced the promotion of
Zak Wolp- ert to vice president of market de- velopment. In this new r o l e , Z a k w i l l j o i n Providence’s senior lead-
ACE Mentor Program announces $113K in scholarships
PHILADELPHIA, PA — The ACE Mentor Program of Eastern Pennsylvania an- nounced $113,000 in scholar- ships at the organization’s 17th Annual Scholarship Breakfast, Wednesday, May 23 at the Crystal Tea Room in Phila- delphia. Over 380 members of the design and construction community attended the cel- ebration. Nine students received ACE scholarships totaling $75,000. An additional $9,500 per year, four-year scholarship to attend Penn State University was presented by PSU Coordinator of Minority Programs and ACE board member Curt Marshall. Scholarships will enable stu- dents to continue their educa- tion in architecture, construc- tion, and engineering fields. “As our primary fundrais- er, the annual scholarship breakfast directly supports our
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