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SMALL PRODUCT, big LEAP: Rich Grundy, right, president of AVTECH Software, talks about the company’s new Active Power Sensor with Marketing Manager Russel Benoit, left, and company founder and CEO Michael Sigourney, middle. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

New sensor technology boosts, expands AVTECH capabilities

INNOVATIVE COMPANIES | MANUFACTURINGChecking the power status of multiple servers in a data center is an information technology department nightmare. It’s a time-consuming and...

Kilmartin joins 17 attorney generals in SCOTUS brief on travel ban

PROVIDENCE – Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin joined 17 other attorneys general in filing a new amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court opposing...
A SIMPLE SOLUTION: Mobile Beacon staffers, from right, Lauren Yergeau, Cristina Graham and Rick Lindholm talk with Kate Aubin at the Providence Public Library about helping library patrons gain internet access through mobile devices the nonprofit supplies. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Mobile Beacon technology empowers nonprofits, those in poverty

INNOVATIVE COMPANIES | NONPROFITSince its founding by Executive Director Katherine Messier in 2010, nonprofit Mobile Beacon has extended low-cost, high-speed mobile, internet-access service to...
IN TOUCH: Citrin Cooperman’s cybersecurity services connect with clients’ operations and generate solutions, thanks in no small measure to strong communications. Pictured speaking with Director Matt Wagenknecht remotely via Skype are, from left: Suzanne Miller, principal; Michael Camacho, partner; and Kevin Ricci, director. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Citrin Cooperman IDs cyber-risks, customizes solutions

INNOVATIVE COMPANIES | PROFESSIONAL SERVICESAs a cybersecurity watchdog for its clients, Citrin Cooperman has earned its success.The firm’s technology and risk- advisory consulting practice,...

Report: Unemployment rate drops in Fall River

FALL RIVER – The unemployment rate dropped by a full percentage point from July to August, to 6 percent, The Herald News reported Sept....
PLAY BALL! Ilya Reikhrud of Gulpfish, standing, conducts a management- training session with employees of Arooga’s Grill House & Sports Bar in Warwick.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Gulpfish’s artificial intelligence streamlines job application process

INNOVATIVE COMPANIES | TECHNOLOGYMatching qualified job applicants with hiring employers can be tedious and inefficient.“Ninety-five to 98 percent of applicants drop off of online...

Value energy efficiency

Energy efficiency still reigns supreme as the least expensive and most abundant energy resource. It doesn’t generate as many headlines as other resources, such...

Who’s On the Board?

Mission: The Narragansett Council of the Boy Scouts of America provides an educational, character- and citizenship-building program to more than 13,000 youths in southeastern...

New PawSox stadium win for city, state

To the Editor,I am in favor of Senate Bills 990 and 989 and support Pawtucket’s responsible effort to construct a new stadium on its...
University of Rhode Island 
College of Engineering – Phase I
East Alumni Road, South Kingstown
Students in the University of Rhode Island’s College of Engineering will christen their new building at the start of the fall 2019 semester, marking the completion of a $125 million project that began in February. Phase I, funded by a bond issue, is the largest construction project in URI’s history. The 190,000-square-foot facility will house seven of the university’s eight engineering programs: biomedical, chemical, civil, computer, electrical, industrial and systems and mechanical (ocean is based at the Narragansett Bay campus), in addition to general university classrooms. Ballinger is the prime architect and engineer for the project, with associate architectural firm DBVW Architects. Dimeo Construction Co. is the construction management firm, and Odeh Engineers is the project’s structural engineering firm. The key feature of the five-floor building is its truss support system – often used in bridge designs – which eliminates the need for interior support columns. Three, 270-foot trusses create a four-story “bridge” that will house teaching laboratories, departmental offices, research laboratories and graduate student areas. Upon completion, the space will also include a new engineering quadrangle featuring an exterior patio, the university’s first student shop for around-the-clock equipment access and a robotics laboratory that will allow URI to hire additional faculty.  / COURTESY UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND

New Construction September 2017

University of Rhode Island College of Engineering – Phase I East Alumni Road, South Kingstown Students in the University of Rhode Island’s College of Engineering will...
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