Technology Park announced today that Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc has made the decision to lease additional space at the 177-acre Technology Park corporate campus in South Burlington, Vermont. Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc will lease approximately 22,000 square feet of office space in an existing LEED certified Class A commercial office building at 55 Community Drive. In addition, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc. has also leased 8,632 square feet at 30 Community Drive also within Technology Park for a new data center. This 275,000 square foot building is ideally suited to hosting data center operations due to redundant power fed through an onsite substation, substantial cooling capacity, low electricity rates and a secure and strategic location. Interior tenant improvements for both spaces will be constructed by ReArch Company (www.rearchcompany.com(link is external)) of South Burlington.Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc. had previously announced in March 2011 that they had leased 53,500 square feet at 124 Technology Park Way, a new Class A commercial office building designed and constructed to LEED Gold standards.Technology Park offers its corporate clients and their employees a strategic and highly desirable location, prominent and elegant building and landscape architecture designed and built using sustainable and environmentally responsible principles, competitive leasing and operating rates and an outstanding overall work environment. Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc.’s recent decision to expand their presence at the campus by leasing space at both 55 Community Drive and 30 Community Drive in addition to 124 Technology Park Way is yet another example of Vermont’s most discriminating and successful corporations choosing to locate their operations at Technology Park. 10.20.2011 (www.vermonttechnologypark.com(link is external)) (www.gmcr.com(link is external))
ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Lauren Culp Lauren Culp is the Publisher & CEO at CUInsight.com.She leads the growing team at CUInsight, works with organizations serving credit unions to maximize their brand and exposure, connects … Web: https://www.cuinsight.com Details Welcome to the CUInsight Minute, sixty seconds from our Publisher & CEO Lauren Culp with the top three of our favorite things from the week.Mentioned this week:Educating emerging leaders is the future of credit unionsby JOHN PEMBROKE, CUESAt CUES, we believe that investing in the next generation of leaders is incredibly important to the credit union industry.This is why our mission includes educating and developing future leaders. (read more)Top 5 ways to improve collection performanceby JONATHAN BARKLEY, SWBCWhen it comes to collections, cutting costs while also improving performance may seem like a tall order—especially when the resources you have to dedicate to time, personnel, and technology are already spread too thin. (read more)Lessons from Dolittle: Five ways to grow long-term impact with a diverse teamby TANSLEY STEARNS, CANVAS CREDIT UNIONI love the movies. I relish great storytelling and suspending my disbelief to immerse in another world. Now that she’s getting a bit older, my daughter MacKenzie and I have created a joint hobby of finding films that we may both enjoy. (read more)
Economy, Education, Environment, Infrastructure, Innovation, Jobs That Pay, PAsmart, Round-Up, The Blog, Transportation, Workforce Development This month, Governor Wolf continued to welcome expanding companies to the Keystone State, launched numerous partnerships to provide critical skills to tomorrow’s workforce, and announced nearly a billion dollars in projects to improve Pennsylvania’s infrastructure and air quality.Attracting Employers and Creating New JobsThe commonwealth continued to welcome companies seeking to expand their manufacturing footprint in a location that can provide the talent and resources necessary for long term growth.This month, Governor Wolf announced business expansion plans and small business loan approvals that will help create and retain nearly 1,000 jobs across the commonwealth.Bolstering a Competitive WorkforceSince taking office, Governor Wolf has made it a priority to support programs that prepare Pennsylvanians for 21st century jobs that pay.Building on that effort, the governor announced workforce development programs have supported the training of more than 120,000 workers since the start of the Wolf Administration.In addition, the governor launched a new fellowship program to partner university students with local manufacturers and announced $2 million to support more than 600 summer internship programs across Pennsylvania.Improving Pennsylvania’s Infrastructure and EnvironmentOver the last month, Governor Wolf announced more than $921 million in projects to improve roads, bridges, public transportation, and water infrastructure across Pennsylvania. In addition, the governor announced more than $118 million in new grant and rebate programs, funded by the U.S. EPA settlement with Volkswagen Group of America, to improve air quality in the Keystone State.Highlights from April – May 2018Governor Wolf Announces Funding to Increase Welding Training Opportunities in Bedford and Somerset CountiesGovernor Wolf Announces $60 Million Investment in Water Infrastructure Projects in 12 CountiesGovernor Wolf Celebrates Revitalization at Groundbreaking Ceremony for The Highline in PittsburghPennsylvania Submits Nominations for Qualified Opportunity Zones to U.S. Department of TreasuryGovernor Wolf Announces Administration’s Efforts Helped More Than 2,000 Companies Train Their Existing WorkforcePennsylvania Investing More Than $2.8 Million to Expand Summer Internship ProgramsWolf Administration Previews 2018 Northeastern Region Construction Season, Highlights Recycled Asphalt Paving ProgramWolf Administration Previews 2018 Indiana-based Region Construction Season, Highlights ProjectsGovernor Wolf Announces Expansion of USSC Group, Creation of More Than 240 Manufacturing Jobs in Chester CountyGovernor Wolf Announces IRIS USA Expanding into Pennsylvania and Creating 95 New Jobs in Luzerne CountyGovernor Wolf Highlights PAsmart Workforce Proposal at Monroe Career and Technical InstituteGovernor Wolf Launches New Fellowship Program to Connect Students and Manufacturers to Advance Innovation in PennsylvaniaGovernor Wolf Announces New Small Business Loan Approvals for Eight Projects in Six Counties, Supporting Nearly 700 JobsGovernor Wolf Announces Grant for New Manufacturing Training Program in the Lehigh ValleyGovernor Wolf: 82 Improvement Projects to Bolster Public Transit, Communities Across PennsylvaniaGovernor Wolf Announces $2 Million in Business Education Partnership Grants for In-Demand JobsGovernor Wolf Announces $118 Million Volkswagen Settlement to Fund New Air Pollution Reduction ProgramGovernor Wolf Announces New Funding to Expand Machining, Welding Training Programs in Northwest PennsylvaniaHighlights from Instagram By: The Office of Governor Tom Wolf May Jobs That Pay Update: Attracting Employers, Bolstering a Competitive Workforce, Improving Infrastructure May 16, 2018 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
McDermott and CB&I said that the Federal Trade Commission has granted early termination of the waiting period under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976, as amended, with respect to their proposed combination.As previously announced on December 18, 2017, McDermott and CB&I have agreed to combine in an all-stock transaction to create a vertically integrated onshore-offshore company with an enterprise value of approximately $6 billion.Under the terms of the proposed combination, upon completion, McDermott stockholders will own approximately 53 percent of the combined company on a fully diluted basis and CB&I shareholders will own approximately 47 percent.Following completion of the transaction, the combined company will be headquartered in the Houston area. David Dickson, current president and chief executive officer of McDermott, will be president and chief executive officer of the combined company.The combination remains subject to regulatory clearance in Russia, approval by McDermott’s and CB&I’s shareholders, completion of financing and other closing conditions.
USC is coming into national signing day with what could be one of its most promising recruiting classes in recent history, but many uncertainties remain, especially after a slew of decommits on Tuesday.USC had eight verbal commitments on Tuesday morning, but that number is down to five after Jalen Ramsey — a five-star cornerback on Rivals.com — and four-star defensive ends Jason Hatcher and Torrodney Prevot informed USC that they will no longer sign with the Trojans.Pressure is on · Head coach Lane Kiffin is hoping to come away with a top-ten recruiting class when the dust settles on Wednesday. — Carlo Acenas | Daily TrojanUSC has room for 18 new players this season. Seven players have already enrolled early for the spring, making those players, headed by five-star quarterback Max Browne and five-star safety Su’a Cravens, a lock for the Trojans. For the rest of the recruiting class, nothing is binding until a letter of intent is faxed in today. With five verbal commitments, USC currently has six spots to fill.After losing both defensive ends in its recruiting class, USC has its eyes set on defensive lineman Eddie Vanderdoes, a five-star recruit who decommitted from the Trojans on Dec. 27.Vanderdoes, the No. 2-ranked defensive tackle from Placer High, is now considering Alabama, Notre Dame and UCLA alongside USC. He visited Alabama’s campus on Saturday and voiced his satisfaction with the program on Twitter.Vanderdoes will announce his school choice at 5 p.m. PST.Four-star outside linebacker Quinton Powell is considered a favorite to sign with USC. Powell, a good friend and former teammate of USC defensive tackle Leonard Williams at Mainland High, had narrowed down his decision to either USC or Florida on his Twitter, but the Gators revoked their scholarship offer to Powell on Saturday.Powell has extended his options to include South Carolina, Oregon and Miami and will announce his decision on ESPNU at 9:15 a.m.USC has an outside chance at landing five-star defensive tackle A’Shawn Robinson, who visited USC in December but currently has a verbal commitment with Alabama. Robinson will announce his choice at 12:30 p.m.The Trojans are also hoping to catch five-star linebacker Matthew Thomas, who visited USC on Jan. 18 and has the Trojans on a list that includes Alabama, Florida State, Georgia and Miami. Thomas will announce his decision on ESPNU at 6:15 a.m.Ramsey had been committed to the Trojans since July of last year, but the commitment was especially precarious after USC fired defensive backs coach Marvin Sanders in January. He announced his intent to sign with Florida State on Tuesday.Prevot committed to the Trojans in July 2012, but after favorable visits last week to Texas A&M and Oregon, Prevot will likely sign with either the Aggies or the Ducks.This is the second time that Hatcher has decommitted from the Trojans in the last two weeks. He first decommitted from the Trojans on Jan. 22 but recommitted to USC on Jan. 29, after hosting an in-home visit with USC coach Lane Kiffin, defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast and receivers coach Tee Martin.On Tuesday, Hatcher’s mother announced that he will sign with Kentucky.Along with Hatcher, Prevot, Ramsey and Vanderdoes, USC lost verbal commitments from five-star athlete Max Redfield, four-star defensive end Kylie Fitts and four-star wide receivers Eldridge Massington and Sebastian LaRue. Redfield, Massington and LaRue are currently committed to Notre Dame, UCLA and Texas A&M, respectively.USC currently has five verbal commits from offensive linemen Nico Falah and Khaliel Rodgers, linebacker Michael Hutchings, wide receiver Steven Mitchell and running back Ty Isaac.Each player is a four-star recruit aside from Isaac, a five-star recruit. Hutchings, Isaac, Mitchell and Rodgers are considered solid commits.Hindered by NCAA sanctions until the 2015 season, USC is restricted to offering 15 scholarships a year instead of 25 and can have a total of 75 players on scholarship rather than 85.
Tipp FM will bring you live updates from both of today’s semi-finals at Semple Stadium.First up at two o’ clock is the meeting of Thurles Sarsfields and Templederry Kenyons.That’s then followed at 3:30 by the clash of the champions Loughmore-Castleiney and Mullinahone. In the rest of today’s games, Toomevara play Roscrea in a North U21 A Hurling tie, with throw-in at Moneygall set for 11:30.At 12:00 in Golden Rosegreen and Solohead contest the West Junior B Hurling Group 1 Final, while, at the same time in Group 2 of the West’s U21 B Hurling Knockavilla Kickhams meet Lattin Cullen Gaels in Bansha.Turning to the South and it’s Moyle Rovers versus Ballybacon Grange in Clonmel in Group 2 of the South U21 B Hurling.The other game from that competition also throws in at 12; that’s Grangemockler Davins against Anner Gaels in Monroe.And Cloughjordan is the venue at 3 for the North U21 A Hurling clash of Burgess and Kildangan.Elsewhere, there’s Tipperary interest in today’s Munster Club Hurling Quarter-Final at Walsh Park where Ballygunner take on Cratloe. The Premier County’s club champions will face the winner of that game in the semis.Throw-in there is at 2:30.