July 2010 Business News

July 2010 Vol. 65 No. 7
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Dexter + Chaney has tailored the web site to the primary industries that Spectrum serves: electrical, heavy/highway/utility, general construction and mechanical/HVACR contracting. Within those, the web site categorizes the information by specific areas of a contractor’s business. Those include operational functions like equipment management, service and project management, as well as financial areas and business intelligence.

The home page features in-the-field images depicting electrical, heavy/highway/utility, general construction and mechanical/HVACR contracting. Simply click on an image to see how Spectrum helps construction companies in that industry, and it provides links to products and services designed for them.

The tailored sections of the site also include quotes from Dexter + Chaney clients about the benefits of using Spectrum in their industries and a description of Spectrum’s technology. www.dexterchaney.com

GEI Consultants
GEI Consultants Inc., a leading geotechnical, water resources, environmental and ecological science and engineering firms, announced that it has hired six senior professionals within the firm’s Pacific region to provide enhanced service and technical expertise to its clients.

They include: Timothy B. Anenson, vice president-regional manager; Mark Freitas, P.E., G.E. and Leonard J. Sansone, P.E., G.E. as principal geotechnical engineers; and Joseph F. Long, P.E., Ronald F. Muller, P.E., and Jeffrey Twitchell, P.E. as senior consultants. 888.GEI-WORX, www.geiconsultants.com

Cardno TBE
Nicolas Zembillas, senior vice president for Cardno TBE based in Clearwater, FL, was named by Civil Engineering News magazine as one of the 15 most influential people in the civil engineering industry today.

According to the article, called the “Power List”, Zembillas who is in charge of international subsurface utility engineering for Cardno TBE, was recognized for being instrumental in introducing subsurface utility engineering (SUE) to federal and state transportation agencies throughout the United States, Canada, China, the United Kingdom and Australia. SUE is a relatively new process that incorporates civil engineering, surface geophysics, surveying and mapping, non-destructive excavation, and asset management technologies to locate identify, and classify underground utilities. SUE has proven to help manage risks, avoid costly conflicts and reduce project delays.