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Who can we blame?

first_imgGet your free guest access  SIGN UP TODAY 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 To continue enjoying Building.co.uk, sign up for free guest accessExisting subscriber? LOGIN 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

School designs: CLASPing at straws

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

Vanguard completes Zambia heavy lift project

first_imgThe 110 tonne mill shell, measuring 11.3 m x 5.4 m x 5.8 m, was directly offloaded from the ship onto Vanguard’s new Goldhofer multi-axle trailer with 10-axle configuration.Juan Johnson , specialised transport manager at Vanguard , said: “The mill shell was transported from Richards Bay, through Botswana and a small section of Namibia, and finally into Zambia. Vanguard, having used the same route to transport a mill shell to the Mopani Copper Mine last year, was familiar with the roads and the logistics required for the journey.”He added: “The journey to Mufulira took about six weeks, including time spent at the border, and less than one weekback to South Africa.”Vanguard’s Goldhofer multi-axle trailer with 10-axle configuration shown here transporting a 110-tonne mill shell for UTi.www.vanguard.co.zalast_img read more

Opera singer wins in online competition

first_imgCharlotte Mhlongo, a Lansdowne resident and post-graduate music student at the University of Cape Town, was among the winners of Voices of South Africa International Opera Singing competition – the worlds first online opera singing competition. Charlotte Mhlongo, 34, is elated that she was awarded The Gus and Nina prize in an online opera singing competition – the first of its kind in the world.The Lansdowne resident and University of Cape Town (UCT) post-graduate music student, entered the Voices of South Africa International Opera Singing Competition, not really expecting to win anything, but just as an encouragement to herself, as lockdown has hit her craft and livelihood hard.The competition is an initiative of London-based South African baritone, Njabulo Madlala, in response to lockdown, as singers could not perform live for audiences. Mr Madlala founded the Voices of South Africa Trust, a non-profit organisation in 2013, to support young singers from southern Africa. Ms Mhlongo, was among the soprano winners and was awarded the Gus and Nina prize, donated by Sarah-Jane Davis.She grew up listening to artists such as Sibongile Khumalo, and had a love for choral music. She was also part of her school choir, and it was while still in primary school, that her teacher entered her in an eisteddfod, where she took second place in the national competition.“Receiving a second prize on a national level is quite big and epic, and that kindled everything I am about today,” Ms Mhlongo said.She swayed from her dream when she obtained a business administration degree and worked in the corporate world for some time, but “something in you calls you back”. Lockdown has not been easy on her, she said. “It’s quite terrible. Everything just came to a standstill. I tutor high school pupils the theory of music. Now I don’t have students to teach, and no live concerts. My livelihood is now zero, and I have bills to pay. I am a wife and mother of two beautiful boys, and it did not make sense for us to move back to Nelspruit for lockdown, as we initially thought it would only be for 21 days.”She said being chosen as a winner came as a surprise. “I did not think my singing was up to standard when I entered. I did it to encourage myself. The others sounded like gold, and I did not expect to win at all. It was a pleasant surprise. “I would like to acknowledge Mr Madlala for this, because it is not just about the music, but taking us out of this dark hole. He made a huge impact. “I am also really grateful to Ms Davis for sponsoring my prize. I hope their lights keep on shining even brighter,” Ms Mhlongo said.The judges included internationally renowned South African soprano, Pumeza Matshikiza, Puerto Rican bass-baritone and opera director, Dr Carlos Conde, American conductor and pianist Kamal Khan, international British soprano Susan McCulloch and American opera star mezzo-soprano Tichina Vaughn.Said Mr Madlala: “Despite the many challenges facing South African singers at the moment, including basic needs like food and internet (access), all the singers managed to put on a great show. Our distinguished and international jury was very impressed by the level of musicality and quality of the voices.last_img read more

ETCS Level 2 goes live in southwest Poland

first_imgPOLAND: ETCS Level 2 signalling went live on the Legnica – Węgliniec – Bielawa Dolna line in Dolnośląskie voivodship on December 3. Bombardier has installed its Interflo 450 equipment, which is operating in parallel with the conventional signalling, under a 54m złoty contract awarded by infrastructure manager PKP PLK in 2010. Testing of the equipment has been underway since July, using a modified EP09 locomotive. The project forms part of the modernisation of pan-European transport corridors and has been financed through the EU Cohesion Fund. Bombardier is currently installing Interflo 450 on the 148 km Legnica – Wrocław – Opole section of the same line. This work is due to be completed in 26 months’ time.last_img read more

Bersama Yulu, Bajaj Auto di India Terjun ke Bisnis Sewa Skuter Listrik

first_imgSumber: techcrunch.com Jika Indonesia, khususnya di Jakarta belakangan ini tengah terkena demam skuter listrik, maka lain halnya dengan yang ada di India sana – tepatnya di Bangalore, dimana yang belakangan ini tengah menjadi sorotan adalah hadirnya platform ride-sharing sepeda listrik. Dikabarkan, salah satu startup asal Bangalore, Yulu mempertahankan kemitraannya dengan Uber dan Bajaj Auto guna terus menyediakan platform tersebut.Baca Juga: Swytch Conversion Kit, Ubah Sepeda Konvensional Jadi Sepeda ListrikSeperti yang diwartakan KabarPenumpang.com dari laman techcrunch.com (26/11), Yulu sendiri diketahui memiliki 3.000 unit sepeda listrik, dimana pengguna jasa yang hendak menggunakannya tidak akan dimintai SIM – tidak seperti sepeda motor yang memerlukan SIM. Para pengguna jasa dapat menyewa satu unit sepeda listrik ini dengan harga 14 sen per satu jam penggunaan. Dengan beragam pendanaan yang didapat, rencananya Yulu akan menambah hingga 100.000 unit sepeda listrik pada akhir tahun 2020 mendatang. “Di Yulu kami menemukan mitra yang berpengalaman dan berkomitmen dengan pencapaian yang kuat dari metrik keberhasilan dalam waktu yang sangat singkat. Dan inilah mengapa kami memutuskan untuk bermitra dengan mereka dalam perjalanan mereka membawa layanan Yulu ke setiap lingkungan di Urban India,” ujar Managing Director Bajaj Auto, Rajiv Bajaj.Kemitraan Yulu dengan Bajaj Auto tidak hanya sekedar di pendanaan saja, melainkan juga Bajaj Auto lebih memiliki pengalaman dalam membangun ekosistem transportasi roda dua di India.“Mereka (Bajaj Auto) jelas memiliki pemahaman yang lebih baik tentang konteks (transportasi) India,” tutur pendiri Yulu, Amit Gupta.Berkenaan dengan operasional, dikabarkan Yulu sudah mendapatkan ijin untuk beroperasi di New Delhi, dimana startup ini sudah mengantongi ijin untuk beroperasi di 250 stasiun bawah tanah di sana, “dimana kami sudah mengoperasikan sepeda listrik ini di sembilan stasiun bawah tanah,” lanjut Amit.Baca Juga: Wiz, Skuter Listrik Wanita yang Mampu Melaju 80 Kilometer Per JamUntuk modanya sendiri, sepeda listrik ini diplot dapat berakselerasi hingga kecepatan 25 km per jam, dengan daya ketahanan baterai hingga 60 km perjalanan dalam sekali pengisian daya. Jika ada pengguna jasa yang hendak menggunakan sepeda listrik ini, maka mereka hanya butuh untuk memesannya via aplikasi dan pergi ke spot penyewaan terdekat. Jika sudah selesai menggunakan moda, maka yang harus dilakukan oleh pengguna saja adalah memulangkan sepeda listrik tersebut ke depot dekat – tidak perlu ke depot peminjaman awal.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading… RelatedOjO, Skuter Listrik Hasil Kolaborasi Austin Commuter Scooter27/01/2019In “Darat”BMW Siap Hadirkan ‘Satu Paket Komplit’ Sepeda Motor Listrik01/01/2020In “Darat”Bantu Kurangi Polusi Udara, Bajaj Listrik Piaggio Ape Mulai Merambah India24/12/2019In “Darat”last_img read more

City Women sign Sophie Baggaley on loan

first_imgBaggaley, 20, joined the Blue Girls in 2014 and has gone on to make 18 appearances to date for the Midlands outfit.An England youth international, Baggaley has represented her country at Under-17, 19, 20 and 23 level, and recently won the Nordic Cup with the Under-23 squad.On her move to the West Country, the young shot-stopper says she is excited about the prospect of working with manager Willie Kirk and goalkeeping coach Neil Moore.She said: “When I heard the Vixens were interested in taking me on loan I didn’t hesitate to come down, look at the facilities and meet the coaching staff.“My aim for this season is to play as much as I can and develop under a manager that values youth development, which is a massive draw of this club.“Caitlin Leach and Aimee Watson are fantastic keepers and I am looking forward to us spurring each other on and bringing out the best in one another in the season ahead.”Kirk said of his latest recruit: “The plan was always to bring in another goalkeeper for the 2017/18 WSL 1 season to add competition to that area. By bringing in Sophie we have certainly done that.“She is an extremely hard-working goalkeeper, who is technically very good and has strong distribution. I am excited to see how far both Sophie and Caitlin can push each other.“We also have young Aimee, who shall continue to work hard in training with the first team and carry on developing.”last_img read more

Transfer gossip: Wolves linked with Murphy

first_imgSky Sports News HQ are reporting that Wolves have made an enquiry about the availability of Norwich forward Josh Murphy.Embed from Getty Images The 21-year-old from Wembley, who has scored seven goals this season, has been linked with a number of clubs in recent months.Sky say Norwich are discussing a new deal for Murphy and that the club are keen to keep him at Carrow Road. AdChoices广告 Speculation over McCormack Sky Sports News HQ are reporting that Ross McCormack, who has been linked with a return to Fulham, is unsettled in the West Midlands and keen to move back to London. McCormack has failed to make an impact at Aston Villa since leaving Craven Cottage in the summer and has been criticised by boss Steve Bruce for missing training.Sky say Villa would be willing to let McCormack leave during this month’s transfer window but that no formal offers have so far been made. Villa supposedly want Furlong Embed from Getty Images The Birmingham Mail have picked up on claims Aston Villa are interested in Darnell Furlong.West London Sport recently revealed that QPR are keen to extend the 21-year-old right-back’s contract.A transfer-gossip website has since claimed that Villa and a number of other clubs are keen on Furlong, whose current contract is due to expire at the end of the season. Fulham linked with Sutton hero Embed from Getty Images Bees and Fulham linked with Akpom Embed from Getty Images Millwall and Coventry City have shown an interest in Alan McCormack, the Mail say.McCormack, 33, has made only three league appearances for Brentford this season, the most recent of which came in October.The Bees are reportedly willing to let him leave on loan in order for him to get game time elsewhere. Brentford and Fulham are interested in taking Chuba Akpom on loan from Arsenal, according to The Times. Cardiff City are also said to be keen on the 21-year-old forward, who made four appearances for Brenford during a loan spell at Griffin Park in 2014. The Times say he could be allowed out on loan again and that a move to the Championship is likely. QPR linked with Hibs forwardEmbed from Getty Images  Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles People from Local Area Become Rich – Thanks to This New £250 Investment x This Video Will Soon Be Banned. Watch Before It’s Deleted. x Easy Way to Generate Extra Income x Last Nights Episode Left Viewers Speechless! x 20 Heartbreaking Photos North Korea Didn’t Want Released x This 70s Star Was Every Guy’s Dream Girl. Try Not to Gasp when You See Her Now! x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook It is claimed that Fulham want Sutton United midfielder Roarie Deacon.The Wandsworth-born 25-year-old, who was at Arsenal as a youngster, scored a stunning goal as Sutton beat AFC Wimbledon in the FA Cup this week.That has inevitably triggered reports of interest from various clubs – and The Sun claim Fulham and Rotherham are interested.Peterborough United are also said to be monitoring the player. Hogan speculation Crystal Palace and Watford remain interested in Scott Hogan, The Guardian say.West Ham are keen to sign the Brentford striker and talks between the two clubs are ongoing.Watford recently made an enquiry about Hogan, 24, and The Guardian suggest the Hornets are still keen.Palace have also been linked with Hogan. There have been reports that West Ham are close to agreeing a deal to sign him.The Mail claimed on Tuesday that a breakthrough had been reached, with the Hammers said to be offering a deal worth a total of £13.5m. Coventry and Millwall linked with McCormack Embed from Getty Images It is claimed that QPR are interested in Hibernian striker Jason Cummings.A host of players north of the border have been linked with QPR by the Scottish media.And the Daily Record now suggest that both the R’s and Barnsley are monitoring the 21-year-old Cummings. last_img read more

Bloomington Thunder “reincarnation?”

first_img Phoenix is a bangwagon town Sports Logo News 0 1,535 nash61 Members Share on other sites Followers 0 71 Posted July 24, 2013 Recommended Posts sbirgells Share on other sites Bloomington Thunder “reincarnation?” Bloomington Thunder “reincarnation?” Share this post 0 Posted July 24, 2013 Followers 0 sbirgells 0 MarkAtnip “I see you’re drinking 1%” rams80 Actually the logo for the youth club, when altered to the new team colors is pretty sharp. (except for the gradient) 0 Batman Forever font! Bloomington Flying Sphincters! nash61 Sign in to follow this   Posted July 24, 2013 12,229 posts Favourite Logos:Johnny Canuck, Hartford Whalers, Lady Liberty, Stinger, Pre-Edge London Knights, Philadelphia Eagles, Florida Gators Members 19,560 posts 0 Yep, at least the youth logo incorporates more of the “Iron Horse” look of the “Prairie Thunder” that was the old locomotive on the Central Illinois rails. Share on other sites Share this post MarkAtnip 1 71 Link to post Bloomington ThunderThe railroad correlation makes sense, I can appreciate the compromise due to legalities, but the logo itself is disappointing (particularly if you’re going with the railroad theme, go era-appropriate when Bloomington’s railroad prominence was historically significant). And don’t get me started on purple/silver/black. Way to conform to a decade-old trend. 1 Share this post Sports Logos 1,535 By sbirgells, July 24, 2013 in Sports Logo News Share this post Members SportsLogos.Net 0 sbirgells Sodboy13 5,159 All Activity Posted July 24, 2013 Favourite Logos:Barcelona DragonsHartford WhalersUS Soccer RattlesnakeJoliet Slammers “J-Bird”NBA All-Star New Orleans Crawfish Members Location:Effington Sign in to follow this   275 posts sbirgells 35,626 posts Members Share this post 1 36 posts OchentaYOcho88 That logo isn’t even suitable for the youth club they named themselves after.The Thunder will open the SPHL season at home against Peoria on Oct. 25. While the complete schedule is not yet final, a majority of Bloomington home games will be on weekends.A home preseason game against the Rivermen has been scheduled for Oct. 19, with general admission tickets priced at $7.”The Thunder’s first road contests come against the Rivermen in a back-to-back weekend set in Peoria, followed by a lengthy seven-game home stand against the Peoria Rivermen, leading directly into four solid months of back-and-forth contests with the Peoria Rivermen.” Location:Back to Back division titles! First time since 78-79 (!!) Share this post Well, at least I feel better about the new Rivermen logo now. Absolutely painful to look at the Blaze logos and set then look at this crap! If I were a bigger Blaze fan I’d be disgusted. 4,078 Go To Topic Listing MarkAtnip 0 1 Share this post 0 Posted July 24, 2013 0 Link to post Share this post Posted July 24, 2013 1 Share on other sites Link to post Link to post SportsLogos.Net Members Link to post Share on other sites 0 Link to post MarkAtnip 1 Posted July 24, 2013 Share on other sites Members Posted July 24, 2013 Share this post 2018 NFC West Champs! rtrich11 0 Posted July 24, 2013 72 4,078 All Activity 0 Sports Logo News Members Sodboy13 5,159 0 Forums Home Share on other sites 926 posts 36 posts Link to post 4,078 Link to post OchentaYOcho88 rtrich11 72 71 2,592 posts 72 Location:CHI-TOWN Bloomington Thunder “reincarnation?” 0 0 Forums Home 5,159 Share on other sites This topic is now closed to further replies. 1,535 The first reports showed a royal blue, black and white version of the logo shown below. WJBC later showed a version of the logo in the new team colors, which were announced as a “LA Kings Style” purple, black, white. Later in the afternoon I found of this was on Pantagraph.com and they showed this as the new logo. It would appear that this is the “final” logo of the day. Tom Richards rams80 275 posts Share on other sites Sports Logos Members Link to postlast_img read more

Eagle FC is Divine football champs

first_imgBuoyed by a large partisan crowd at the Mackenzie Sports Club [MSC] ground, Linden, tournament favourite Eagles FC defeated Botofago 3-1 to clinch the inaugural Divine Entertainment Summer Super Cup Football Championship on Saturday.  The contest was evenly fought, as both teams crafted several opportunities in their search of the title. Eagles secured the perfect start, as they got off the mark in the sixth minute compliments of an Omar Brewley conversion.This lead would remain intact heading into the halftime interval. The resumption of play initially seemed to benefit Botofago, as they levelled proceedings in the 51st minute via a conversion from talisman Dequan Hercules.However two goals in the space of nine minutes sealed the title for the Eagles outfit.   With the match seemingly destined for the extra time interval, Donovan Francis made his presence felt, recording a timely effort in the 79th minute to hand his side a 2-1 advantage. The aforesaid conversion sent the venue into a frenzy.The contest was then sealed in the 88th minute, as Kellon Primo etched his name on the scorer’s sheet.  With the win, Eagles FC pocketed $600,000 and the championship trophy.On the other hand, the runner-up collected $400,000 and the respective accolade. In the third place playoff, Capital FC defeated Net-Rockers 3-1. Veteran forward Tony ‘Spirit’ Adams tallied a hat-trick in the 26th, 54th and 82nd minute. For Net-Rockers, Deshawn Joseph found the back of the net in the 40th minute.Due to the outcome, Capital FC collected $200,000 and the respective trophy, with Net-Rockers pocketing $100,000.Complete Results FinalEagles-3 vs Botofago-1Eagles Scorers Omar Brewley-6thDonovan Francis-79thKellon Primo-88thBotofago Scorer Dequan Hercules-51st3rd PlaceCapital FC-3 vs Net-Rockers-1 Capital ScorerTony Adams-26th, 54th and 82ndNet-Rocker Scorer Deshawn Joseph-40thlast_img read more