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Texas, Michigan, California Top Industry Rankings

Business Facilities

Texas, Michigan, California have each nabbed top industry rankings in Business Facilities' 18th Annual Rankings Report.

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Samuel Ashley Jr. on Sustainability in Long-Term Projects

Construction Business Owner

But when Japanese Solderless Terminals (JST) approached Michigan-based Cunningham-Limp with a grand vision of a campus that preserved the surrounding forest, the company couldn’t say no, said President Samuel Ashley Jr. The campus is now the most sustainable construction site in Michigan, according to Ashley. Samuel Ashley Jr.

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SK Siltron Investing $302M In Michigan Semiconductor Wafer Plant

Business Facilities

Michigan-based SK Siltron CSS, a manufacturer of semiconductor wafers used in power system components, will invest $302 million and create up to 150 jobs in Monitor Township, MI. million Michigan Business Development Program performance-based grant. million Michigan Business Development Program performance-based grant.

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Michigan Governor: “Our State Will be Competitive.”

Business Facilities

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer lauds bi-partisan agreement to attract interest in the state. The post Michigan Governor: “Our State Will be Competitive.” appeared first on Business Facilities Magazine.

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Future of Net Zero Energy Buildings for Michigan Business Owners

Wolgast Corporation

These aren’t new concepts, but with the flurry of attention on energy savings, we wanted to check into the current status for Michigan Commercial Building Owners. Since the Michigan Energy Code (2015) was adopted in 2017 in Michigan, how far are our Commercial Building owners from achieving Net Zero Energy Building Ready?

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Michigan OSHA Targets Silica Exposure

Construction Equipment

Michigan OSHA (MIOSHA) will conduct inspections at job sites where workers are most likely to be exposed to respirable crystalline silica as part of the agency’s recently launched emphasis program aimed at reducing exposure to silica and preventing silicosis, reports Safety+Health magazine, the…

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MSF Supports Job Creation, Economic Growth Across Michigan

Business Facilities

The Michigan Strategic Fund (MSF) recently approved projects including business expansions in Zeeland, Detroit, and Sterling Heights; community revitalization projects in Lansing.