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New Staff Members

We are pleased to announce two new staff members who have joined the Mid-South Engineering Team.

John Gamble joined the group on March 17, 2015, as a Structural Designer. John’s role will be working on multiple structural projects with other Designers and Engineers. John comes from an architectural background with bachelor’s in Architectural Technology from New York Institute of Technology. His most recent position working as an architectural/structural designer was with a local architectural/structural engineering firm.

Morgan Price joined the group on April 13, 2015, as a Project Administrator. Morgan’s role will be primarily working closely with the managers...

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2015 Northeast Biomass Heating Expo

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Join us on April 16-18, for the 2015 Northeast Biomass Heating Expo. The region’s largest biomass heating conference will be held at the Cross Insurance Arena in Portland, Maine. The 7th annual event will unite a diverse audience from the biomass fuel, supply chain, developer, manufacturer, and government sectors to break barriers and ground for biomass thermal and combined heat and power (CHP) systems. We will be located at booth 34.

For complete information, visit the conference website
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2015 International Biomass Conference and Expo

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The conference will be held on April 20-22, 2015 at the Minneapolis Convention Center, Minneapolis, MN. This event unites industry professionals from all sectors of the world’s biomass industries. We will be located at Booth 721. Stop by and see us!

For complete information, visit the conference website at http://www.biomassconference.com

We look forward to seeing you there!

Code Matters | What is required for an Emergency Action Plan?

by Karen Griffin, Staff Architect

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Question:
What is required for an Emergency Action Plan?

Referenced Codes:
The International Building Code (IBC), Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA standards 29 CFR 1910.38), NFPA 101 Life Safety Code

The short OSHA Answer:
If there are more than 10 employees at a facility, a written Emergency Action Plan (EAP) will be required. If there are fewer than 10, the plan may be communicated EVERY...

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