Civil engineers – HC Ingenieria http://hcingenieria.com/ Sun, 20 Nov 2022 18:38:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://hcingenieria.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/favicon-20.png Civil engineers – HC Ingenieria http://hcingenieria.com/ 32 32 City plans to build firing range, Mitchell City Council to consider approving engineers’ assessment for two sites – Mitchell Republic https://hcingenieria.com/city-plans-to-build-firing-range-mitchell-city-council-to-consider-approving-engineers-assessment-for-two-sites-mitchell-republic/ Sun, 20 Nov 2022 18:38:00 +0000 https://hcingenieria.com/city-plans-to-build-firing-range-mitchell-city-council-to-consider-approving-engineers-assessment-for-two-sites-mitchell-republic/ MITCHELL – A new line of firearms may be coming to Mitchell. On Monday, Mitchell City Council will consider approving an agreement to begin evaluating a pair of potential sites where the city is considering building a shooting range in Mitchell. The council will meet at 6 p.m. The range would include short and long […]]]>

MITCHELL – A new line of firearms may be coming to Mitchell.

On Monday, Mitchell City Council will consider approving an agreement to begin evaluating a pair of potential sites where the city is considering building a shooting range in Mitchell. The council will meet at 6 p.m.

The range would include short and long range rifle options, including 100 and 200 yard ranges and 500 and 1,000 yard ranges, according to city documents. In addition, it is proposed to include gun bays in the project, if it comes to fruition.

According to city officials, the proposed shooting range would not feature trap shooting with a shotgun.

In a note attached to the council agenda, Director of Public Works Joe Schroeder noted that there are two sites that a team of engineers will assess. The sites the city is considering have yet to be publicly announced.

The city recommends hiring Civil Design Inc. to assess the layout of potential range locations. The engineer’s appraisal work is estimated at $11,000.

Civil Design Inc. outlined the engineering and other work related to the site assessment in a memo to the city, which would provide a preliminary cost for the project and lead to a community stakeholder meeting.

Civil Design Inc. also reported that city officials referred to the Watertown City Firing Range as a “preferred layout.”

Schroeder noted in his memo that the city could explore financial assistance for the project through the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks.

The following will be considered part of the consent agenda:

  • Approve the minutes and reports of the following meetings: Special meetings of the municipal council of November 7 and November 14.
  • Approve committee and department reports.
  • Approve the following raffle permit: Mitchell Community Scholarship Fund, draw to be held February 27th.
  • Approve the 2023 renewal of vehicle rental company applications.
  • Approve a change order to AGE Corporation for the construction of Cell #4 at the Mitchell Landfill.
  • Approve gas and fuel quotes.
  • Approve November 21 salary estimates.
  • Approve invoices, payroll, salary adjustments, new hires, authorization of recurring payments and other expenses.

Other business:

  • Recite the Pledge of Allegiance and receive the Harvest Community Church Summons.
  • Listen to citizen feedback.
  • Meet as an adjustment board.
  • Hold hearings and take action on the following requests: Joni and Josh Rasmussen requested a waiver of the minimum front yard setback of 8 feet from 25 feet and the side corner yard setback of 16 feet from 20 feet to build a wraparound porch and relocate the existing front door from the southwest corner of the house to the south side located at 322 S. Wisconsin St., legally described as Lots 7 & 8, Block 12, Railroad Addition , in the town of Mitchell. Said building is zoned single-family residential area (R2); Application by Gold Key Properties LLC for a Conditional Use Permit for multi-family dwellings between 5 and 12, located at 705, 707 and 711 S. Davison St., legally described as View Addition Lots 54-56, in the town of Mitchell. The property is zoned medium density family residential area (R3); Gold Key Properties LLC’s application for a variation of the minimum front and rear yard setback from 22 feet to 25 feet for the construction of a four-plex with attached garages, located at 705 S. Davison St., legally described as Lots 54 -56 from Overlook, in the town of Mitchell. The property is zoned in an average family residential area (R3).
  • Schedule the following hearings for December 5: Ethan Co-op Lumber’s application for Robert and Sherri Porter’s variance permit to build a 3,136 square foot vs. 2,000 square foot attached garage, located at 5210, Fiala Road, legally described as Lot 14 of the Fiala Addition in the Northwest Quarter of Sections 4, Township 103 North, Range 60 West of the Fifth Principal Meridian; HiWings LLC’s Application for a Conditional Use License for the Sale of Alcohol (on-site), located at 40580 250th St., legally described as Kelley tract 1, a subdivision of the Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter, Kelley Tracts 1A and 2, a subdivision of the southern half of the southeast quarter, west 208.75′ of the south 208.75′ of the southeast quarter, all in Section 36, Township 104 North, Range 61 west of the fifth prime meridian, in the city of Mitchell. The property is zoned within an urban development district.
  • Reconvene in city council.
  • Hold hearings on the following liquor license applications: an application to transfer the malt beverage RB‐3124 Retail (on-off sale) and the SD Farm Wine license from Jeremy Jensen, doing business as Jensen Capital & Development, LLC, to Austen LLC, doing business as, Corn Palace Inn, located at 1001 South Burr Street; An application by Jonathan Herron, doing business as Los Dos Amigos LLC, located at 108 N. Main St., for a new retail malt beverage (to-go) and SD farm wine license and license to wine and cider (does not include video lottery).
  • Approve the renewal of liquor licenses.
  • Approve the renewal of medical cannabis licenses.
  • Approve the medical cannabis manufacturing license application to be located at 1400 S. Burr St., the former Runnings building.
  • Approve bid award for Livesay Lane Utility project.
  • Approve the agreement with Helms and Associates for the construction of Landfill Cell #4.
  • Approve design and tenders for sewer projects with SPN and Associates.
  • Approval of phase II of the southern wastewater treatment plant project with HDR Engineering. The project is estimated at $30 million.
  • Approve the agreement with Schemmer regarding the indoor aquatic center.
  • Approve the second reading of the annual appropriations ordinance.
  • Hold a first reading hearing on amended changes to the planned unit layout in Woodland Heights.
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Township Road Improvement Funding https://hcingenieria.com/township-road-improvement-funding/ Fri, 18 Nov 2022 06:24:58 +0000 https://hcingenieria.com/township-road-improvement-funding/ Nov. 18 – A late addition to the Barton County Commission meeting agenda on Wednesday led to the county approving a memorandum of understanding with the Township of Comanche that will allow the roads and bridges department to improve 1.5 miles of SE Route 40 leading to Barton County Feeders at a cost of no […]]]>

Nov. 18 – A late addition to the Barton County Commission meeting agenda on Wednesday led to the county approving a memorandum of understanding with the Township of Comanche that will allow the roads and bridges department to improve 1.5 miles of SE Route 40 leading to Barton County Feeders at a cost of no more than $250,000.

Commissioner Kirby Krier said the county will be reimbursed and Comanche County will be responsible for maintaining the road after its completion.

“They will also be part of this contract,” Krier said. “They are there to help with their grader and labor.”

Before it was passed unanimously, Commissioner Jennifer Schartz commented: “Mr. Chairman, I normally don’t like things being put on the agenda at the last minute that we don’t We don’t have a study session, but we’ve discussed it many times before. , so this is not new information to anyone.”

Chairman Shawn Hutchinson agreed it should be approved now, especially since the commission will not meet next week due to the Thanksgiving holiday.

The road passes the Ellinwood Rural Feedlot at 1164 SE 40 Road and is in poor condition. “It was a total disaster,” Krier said. “Basically, we take the whole road and we do it again, and we do a base and a top surface.” Maybe in the future it could be an asphalt road, he added.

Normally, such a project would be the responsibility of the township.

“They didn’t have the expertise or the engineers or enough equipment to justify doing it,” Krier said. “They’ll reimburse us for FEMA fares and salaries. We won’t do that without them reimbursing the county.”

Comanche Township Administrator Kenneth Spangenberg said many large trucks use this road every day. The township is working with its equipment, but does not have enough manpower to complete the project.

Grants from the Ministry of Health

Barton County Health Director Karen Winkelman reported on a renovation project that is primarily funded by grants from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. Brentwood Builders submitted the only proposal with a bid of $70,928.

In July, Winkelman asked KDHE to consider providing a $50,000 grant through the Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity (ELC) program for this project. She wants to combine two toilets into one and make a decontamination area with shower, washer and dryer. “We would use it on our environmental tours,” she said. Staff would also have a place to change before returning home, a good precaution with situations such as the COVID-19 pandemic.

After receiving the offer from Brentwood Builders, Winkelman said she went back to KDHE and asked for an additional $10,000, which was also approved.

At Wednesday’s meeting, the commission approved the final $10,928 for the project, using the county budget health fund.

Winkelman said the Department of Health also received a grant from KDHE for $29,000, through the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Gap with Social Determates of Health Accelerator Plans program. The main objective of this grant is to reach the underserved population. The commission accepted the grant, which will be used to offset health educator Katelyn Sigler’s salary and for program supplies.

County announces vacation hours

As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, the Barton County Commission will not meet on Wednesday, November 23. His next meeting is set for 9 a.m. on Wednesday, November 30 at the Barton County Courthouse.

—Barton County office buildings will be closed Thursday and Friday, November 24 and 25. The Barton County Health Department and the Sheriff’s Office Records Division will be closed on both days.

—The Barton County landfill will be closed on Thursday, November 24. It will reopen on Friday, November 25 between 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. It will return to normal operating hours on Saturday, November 26.

—Emergency services will operate normally.

Meeting at a glance

Here’s a quick rundown of what the Barton County Commission did on Wednesday:

—Provided a letter of support to the Rosewood Services Roots and Wings Foundation. Howard Partington said the request was for a Kansas Department of Transportation grant application. As part of the application, the Foundation will request the replacement of an older minivan and at least $10,000.00 in operating funds. This will serve to advance transportation services for people with disabilities and the elderly.

— County Engineer Barry McManaman spoke about the 2023 biennial bridge inspections and the bid was awarded to Kirkham Michael, a civil engineering firm in Ellsworth, for $90 per bridge, or $33,480. Work includes routine bridge inspections in accordance with Kansas Department of Transportation guidelines “Local Routine Bridge and Element Level Inspection Scope of Services and Forms”. Barton County is required to have all 372 bridge length structures inspected every two years. Three proposals were received. Cook, Flatt & Strobel Engineers in Topeka had an offer of less than $80 per bridge, or $29,760; Kaw Valley Engineering of Junction City offered $95 per deck, or $35,340.

“Kirkham Michael was middle of the pack,” McManaman acknowledged, adding that the company had been doing bridge inspections in Barton County since around 2003, “and we had really good service with them.” Other companies are reputable and could do the job, he said, but McManaman recommended sticking with the “local” bidder. “Anytime we have a problem, we can contact them. They’ve been very generous in sending someone to meet with us to look at a problem. … There’s some value in that, I think.”

—Jennifer Hamby, Director of Solid Waste, reported that pursuant to KSA 65-3405, Barton County is required to form and maintain a Solid Waste Planning Committee to develop and conduct an annual review of the solid waste management plan. solid waste, which is then approved by the Commission. This committee is made up of representatives from cities, counties and private industry served by the Barton County Landfill. The commission approved five committee members recommended by Hamby: Scott Turner of Pawnee County; Brad Helfrich, who is the Superintendent of Solid Waste for the Town of Ellinwood; Shawn Bates with Sunflower Diversified Services; Troy Daubert with Superior Essex; and Jon Prescott of the county commission.

-Chief Health Officer Karen Winkelman presented details regarding the CDC’s Accelerate Plans grant to close the gap with Social Determinants of Health Accelerate Plans. The Department of Health will receive $29,000.

—Winkelman also reported plans to redevelop some areas of the Department of Health. Brentwood Builders submitted the only proposal with a bid of $70,928, but state grants will pay $60,000.

—The commission has agreed to help improve 1.5 miles of SE 40 Road in Comanche Township, at a cost not to exceed $250,000. The department will be reimbursed by the municipality.

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U of A alumna named State Department science and technology fellow https://hcingenieria.com/u-of-a-alumna-named-state-department-science-and-technology-fellow/ Thu, 10 Nov 2022 06:09:33 +0000 https://hcingenieria.com/u-of-a-alumna-named-state-department-science-and-technology-fellow/ Photo submitted Courtney Hill The American Association for the Advancement of Science recently named University of Arkansas alumnus Courtney Hill a member of science and technology policy. During her one-year fellowship, Hill will help inform actionable, science-based policies for the US State Department. Hill currently works as a program officer at the […]]]>



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The American Association for the Advancement of Science recently named University of Arkansas alumnus Courtney Hill a member of science and technology policy. During her one-year fellowship, Hill will help inform actionable, science-based policies for the US State Department.

Hill currently works as a program officer at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. A graduate with honors from the College of Engineering, Hill majored in civil engineering with a minor in sustainability.

Previously, she was a Fulbright English teaching assistant and completed her doctoral studies as a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow. She is one of 300 highly qualified scientists and engineers to be selected into the 50th class of AAAS Policy Fellows.

As a fellow, Hill will gain first-hand experience in federal policy development and implementation, while contributing her expertise to the work of the US State Department.

“Throughout my career, I have had the privilege of working with scientists from all over the world. Seeing the impacts of these collaborations instilled in me the importance of science in multilateral affairs,” Hill said. “This fellowship will allow me to work at the heart of science diplomacy and gain an invaluable network of other fellows with a STEM background interested in politics.”

“AAA Policy Fellows have demonstrated excellence in science policy over the past half-century – defining what it means to be a scientist and engineer in the field of policy making,” Rashada said. Alexander, Director of the Science and Technology Policy Fellowship Program and former fellow. . “In our 50th year of partnership with the U.S. government and many esteemed scientific societies and supporters, we are thrilled to usher in the new class and follow their important contributions to politics, science, and society.”

In addition to her professional duties, Hill is a guest advisor for the Office of National Competitive Awards at the University of Alberta, where she supports the office’s work with high-achieving students applying for prestigious awards in STEM fields. of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

“Dr. Hill has done a terrific job for our office,” said Suzanne McCray, Vice Provost for Enrollment and Dean of Admissions and Nationally Competitive Awards. students of the Fulbright US Student Scholarship as well as the NSF Graduate Fellowship. Students at the U of A are fortunate to benefit from his expertise. We are very proud of his many accomplishments, which now include his selection as an AAAS Politics Fellow, she is well deserving of this national recognition.

The Science & Technology Policy Fellow program supports evidence-based policymaking by leveraging the knowledge and analytical minds of science and engineering experts, and develops leaders for a strong American science and technology enterprise. Fellows represent a full range of disciplines, backgrounds and career stages.

The 2022-23 class of scholarship is sponsored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Moore Foundation, and corporate partners. Of the 300 fellows selected, 31 will serve in Congress, one in the Federal Judicial Center and 268 in the executive branch among 19 federal agencies or departments.

After scholarship, many remain in the political arena working at the federal, state, regional, or international level, while others pursue careers in academia, industry, or the nonprofit sector.

Founded in 1973, the STPF program will be 50 years old in 2023. AAAS will celebrate this milestone as STPF establishes a formal alumni network – approximately 4,000 people – to stimulate and support collaboration among alumni to continue STPF’s mission to connect evidence-based decisions. do with public policy.

Visit www.aaas.org/stpf to learn more about AAAS S&T Policy Fellowships.

About the American Association for the Advancement of Science: The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) is the world’s largest general science society and the publisher of the journal Scienceas good as Science Translational Medicine; Scientific signage; an open-access digital journal, Scientists progress; Sciences Immunology; and Scientific robotics. AAAS was founded in 1848 and includes more than 250 affiliated societies and academies of science, serving 10 million people. Science has the largest paid circulation of any peer-reviewed general science journal in the world. The nonprofit AAAS is open to everyone and fulfills its mission to “advance science and serve society” through science policy initiatives, international programs, science education, public engagement, etc. For more information about AAAS, please visit www.aaas.org.

About the University of Arkansas: As Arkansas’ flagship institution, the U of A offers an internationally competitive education in more than 200 academic programs. Founded in 1871, the U of A contributes more than $2.2 billion to the Arkansas economy through the teaching of new knowledge and skills, entrepreneurship and employment development, discovery through research and creative activity while providing training in professional disciplines. The Carnegie Foundation ranks the U of A among the few American colleges and universities with the highest level of research activity. US News and World Report ranks the U of A among the top public universities in the nation. Learn how the U of A is working to build a better world at Arkansas Research News.

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UW’s new hardwood lobby will store carbon throughout the life of the building https://hcingenieria.com/uws-new-hardwood-lobby-will-store-carbon-throughout-the-life-of-the-building/ Mon, 07 Nov 2022 22:31:59 +0000 https://hcingenieria.com/uws-new-hardwood-lobby-will-store-carbon-throughout-the-life-of-the-building/ A photo of the facade of Founders Hall at the University of Washington (UW) Foster School of Business, which incorporates high-performance glazing exposing the wood inside the building while providing views of historic Douglas fir trees . Photo courtesy of Tim Griffith The new Founders Hall at the Foster School of Business at the University […]]]>
A photo of the facade of Founders Hall at the University of Washington (UW) Foster School of Business, which incorporates high-performance glazing exposing the wood inside the building while providing views of historic Douglas fir trees . Photo courtesy of Tim Griffith

The new Founders Hall at the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington (UW), Seattle, is a six-story log building that will store more than 1,000 tons (2,000 lb) of CO2 for decades, keeping carbon out of the atmosphere for the life of the building.

Aureus Earth, the world’s leading provider of carbon offset incentive programs for the construction industry, announced its first transaction a few months ago valuing long-term biogenic carbon storage in a log building. The transaction was completed in partnership with the Foster School of Business, using the new log building Founders Hall as proof of concept.

Designed by LMN Architects, the building spans 7878 m2 (84,800 square feet), and it incorporates a solid timber structure – cross-laminated timber floors with glulam posts and beams – reducing carbon emissions by more than 90% and integrating carbon by almost 60 % (in structure, envelope and interiors) .

The interior of the building showing the solid timber structure – cross-laminated timber floors with glulam posts and beams – and the stainless steel and timber staircase. Photo courtesy of Tim Griffith

The building design takes advantage of Seattle’s climate by integrating natural and mechanical ventilation, with nightly flushing in office spaces, to provide a comfortable environment for building users with minimal reliance on air conditioning. The peeled brick facade combined with carefully placed high performance glazing (with low air infiltration, 0.06 cfm/sf) exposes the wood inside the building while providing views of historic Douglas Fir trees, giving the upper floors of the building an immersive experience with the northwestern forest character of the site.

Other materials used in the building are concrete shear cores and long span steel beams in the classrooms. Other sustainability features are reliance on fossil fuel-free operations, not using the campus steam system, an expected 79% reduction in energy consumption, a 53% reduction water consumption, indigenous and drought-tolerant plantings, bicycle transport facilities and a loan for solar energy. roof.
“Founders Hall…focuses on operational and environmental performance with a 92% reduction in operational carbon. This accomplishment is a testament to the strong shared vision we have developed with the University of Washington, the leadership of the Foster School of Business, our design-build team led by Hoffman Construction, and the amazing collaboration with users, staff academic, designers and business partners. comments Robert Smith, Principal, LMN Architects.

Some of the other companies involved in the project were Magnusson Klemencic Associates with Katerra, Carla Keel and Autoscan for structural engineering services; Civil Engineer, Mayfly Engineering & Design, PLLC; lighting designer, HLB Lighting Design; mechanical and electrical engineer, PAE Consulting Engineers, Inc.; plumbing engineer, Burman Design; accessibility designer, Studio Pacifica; and envelope consultants Morrison Hershfield of McClintock Façade Consulting.

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OSSC CTSRE Recruitment 2022; Apply for 1225 JE Post, Salary, Eligibility https://hcingenieria.com/ossc-ctsre-recruitment-2022-apply-for-1225-je-post-salary-eligibility/ Sat, 05 Nov 2022 08:04:31 +0000 https://hcingenieria.com/ossc-ctsre-recruitment-2022-apply-for-1225-je-post-salary-eligibility/ OSSC CTSRE Recruitment 2022: Odisha Personnel Selection Board has issued the Junior Engineer Recruitment Notification for a total of 1225 vacancies through the Combined Technical Services Recruitment Examination 2022. The candidate who wishes to serve the government of ‘Odisha as a junior engineer can apply for OSSC CTSRE Recruitment 2022 through their official portal i.e.www.ossc.gov.in.Eligible […]]]>

OSSC CTSRE Recruitment 2022: Odisha Personnel Selection Board has issued the Junior Engineer Recruitment Notification for a total of 1225 vacancies through the Combined Technical Services Recruitment Examination 2022. The candidate who wishes to serve the government of ‘Odisha as a junior engineer can apply for OSSC CTSRE Recruitment 2022 through their official portal i.e.www.ossc.gov.in.Eligible candidates can apply online from November 11, 2022 and the deadline to complete the online examination form is December 10, 2022.

It has been clearly stated in the online notification that the application will only be accepted through the online mode and if an applicant applies by sending a physical copy, their application will be rejected immediately.

Here, we will be providing all the information about OSSC CTSRE recruitment 2022. This will include important dates regarding recruitment, eligibility criteria and method to apply for this application online through the official portal.

OSSC CTSRE Recruitment Overview 2022

Recruitment OSSC CTSRE

OSSC CTSRE recruitment highlights will be shown in the table below. It will have important information on recruiting junior engineers. The table is as follows:

Category of articles Recruitment
Exam name Combined Technical Services Recruitment Exam 2022
Organizing examinations Odisha Personnel Selection Commission (OSSC)
Designation name Junior Engineer and Assistant Training Officer
Band B
Number of vacant rooms 1225
workplace Through Odisha
Authority website ossc.gov.in

OSSC CTSRE Recruitment 2022 Dates

Applicants are required to be wary of important dates regarding recruitment. Understanding the importance of cardinal dates in recruitment, we have created a table that will contain all the dates regarding the exam. The table is as follows:

Milestones Appointment
Online registration start date November 11, 2022
End date of online registration December 10, 2022
Start date for submitting the online application form November 11, 2022
Deadline for submitting the online application form December 10, 2022
Admit card availability date to be announced
Exam date to be announced

Eligibility Criteria for OSSC CTSRE Recruitment 2022

The standard eligibility criteria for junior engineers are:

  • The applicant must be an Indian citizen.
  • Candidate must be able to read, speak and write Odia

And

Should have passed the 10th exam with Odia as one of his subjects.

Or

have passed the HSC exam as exam material in the non-linguistic subject

Or

should have passed 8th grade with Odia as language subject

Or

should have taken a test in Odia in middle school class by Department of School and Mass Education, Government of Odisha.

Designation and department Training required
Junior Engineer (Civil) EIC Public Health The candidate must hold a civil engineering degree
Junior Engineer (Civil), Department H and UD The candidate must have a degree in civil engineering as well as computer knowledge
Junior Engineer (Civil), Director of Textiles Candidate must have Civil Engineering Degree issued by SCTE and VT or any equivalent qualification authorized by Odisha SCTE and VT
Junior Engineer (Civil), Panchayati Raj and Drinking Water Department Must have a degree in Civil Engineering
Junior Engineer (Civil), Water Resources Department Candidate must have Civil Engineering degree issued by Odisha SCTE and VT or must have equivalent education from an authorized Odisha SCTE and VT institute
Junior Engineer (Civil), Director of Fisheries The candidate must have obtained a degree in civil engineering
Assistant Training Officer, Director of Technical Education and Training The candidate who wishes to apply for this position must have passed their 10th class from an authorized council and must also have technical qualifications such as ITI or a diploma or any diploma from an institute authorized by the NCVT or AICTE.

Age criteria

The candidate is also required to meet the age criteria as failure to meet this criterion will not qualify the candidate to sit for the exam. The age criteria have been presented in the table below:

Designation Age requirement
Assistant Training Officer 18 to 38 years old
Junior engineers 21 to 38 years old

The applicant should note that the above mentioned age range in the above table also includes the upper and lower age limit. In addition to this, the applicant should also keep in mind that the age will be calculated based on the date>> January 1, 2022.

The age relaxation has been exhibited in the table below:

Junior engineer (civil) Relaxation of upper age limit
ESCB/SC/ST/Women Applicants 5 years
PWD 10 years
Assistant Training Officer
SEBC/SC/ST candidates and women 5 years
PWD 10 years

OSSC CTSRE Recruitment 2022 – Application Process

  • At first, the applicant should open the official website of the authority, i.e.www.ossc.gov.in
  • On the home page, in the upper right corner of the page, the candidate can see a link “Apply online”. Click on this link.
  • Now, the candidate applying for the first time must register by clicking on the “New User” icon.
  • The instructions will appear on the screen, read them and click on the “Proceed with registration” button
  • Now a pop-up window will appear. Click the OK button.
  • Applicant should fill in valid email id and mobile number and then click on “Continue” icon.
  • Next, fill in the OTP received in your mail and your mobile number, then click on the “next” icon.
  • Create a username and also fill in the position the candidate should apply for.
  • Fill in all the basic details and create a password.
  • The applicant must now upload the scanned copy of the signature and thumbprint.
  • Preview the app again and tap “OK” to continue.
  • Finally submit the file.
  • Now the candidate needs to log in again and fill in their training details.
  • Apply for the ad, then submit the application and download it for later use.

Documents required before completing the application form

  • Must have an active email id and mobile number
  • Passport-size scanned color photo in jpg or jpeg format between 20 and 100 kb in size.
  • Scanned signature and left or right thumbprint in jpg or jpeg format and its size must be between 20 and 50 kb.
  • All other scanned documents must be in pdf format and their size must be between 100 and 500 KB.

Junior Engineer Salary at OSSC CTSRE Recruitment

The salary of the junior engineer selected under the OSSC CTSRE recruitment will range from Rs 35,400 to Rs 1,12,400. The junior engineer pay grade will be level 9. All benefits and allowances will be the same as those received by all state government employees.

Important links

FAQs

What is the salary of an assistant trainer?

The salary of the Assistant Training Officer will range from Rs 35,400 to Rs 1,12,400.

What will be the selection process for the OSSC CTSRE recruitment 2022?

The selection process will take place in three stages described below:
-Preliminary examination
-Main exam
-Document verification

Should we send the hard copy of the application form after completing the online form?

No, the applicant is not required to send a physical copy of the application to the authority.

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Georgia film and television productions spent $4.4 billion in the 2022 fiscal season to help launch new opportunities https://hcingenieria.com/georgia-film-and-television-productions-spent-4-4-billion-in-the-2022-fiscal-season-to-help-launch-new-opportunities/ Wed, 02 Nov 2022 10:29:22 +0000 https://hcingenieria.com/georgia-film-and-television-productions-spent-4-4-billion-in-the-2022-fiscal-season-to-help-launch-new-opportunities/ ATLANTA, GA – APRIL 26: A general view of Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War Screening at the … [+] Fox Theater on April 26, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images for Avengers: Infinity War) Getty Images for Avengers: Infinity According to the Georgia Film Office, film and television productions spent $4.4 billion […]]]>

According to the Georgia Film Office, film and television productions spent $4.4 billion statewide in fiscal year 2022, setting a new record.

Between July 1, 2021 and June 30, 2022, the department recorded 412 production shoots in the state. They consist of 32 feature films, 36 independent films, 269 television productions, 42 commercials and 33 music videos.

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp said of the accomplishment, “When the pandemic hit, we worked hard in Georgia to communicate with our partners in the Georgian film, television and streaming industries.”

“Together, we have forged a safe and proper path for the film industry to get back to business and deliver Georgia Made productions to eager consumers around the world – even as some states have continued to remain closed and stifle the industry back to normal.Because of this partnership approach and the resilience of our state’s film and television infrastructure, which state and local economic development officials have worked for nearly fifty years to build, we once again celebrate the incredible growth and investment from industry leaders.

Some particularly notable high-grossing productions have called the state home in recent years, including Black Panther, Spider-Man: No Way Home, Avengers: Endgame, Avengers: Infinity War, Stranger Things, Ozark, and Loki.

The growth in the amount of projects from Georgia has coincided with massive investments in studios and production infrastructure.

Shadowbox Studios has acquired a significant investment from technology investment firm Silver Lake to expand its presence. Triltith Studios expands, along with Cinelease Studios-Three Ring and Electric Owl Studios. All aim to capitalize on the rush for business in Georgia due to incentives.

The tax credit has, however, come under recent legislative attack. In March, a proposal was tabled before the Georgian Senate Finance Committee to cap tax credits at $900 million, coupled with a ban on film and television production companies selling the credits to third parties. The movement was quickly crushed and jettisoned.

“In addition to providing production jobs spanning a variety of skills from bookkeeping to carpentry to engineering and graphic design, productions use local vendors, eat at Georgia restaurants and stay at our hotels. “, Kemp said. “We are proud to train more Georgians to become decision makers in film and television production, keeping their talents in our state, and we look forward to the continued success of this industry in Peach State!”

With the series of Georgian productions, jobs and talent have mushroomed across the state. As Kemp mentioned, this isn’t just limited to production roles, as the financial hit of a film, television, or content-based project is far-reaching.

Angie Callen, founder and director of the national organization Career Benders Inc., said of the development of opportunities in Georgia: “The professional landscape is changing and career coaches play a central role in helping candidates meet the challenges of job search and professional development, so raising awareness of these types of movements in Georgia is always great.

“The film and television industry offers opportunities that I’m sure Georgians were initially skeptical of, but the proof is in the pudding. The most important thing is that people take advantage of the opportunity that has arisen. It’s a great time to learn a new skill if you’re unhappy with what you’re doing, and to develop other passions, as there’s so much room to grow with high amounts of incoming public investment. .

Callen is in a unique position as someone who has experienced some very unique career changes and challenges that have led her down the path of building a business. As a result, she thinks Georgians who want to get into the entertainment industry or a neighboring industry in the state are “as well placed as ever before.”

“I started my career as a civil engineer, and I knew in college that wasn’t what I wanted to do, but when you go to engineering school at Carnegie Mellon, you don’t don’t change your major your junior year,” Callen said. “As a generational ‘cusper’ stuck between Gen X and Millennials, I entered the market at a time when career options weren’t as strong as they are today, and that It’s exciting to see how many career paths there are now.”

Callen’s professional journey has had several stops, including attending a non-profit film festival where she gained insight into the inner workings of the entertainment industry as well as corporate leadership. This information has proven beneficial for designers, engineers, creatives, and executives looking to enter the film, entertainment, esports, gaming, or similar competitive industries.

“I saw the changes start to unfold before my eyes and I did something that a lot of people hadn’t done in the early 2000s. I changed careers.”

Callen is adamant that while changing careers can seem daunting, it’s often necessary for true career longevity, personal growth, and overall life satisfaction.

“Job hunting today is not as easy as it was ten years ago. It’s not enough to throw around a few printed resumes with random bullet points on your career summary, especially in high-volume, competitive markets. You must be strategic, intentional and focused.

“I think it’s important for people in this state and beyond, especially those struggling to find job satisfaction, to consider coaching or professional development support. Getting where you want to go is entirely achievable; sometimes you just need a guide.

While Career Benders has risen into the global spotlight, with a recent nomination for an International Career Coach Award, it hasn’t always been easy. “Career Benders is my 13th entrepreneurial venture, and it’s the one that finally stuck,” Callen explained.

Callen advises job seekers that whether you’re an entrepreneur or an employee, don’t give up. Keep moving and have patience; you will encounter roadblocks, but if you persist, you will get there. Whether it’s on TV, in a movie, or anywhere else, you can do it.

Controversial

It hasn’t been easy for Georgia. Their controversial 2019 abortion law was allowed to go into effect in the state, leading many celebrities to call out productions to boycott the area.

In response, several entities, including the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, the American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of Georgia, and Georgia-based law firms Caplan Cobb and Bondurant Mixson & Elmore, argue that when the law has was filed – in 2019 – it was still protected by the federal constitution and since the law must pass based on the date it was filed, it should be void.

A new legislative proposal is expected to be tabled after Roe v. Wade in order to be processed, which in itself would be a long process.

Through the aforementioned credits, it’s clear that Marvel/Disney has a deep connection to the state. It will be interesting to see whether legislative changes to abortion law will impact this relationship, and if so, to what extent.

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‘Complex’ recovery continues after Carlisle train derailment https://hcingenieria.com/complex-recovery-continues-after-carlisle-train-derailment/ Fri, 28 Oct 2022 10:01:00 +0000 https://hcingenieria.com/complex-recovery-continues-after-carlisle-train-derailment/ Engineers are continuing a complex operation to recover several freight wagons that derailed a week ago in Carlisle. A freight train carrying cement derailed at Petteril Bridge on the outskirts of Carlisle last week, causing extensive damage to rail infrastructure. The derailment involved a locomotive carrying 14 carriages, each filled with 80t of powdered cement, […]]]>

Engineers are continuing a complex operation to recover several freight wagons that derailed a week ago in Carlisle.

A freight train carrying cement derailed at Petteril Bridge on the outskirts of Carlisle last week, causing extensive damage to rail infrastructure.

The derailment involved a locomotive carrying 14 carriages, each filled with 80t of powdered cement, as it traveled between Clitheroe and Carlisle on Wednesday October 21. Five of the carriages derailed shortly after 8 p.m. at Petteril Bridge Junction.

Of the five cars that came off the tracks, two have been straightened on the tracks, and the remaining three will need to be craned up. Before this could be done, specialist contractors carefully emptied the wagons of all their cement – ​​so that the 20t weight of each wagon could be lifted safely.

So far, more than 110 tons of cement have been extracted from the five wagons involved. It is estimated that all material will be cleared by early next week.

Eliminating the sequelae of the derailment continues to be complicated by several factors. This includes working in the difficult terrain where the wagons have come to rest.

To accommodate the unstable ground conditions, plans are still being finalized for the transport and construction of the large crane needed to lift the carriages so they can be taken away by rail accident investigators.

An initial report released by the Rail Accident Investigation Branch found that a fault with a train wheel was the most likely cause of the derailment.

Network Rail North West Road Manager Phil James said: “I would like to once again thank people for their patience as we continue our difficult work to recover the derailed freight carriages.

“We are working with multiple agencies to get to a point where the recovery operation can be completed and our major rail repairs can begin. There is still a lot of work to do until we get to that point, so I would encourage passengers to check National Railways inquiries if they plan on making trips to the region during the next few weeks.

Northern Regional Manager Kerry Peters added: “We continue to work closely with Network Rail to minimize disruption to our customers during the recovery operation. Customers should always check before traveling and plan for longer journey times. We will share updates on our website and via social media as they become available.

Network Rail have visited nearby properties and will write to residents in due course with further details of how recovery and repair work may affect them.

Meanwhile, rail replacement buses will continue to keep passengers moving for the foreseeable future, with train lines set to be closed until November. This impacts all services running on the Tyne Valley line between Carlisle and Newcastle and the Settle to Carlisle line between Carlisle, Appleby and Skipton.

The Environment Agency continuously monitors this work and there have been no spills into the Petteril River during the recovery process.

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SNC-Lavalin will modernize Canadian hospitals https://hcingenieria.com/snc-lavalin-will-modernize-canadian-hospitals/ Tue, 25 Oct 2022 10:44:27 +0000 https://hcingenieria.com/snc-lavalin-will-modernize-canadian-hospitals/ Major expansion and refurbishment work will take place at the Hôpital de Chicoutimi, the Hôpital de Sept-Îles and the Hôpital Charles Le Moyne. A central element of the projects will be the expansion and redevelopment of operating theaters and specialist care units in hospitals. SNC-Lavalin’s Engineering Services Group and its consortium partners will provide design […]]]>

Major expansion and refurbishment work will take place at the Hôpital de Chicoutimi, the Hôpital de Sept-Îles and the Hôpital Charles Le Moyne. A central element of the projects will be the expansion and redevelopment of operating theaters and specialist care units in hospitals.

SNC-Lavalin’s Engineering Services Group and its consortium partners will provide design and engineering, site monitoring, building information modeling (BIM) management and value engineering services to the project over the next five years.

SNC-Lavalin will also support efforts to achieve LEED building environmental certifications, in recognition of the decarbonization of the three sites’ portfolio. The project teams, based in the company’s offices in Montreal and Quebec, will be made up of structural, civil, mechanical and electrical engineers with “significant” experience in hospital projects, the contractor said.

“SNC-Lavalin has a long history of working on projects that have a unique and lasting impact on the cities and communities it serves in Canada and around the world,” said Ian Edwards, President and CEO of the company. .

“We know that governments are investing heavily in infrastructure, including public investment in healthcare, and we are well positioned to capture a good portion of this spending as we have the regional and global expertise in our business. of engineering services in the fields of health and life sciences,” added Edwards.

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Oil Center Truss Bridge in Oil Creek State Park Closed https://hcingenieria.com/oil-center-truss-bridge-in-oil-creek-state-park-closed/ Fri, 21 Oct 2022 18:05:00 +0000 https://hcingenieria.com/oil-center-truss-bridge-in-oil-creek-state-park-closed/ In the interest of public safety, the truss bridge that carries Petroleum Center Road (Highway 1004) over Oil Creek in Cornplanter Township, Venango County was closed today due to advanced deterioration and issues structural features discovered during a recent inspection. The bridge is located in Oil Creek State Park, near the intersection with Russell Corners […]]]>

In the interest of public safety, the truss bridge that carries Petroleum Center Road (Highway 1004) over Oil Creek in Cornplanter Township, Venango County was closed today due to advanced deterioration and issues structural features discovered during a recent inspection.

The bridge is located in Oil Creek State Park, near the intersection with Russell Corners Road, the park office, and the Egbert Farm day-use area.

The single-lane steel truss bridge was built in 1884 and rehabilitated in 1984. It is posted with a five-ton weight limit, an 11-foot height restriction, and is classified as poor condition. The bridge is eligible for the National Register of Historic Places for its engineering significance, which includes its distinct design and status as an example of work done by the Morse Bridge Company of Youngstown, Ohio.

“Historic bridges present unique challenges. Simply replacing that bridge with a new one is not an option. We are required by state and federal regulations to coordinate the scopes and details of these projects with the State Historic Preservation Office, which which takes longer than the simplest bridge projects. Repair and rehabilitation efforts must follow guidelines and preserve the historic nature of the structure,” said PennDOT District 1 Manager Brian McNulty. factors require time to evaluate and design solutions that meet today’s structural and historical standards.”

Due to its condition, the bridge is subject to a six-month inspection cycle. Prior to the last inspection, funds had been allocated for the design and construction costs associated with the bridge. Preliminary design work began this year. A construction contract is tentatively expected to be awarded in 2026.

The bridge is used by about 75 vehicles per day on average.

A detour is posted using Route 8, Route 227, State Park Road and Petroleum Center Road. Temporary signage and billboards are in place along the detour route. Plans call for long-term signage to be installed later this fall.

Subscribe to PennDOT news and traffic alerts in Crawford, Erie, Forest, Mercer, Venango and Warren counties at www.penndot.pa.gov/District1.

Information about District 1 infrastructure, including completed work and significant projects, is available at www.penndot.pa.gov/D1Results. Find PennDOT’s planned and active construction projects at www.projects.penndot.gov.

Follow PennDOT local news at Twitter and like the department on Facebook.

PennDOT District 1 recruits for a variety of positions, including CDL operators, mechanics, highway maintainers, civil engineers, construction inspectors, and transportation technicians. Apply online at www.employment.pa.gov.

MEDIA CONTACT: Jill Harry, 814-678-5035

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The Oil Creek State Park Oil Center Bridge was closed for safety reasons.

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PennDOT Announces Posting of Virtual Plans for Highway 426 Bridge Project in Spring Creek Township, Warren County https://hcingenieria.com/penndot-announces-posting-of-virtual-plans-for-highway-426-bridge-project-in-spring-creek-township-warren-county/ Tue, 18 Oct 2022 23:19:00 +0000 https://hcingenieria.com/penndot-announces-posting-of-virtual-plans-for-highway-426-bridge-project-in-spring-creek-township-warren-county/ The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) invites the public to view an online posting of plans for a proposed bridge replacement that carries Route 426 (Spring Creek Corry Road) over Shirley Run in Spring Creek Township, Warren County. The bridge is located on Spring Creek Corry Road approximately 4.5 miles north of the intersection with […]]]>

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) invites the public to view an online posting of plans for a proposed bridge replacement that carries Route 426 (Spring Creek Corry Road) over Shirley Run in Spring Creek Township, Warren County.

The bridge is located on Spring Creek Corry Road approximately 4.5 miles north of the intersection with Highway 27.

The project will involve the replacement of the existing single span reinforced concrete structure with a precast culvert. The work will also include new driveways and updated guide rail and pavement markings.

Work is expected to take place during the 2024 construction season.

A detour will be required during construction and is expected to be in place for approximately five weeks. The proposed 21.8 mile detour route will be posted using Routes 27 and 6.

The existing reinforced concrete structure was built in 1935. It is classified as being in poor condition. About 850 vehicles per day use the bridge, on average.

The posting of plans for the Highway 426 Bridge Replacement Project, which will be held online only, includes a document, digital plans and an online feedback form. It will be open until November 2, 2022 and can be accessed by visiting the PennDOT District 1 website, www.penndot.pa.gov/District1.

Those unable to access information online can provide feedback by contacting PennDOT Project Manager Mitchell Fabry at mifabry@pa.gov or 814-678-7353.

The purpose of posting the plans is to present the project and to receive comments from the public regarding any questions or concerns regarding the project. This is also an opportunity for the public to review and comment on the potential effect of the project on cultural resources in accordance with the Historic Preservation Advisory Council’s 36 CFR Part 800 regulations implementing Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act.

Project documents will be made available in other languages ​​or formats upon request. If you require translation/interpretation services or have special needs or concerns that require individual attention, contact Mitchell Fabry, PennDOT Project Manager at mifabry@pa.gov or 814-678- 7353.

Pursuant to Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, PennDOT does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. If you believe you have been denied benefits or participation in a PennDOT program or activity, you may contact the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, Office of Equal Opportunity, DBE/Title VI Division at 717-787- 5891 or 800-468-4201.

Subscribe to PennDOT news and traffic alerts in Crawford, Erie, Forest, Mercer, Venango and Warren counties at www.penndot.pa.gov/District1.

Information about District 1 infrastructure, including completed work and significant projects, is available at www.penndot.pa.gov/D1Results. Find PennDOT’s planned and active construction projects at www.projects.penndot.gov.

Follow PennDOT local news at Twitter and like the department on Facebook.

PennDOT District 1 recruits for a variety of positions, including CDL operators, mechanics, highway maintainers, civil engineers, construction inspectors, and transportation technicians. Apply online at www.employment.pa.gov.

MEDIA CONTACT: Jill Harry, 814-678-5035

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