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Zimmerer Kubota makes hay out of contract for equipment

Posted on May 26, 2016
Blue skies, outdoor activities, freshly cut grass – these things have us looking forward to summer all year long, but when it’s your job to stay ahead of nature’s budding greenery, summer is less a friend and more that pesky relative that keeps ...
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JOC needed for quick maintenance

Posted on May 26, 2016
As students leave for the summer, maintenance directors know to expect a list of maintenance projects from principals, along with their demands for the work to be completed before August. Quick deadlines are only possible to meet using a JOC-IDIQ (J...
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Heat Transfer Solutions conducts energy savings

Posted on March 31, 2016
While spring is for many the season of renewal and optimism, for others it means flipping the thermostat switch back to “cool” – a refreshing change until the energy bill rolls in. Rising temperatures can mean spiking operating costs and added risk ...
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Tech-Labs leaves quality footprint

Posted on February 2, 2016
Imagine the parts of a flower replicated and enlarged so that you can see the smallest details in its stem and petals. Picture a high school classroom outfitted with a life-size command room so that students can simulate sailing a ship. Technical Laborato...
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Roofing provides watertight energy solution

Posted on October 5, 2015
Anyone who’s ever needed roof repairs knows that the process can be messy, expensive, and time-consuming. Not so with Hi-Mark Roofing and Waterproofing. The company uses the Choice Partners cooperative purchasing contract to install a roofi...
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Cooperative Purchasing Contracts Can Help Implement Security Camera Law

Posted on August 11, 2015
Texas recently passed a new law requiring security cameras in self-contained special education classrooms if requested by a parent, trustee or staff member. Because the law applies at the start of the 2016-2017 school year, officials have one year to p...
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