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Why We Need More Female Engineers

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Sep 20, 2019

Superintendent Aaron Ware Rocketed Up Haskell Construction Ranks

Aaron Ware joined Haskell in 2009 as a temporary laborer, a guy who, in need of a life change, had migrated from one corner of the country to the other.

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May 20, 2019

Utilizing CMAR to Create Efficiency Through the Value Engineering Process

One of the main benefits of construction management at-risk projects is that the contractor is involved – not only in the construction phase but also in the design phase. This benefit is particularly advantageous when the project’s construction...

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May 06, 2019

Safety Week or Safety Year-Round?

During the week of May 6 - 10, many within the construction industry will come together to make safety the central focus on projects of all types and sizes. This noble effort is conducted to drive safety awareness among the craft professionals...

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May 03, 2019

Why We Celebrate Architecture Week

This week, we take a moment to celebrate and reflect on architecture through the annual ‘Architecture Week’. We recognize good design, architecture’s ability to transform places and to be inclusive, to be innovative and to be resilient. 

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May 03, 2019

Our Architects Make an Impact Through Civic Engagement

Architects live for innovative thinking and collaborative design engagements with their building project clients. But these unique and amazing skills don’t have to be kept solely in the studio. The cities and towns we call home can benefit...

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Feb 17, 2019

Engineers Week 2019: Invent Amazing

For Engineers Week, we are getting to know some of Haskell's engineers across the globe. With varying disciplines and years of practice, our engineers describe what inspired them to join the industry and what keeps them motivated day in and day...

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Feb 11, 2019

5 Overlooked Costs of Used Equipment

 

Have you been challenged to install a packaging line quickly? This is becoming a frequent occurrence in order to capture market share in the fast-paced food and beverage industry. Does your plan include reusing or buying used equipment to...

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Aug 28, 2018

Building Your Distillery - Conceptual Development & Project Planning

If you’ve read our blog series “How to Build a Distillery,” you probably have a good, high-level overview of the steps it takes to escalate your project from simple napkin sketches to refined spirits production. But today, let’s dive into the...

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Aug 15, 2018

How to Build a Distillery | Step 5: Trust, But Verify – Demonstrating Completion

It’s been a long journey from planning, through design and procurement. And now, construction, for all intents and purposes, is complete. So it must be time to start distilling spirits, right?

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Aug 09, 2018

When a Controls System is Out of Control

A client came to us with a familiar problem: their bottling line had multiple efficiency and quality issues. Their system included a new packer and sealer with associated empty carton, full carton, and full bottle conveyor systems. The client was...

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Jul 31, 2018

How to Build a Distillery | Step 4: Time to Turn Plans Into Actions

We have reached a pivotal point in the five-step journey to bring your distillery from concept to production. Over the first three steps, we have guided you through defining the opportunity, establishing your team, and diving into the design...

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Jul 24, 2018

Utilizing Design-Build Delivery to Provide Water Treatment Solutions on a Deadline

Owners often look to design-build delivery as a means to accelerate the overall schedule for their water or wastewater project. In fact, schedule advantage was cited as the #1 reason for selecting design-build delivery in a recent survey of...

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Jul 18, 2018

Haskell Completes OSHA Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction

As part of the Annual OSHA Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction, Haskell had the opportunity to demonstrate our commitment to safety and the protection of the craft professionals who engage our projects. Not only did Haskell accept...

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Jul 17, 2018

How to Build a Distillery | Step 3: Dive Into the Details With Your Team

As the craft distilling market has emerged, it has brought distilleries out of the darkness of aging warehouses. Distilleries today often become destinations by incorporating tasting rooms and allowing the public to interact with the distillation...

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Jul 10, 2018

6 Reasons Cans Are Better for Wine Packaging

From brunches to baseball games, the popularity growth in wine consumption, particularly among younger generations, is leading wine makers to consider a packaging option previously relegated almost exclusively to the beer and soda industry: cans.

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Jun 28, 2018

How to Build a Distillery | Step 2: Building the (Right) Team

Now that you’ve defined your business opportunity in Step One of our How to Build a Distillery series, it’s time to assemble your project execution team.

But this can’t be just ANY team.

For your project to succeed, you have to build the RIGHT...

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Jun 21, 2018

When It Comes to Safety, Seeing Is Believing

Most every firm in the construction industry has safety related tools that illustrate their commitment to safety and care for the craft professional. These tools come in the form of slogans, policies, procedures and every form/checklist...

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Jun 14, 2018

How to Build a Distillery | Step 1: Define the Opportunity

 Whether you want to build your distillery from the ground up, expand what you already have, or modify an existing building; your first step is always the same. In fact, your first step and every step after that should always be the same. It...

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Apr 05, 2018

Methods to Achieve Sustainable Clean-In-Place

A clean-in-place (CIP) system is among the largest users of consumables at a hygienic processing plant. Presented here are tips for reducing the consumption of water, chemicals and time in CIP operations.

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Apr 03, 2018

Why We Need More Female Engineers

 View this article on Public Works Magazine.

If we want to attract—and keep—the best and brightest people, we have to stop looking at just half the population.

My mom was the smartest person I knew who never went to college. She read and talked...

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