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'I want to hear from BPL engineers'
August 24, 2019
'I want to hear from BPL engineers'

Bahamas Christian Council (BCC) President Delton Fernander said he would like to meet with Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) engineers to hear the company’s plan to resolve the electricity issues that have plagued residents on New Providence over the last two months...

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August 16, 2019
The Bahamas Engineering and Technology Advancement Camp-BETAC 2019 Come to an End

The Bahamas Engineering and Technology Advancement’s (BETA)​ sixth annual STEM-based summer camp came to an end on Saturday, August 3, 2019, with a closing and award ceremony on the grounds of Aquinas College at Loyola Hall. The commemoration honored the works and achievements of this year’s campers and camp facilitators during its one-week program.

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Engineer hired to advise on Post Office HQ: Town Centre Mall was wrong choice
July 12, 2019
Engineer hired to advise on Post Office HQ: Town Centre Mall was wrong choice

THE Minnis administration's rationale in a resolution last year for abandoning the Phil's Food Store building as the site of the General Post Office was not supported by the assessment of independent engineers contracted to evaluate the building...

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July 03, 2019
Bahamas Engineering And Technology Advancement announces the opening of its Summer Camp - BETAC 2019

On the heels of launching its first ever Youth Hack-A-Thon event this past March, The Bahamas Engineering and Technology Advancement is gearing up towards the opening of its sixth annual summer camp - BETAC (Bahamas Engineering and Technology Advancement Camp)...

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Water and Sewerage signs Engineering Service Consultancy contract
October 19, 2018
Water and Sewerage signs Engineering Service Consultancy contract

AN Engineering Service Consultancy contract was signed yesterday by the Water and Sewerage Corporation with N.O. Whyte and Associates Limited for the construction supervision of the Caribbean Development Bank...

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October 17, 2018
Engineers of secret govt and their shameless demands for transparency

It's often nauseating listening to Philip Brave Davis and other senior figures in the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) demand accountability and transparency from the Minnis administration. This is a topic they should not touch. They are simply unqualified to speak to it. Their actions in [...]
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July 18, 2018
BETA Camp offers hands on education in science, technology and engineering

THIS summer, Bahamas Engineering and Technology Advancement (BETA) Camp, will host its 5th annual STEM based programme, providing students in grades seven to nine the opportunity to experience hands on education in the fields of science, technology...

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Anatol Rodgers Girls Win IBS Engineering Competition
May 07, 2018
Anatol Rodgers Girls Win IBS Engineering Competition

Integrated Building Services (IBS), the premier full-service engineering firm in The Bahamas, recently held the eleventh annual IBS Build-A-Bridge competition.

Teams participating in the IBS Build-A-Bridge Challenge use Popsicle sticks and Elmers glue to build the lightest bridge that can carry the most load.

Eighteen schools registered for the event and, for the first time in its history...

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March 21, 2018
George Cox, renowned civil engineer, dies

Civil and structural engineer George Cox, who was a pioneer in the industry, died at his home at 10:30 p.m. on Monday, surrounded by relatives. He was 87. Cox served as deputy chairman of the Bahamas Electricity Corporation; as a design engineer at Shawingan Engineering [...]

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July 31, 2017

Reiss Engineering and Meli establishes weekly lunch donation and monthly mentoring program... One month later and the program still going strong. Since Thursday, June 29, 2017 and every Thursday thereafter, chefs from Meli Nassau Beach All-Inclusive have been preparing 30 healthy lunches for the children at the Ranfurly Home for Children...

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