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French provider of embedded memories and audio converters Dolphin Integration SA has opened a subsidiary in Montreal, Canada. gt_hm('2007,03,15,08,36')6 hours, 38 minutes ago (EE Times) The Canadian subsidiary will be named Dolphin Integration Inc, and will focus on the contribution of the power controllers required for audio digital converters. The company has explained that choosing Montreal was because of the availability of highly qualified engineers. http://www.evertiq.com/newsx/read_news.aspx?newsid=6983&cat=2
Sunday, September 27th, 2009...5:03 pm Surrey Civic Centre Project revealed! Civic Surrey has obtained a pre-release copy of the SCDC’s brochure outlining the Surrey Civic Centre Development. The project has been tossed around for years under various names, including Central City II or the new City Hall complex, but it appears as though this may be the final version of the plan. The full document can be viewed and downloaded at the bottom of the post. Below are the main excerpts from the plan. UPDATE: The Surrey City Development Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of the City, has posted the brochure on its website. For much more on this story , go to http://www.civicsurrey.com/2009/09/27/surrey-civic-centre-project-revealed/
Dessau Chaboillez Square Client City of Montreal, Montreal, Canada Scope of Work Optimization study of the Chaboillez Square site for a 2.4 million sq. ft. real estate development. This 194,000 sq. ft. site was chosen for the construction of 2.4 million sq. ft. of office space, distributed mainly in three towers (25+ floors each) built on a 10-floor podicum. The personnel at Plania, Dessau's urban planning and landscape architecture subsidiary, created several different development scenarios. This allowed the team to select the option that best balanced development costs, profitability and urban integration issues, while minimizing impacts on local traffic. Challenges * Reconcile urban, economic and functional requirements. © Dessau Copyright 2010 All Rights Reserved