This market includes - Conceptual design and implementation of on-site industrial equipment,- Dismantling of existing equipment to replace,- Adaptation of finishing work / civil engineering operations for the installation of new equipment- The supply, installation, reception and commissioning of industrial equipment,- Maintenance during the warranty period.
What does CEO stand for?
CEO stands for Civil Engineering Operations
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Samples in periodicals archive:
THE distinctive yellow and black livery has been a regular sight on the region's roads since 1946, but while The Owen Pugh Group's fleet demands attention, the civil engineering firm, which has seen steady growth in recent years despite the challenges of one of the toughest recessions in history, has quietly evolved into one of the North East's leading full service civil engineering operations.
It makes the combined business one of the largest specialist geotechnical and civil engineering operations in Wales and the south west of England with a joint turnover of around pounds 8m.
Meanwhile, building firms' civil engineering operations rose modestly for the first time in five months.
Yet, not withstanding the 1937 Factory Act, it was only after the Second World War that legislation defined what was deemed "sufficient or suitable" welfare provision for building and civil engineering operations.
Work performed by ASRC Primus will include range operations management; development, maintenance, repair and construction surveillance of the target complex; civil engineering operations, project planning and execution; air-to-ground, land mobile radios and base station operations and maintenance; telephone, computer and network services; administrative support; vehicle maintenance and repair; and custodial, refuse collection and pest management services.
Aggregates for the civil engineering operations, including foundation and embankments of roads, as well as the realization of surface coatings.
Balfour saw particularly strong performances from its utilities and UK civil engineering operations, and said its rail business was weighing up opportunities in the UK, the US and Asia.