Through the Merger, they are expected, among others, to improve the capability to exercise their best practice by integrating their respective technologies, to enhance their ability to make engineering proposals with elements of machinery, electrical instrumentation systems, and construction combined, and to reinforce their management foundation.
What does EP stand for?
EP stands for Engineering Proposal
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
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We have 85 other meanings of EP in our Acronym Attic
- Encroachment Partnering
- End Phenomena (Scientology)
- End Point
- End-Use Product (environment)
- Energy Production
- Engineer Pamphlet (Army Corps of Engineers)
- Engineering Phase
- Engineering Practice
- Engineering Procedure
Samples in periodicals archive:
Contractors for the projects have been asked to submit technical bids with their engineering proposals by end-February.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Eastern States Construction in Wilmington, DE, won the bid and immediately submitted a Value Engineering Proposal (VEP) to tunnel and replace the failing culvert.
Although LMR's bid price was not the lowest, the contract was awarded on the engineering proposals and excellence of their presentation.
McCabe indicated that wood engineering proposals to NSF are few, but in his view, should fare well if the science is sound.
3G is the collective term used for several engineering proposals to make wireless networks more data-capable than first generation analog, and second generation digital cellular networks.
Bill Watson, formerly engineering proposals manager, has been appointed to the board of directors at S & W Process Engineering, tel:01354 659445.
In the states that use change orders to adjust quantities or payments for traffic control devices, change orders are typically issued when the change is [+ or -]25 percent of the contract amount, when a value engineering proposal (requiring a multidisciplinary, systematic analytical approach) is used, when an item has been omitted, or when the project time has been extended.