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Work doesn’t look much like it did during the last century. The way we produce and create deliverables, the way we communicate and collaborate, the way we discover and analyze data—all of it has been transformed by the dynamics of a fast-moving global economy and leaps in technology. Things once considered indispensable—typewriters, desk phones, desktop computers, in person meetings—we now thrive without.
Have you ever been asked or hired to remove vinyl vehicle graphics that are cracked and weathered due to their age or the material used had a permanent adhesive? If you have, you know how difficult these graphics can be to remove and the amount of time it can take. There are times where using a heat gun or propane torch just doesn’t work.
In this blog, I will share a few helpful tools that are being used in the market today that can help make the removal a little easier.
Three years ago Malaysia’s Sultan Abdul Muadzam Shah Bridge, also called the Second Penang Bridge, opened after five years of construction. The longest bridge in Southeast Asia features wide sweeping “S” curves over its 24 km length - a design requirement to help motorists stay attentive for the average 20 minute crossing.
China’s Guizhou Province has been the location for aggressive investment in highway construction by the government. Since 2009, $68 billion has been invested into the construction of more than 5,000 kilometers of highways. On the recent Wengan-Daozhen highway project, the mountainous terrain required that over half of the length of the system consist of tunnels and bridges - including some of the most impressive bridges in the world.