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facilities

A general term for equipment including hardware, software and personnel. It typically refers to equipment in the telecommunications industry and may also include the building or office containing it.
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EBAA also operates metalcasting facilities in Cordele, Ga., and Albany, Texas.
Those concerned with the prevention of skin disorders (particularly pressure ulcers) promote a "culture of movement." Others embrace a "culture of safety" that requires nursing facilities to exert even more control over the lives of their residents.
Facilities look to generate additional revenue streams while enhancing the fans game day experience.
The cost savings alone on a shared building make the prospect of constructing two separate facilities wasteful.
A P30 Core Center grant is an institutional award, made in the name of a principal investigator, to support centralized resources and facilities shared by investigators with existing research projects.
While most ferrous scrap facilities conduct the majority of their business outside, Green Metals operates in a totally enclosed facility.
Such improvements could also help facilities see more black than red in their bottom line.
A substantial amount of energy is used every year to heat, cool, and illuminate installation facilities so that organizations occupying them can perform their mission.
The good news is that this scenario can be avoided by working to assure that facilities are equitable throughout your district.
However, camps and conference centers can become stymied when it comes to implementing a preventive maintenance plan for their site, facilities, and equipment.

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