Monthly Archives: August 2016

NAESA Plans Nationwide Elevator Education Programs This Fall

The National Association of Elevator Safety Authorities (NAESA) is hosting educational symposiums of varying length across the US during the months of September and October. The largest is the Wisconsin Elevator Symposium, hosted in Lake Geneva, WI on October 13 and 14. This two-day event will highlight updates to both Wisconsin’s state codes and national ASME recommendations. Continue reading NAESA Plans Nationwide Elevator Education Programs This Fall

See the Heights in NYT’s New York Issue

The importance of the elevator to New York City is unquestionably evident in a recent New York Times interactive online feature story about the “new neighborhood” developing above our heads in the city’s growing number of high rises which exceed 800 feet. Currently the city houses 21 such buildings, seven of which were built since 2001, and three of which were built in the last three years. Continue reading See the Heights in NYT’s New York Issue

$700,000 in Employee Training Grants Up For Grabs in Jersey

As part of a 2016 initiative by the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (LWD), Gov. Christie’s administration recently awarded $700,000 in customized training grants to New Jersey’s small businesses. These grants target the state’s key industries, including advanced manufacturing, construction, retail, hospitality, and more. Continue reading $700,000 in Employee Training Grants Up For Grabs in Jersey