Foundation Security for UNESCO Site in Northern France

The Cité des Electriciens is the oldest mining place in Nord-Pas-de-Calais, the northern most area of France. Mining activities and homes for mining workers were present from the 1850s through the 1970s, after which time the residences were abandoned. The historical prominence of the mining basin to the region led to the Cité of Electriciens being named an UNESCO World Heritage Site. After the popular 2008 film Bienvenue chez les Ch’tis (Welcome to the Sticks) introduced many international viewers to the beauty of the area, the City of Bruay le Bruissière sought to transform the historic site into a place of true cultural reference. In 2019, this major urban project will be finalized. The impressive redevelopment includes an interpretation center,...

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Titan Environmental Containment has been on a sharp growth trajectory in geosynthetics over the past few years through product development and facility expansion initiatives....

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Bunch Brings Utilities Expertise to ESI’s Project Management

The largest contracted installer of geosynthetic lining materials in the United States, Environmental Specialties International, has added Ryan Bunch to its team as Project...
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