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Colombo Energy Growing Opportunities

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A great article talking about the Colombo Energy Wood Pellet Plant in this month’s Wood Bioenergy Magazine, including a mention of Mid-South’s efforts. This was a good project and Mid-South Engineering is happy to have been chosen to be part of the team.

Check out the Wood Bioenergy Magazine here.

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Mid-South Announces New Office Location In the New England Area

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Mid-South Engineering Co., an Arkansas-based, full service consulting engineering firm announces the opening of its fourth office located in Orono, Maine. The new office, led by Walter Goodine, Director of Operations, allows Mid-South to better respond to its client’s engineering needs in New England and Maritime Provinces. Orono, home of the University of Maine, is just north of Bangor.

“The addition of this location supports firm’s...

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National Park College Career Fair

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Join us on April 6th at Frederick Dierks Center Atrium on the National Park College Campus in Hot Springs, AR. We look forward to meeting you there!

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2017 Forest Products Machinery & Equipment Expo

2017 Forest Products Machinery & Equipment Expo

Join Mid-South Engineering on June 14-16, 2017 at the Georgia World Congress Center in downtown Atlanta for the 2017 Forest Products Machinery & Equipment Expo.

Sponsored since 1950 by the Southern Forest Products Association, the Forest Products Machinery & Equipment Exposition has provided the a venue for equipment manufacturers to display their products and services to the wood processing industry.

Check us out at Booth #1836. We will see you then!

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2017 Paper Days

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Join us on April 5th & 6th at Wells Commons on the UMaine Campus in Orono, Maine.

For complete information, visit the conference website at Paper Days 2017

We look forward to seeing you there!

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2017 Northeast Biomass Heating Conference Expo

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Join us on April 25-27, for the 2017 Northeast Biomass Heating Expo. The region’s largest biomass heating conference will be held at the Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center in Burlington, VT.

What started as “Heating the Northeast” in 2009 has now grown into the Northeast Biomass Heating Expo, with over 2,000 individual attendees and 400 businesses, agencies, and organizations represented. Stay tuned for our booth location.

For complete information, visit the conference website at nebiomassheat.com

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Holiday Wishes!!

Mid-South Engineering would like to take a moment to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Safe New Year!

Check out the Mid-South Engineering Holiday Barn Raiser.

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Energy Studies

Approaches Used for Energy Studies

by Eldon Doody, P.E.

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Our team utilizes a comprehensive approach to energy evaluations to ensure the most suitable and cost-effective outcomes for our clients. Our energy studies typically involve the following steps:
Site Survey and Information Gathering:
The first step in each energy study is a visit to the client’s facility by key staff members. One purpose of the site visit is to gather and review documentation such as drawings and historical operating data. site...

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Piping Systems

Your Piping Systems May Deserve a Second Look

by Rob Bullen, P.E.

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Just about every building or facility has that one thing that seems to be “out of sight – out of mind…” and most people are just happy to let that be. The item that I am referring to here is piping, and to be honest, it is more than a little bit errant to call that...

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Air Pollution Control

Common Hood Mistakes

by David Colborne, Project Manager

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In most industrial environments, the air pollution control system is underappreciated and given very little attention. It is the non-productive portion of the operation, so many are uninterested in investing money for a properly designed and efficiently operating air pollution control system. That baghouse out back is considered to be a necessary evil – something that is needed for worker safety or environmental compliance, but not an area where most plants to...

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