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A Family Repair Affair

By Lee Freeland | March 1, 2017

EMR keeps the Mid Atlantic’s motors running. Family-owned and -operated companies are big business in the U.S. It has been estimated that by 2017, 40% of family business owners expect to retire, creating a significant transition of ownership in the U.S., according to the Mass Mutual American Family Business Survey.[1] Electric Motor Repair Co. (EMR)…

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Tall Stories in the Big Apple

By Elevator World | March 1, 2017

Elevator entrances reach new heights in 3 WTC, and 10 and 35 Hudson Yards. Twenty-foot-high elevator entrances? At first blush, this sounds like the stuff of imagination or a futuristic movie set. However, this is the current reality at Tower 3 of New York City’s (NYC) World Trade Center (WTC) complex, where a major OEM…

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Buildings 3 and 26

By Elevator World | March 1, 2017

Day Elevator & Lift provides accessibility in Brooklyn complex. Industry City is designed to be a creative hub. This network of 16 buildings lies on the banks of the East River, south of the Brooklyn Bridge in Brooklyn, New York. What began in the late 1800s as an oil refinery was transformed in the 1900s…

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Champion of the Industry

By Kaija Wilkinson | March 1, 2017

For David Smarte, recipient of the William C. Sturgeon Distinguished Service Award 2016, education and safety go hand in hand. When he was growing up in Ocean City, Maryland, David Smarte, like many young boys, dreamed of becoming a firefighter. But, unlike the majority, he achieved that dream and then some: he built a solid…

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