May 21, 2022

IPS acquires Linesight and partners for strategic growth

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Deal expected to create one of the AEC industry’s fastest-growing organizations BLUE BELL, PA, USA & DUBLIN, IRELAND, October 18th, 2021 – IPS-Integrated Project Services, LLC, headquartered in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania and a subsidiary of Alleghany Capital Corporation, today announced that it has acquired Linesight, a multinational consulting firm headquartered in Dublin, Ireland. IPS is a large EPCMV […]

IPS welcomes Jamie Marzonie as Manager of Project Controls−Risk

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Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, September 28, 2021 – IPS-Integrated Project Services, LLC, a leading provider of engineering, procurement, construction management, and validation (EPCMV) services, announces the appointment of Jamie Marzonie, PMP, as the Manager of Project Controls-Risk in IPS’ Project Controls Division. Mr. Marzonie’s first assignment will be to join a team of professionals based in New […]

IPS proudly supports and congratulates two ISPE Facility of the Year Award Winners

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ocus Biosciences and the Raymond G. Perelman Center for Cellular and Molecular Therapeutics Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, May 21, 2021 â€“ IPS-Integrated Project Services, LLC, a leading provider of engineering, procurement, construction management, and validation (EPCMV) services, congratulates this year’s Facility of the Year Award (FOYA) winners from The International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE), including Locus Biosciences, […]

IPS selected by Apiject as a key partner for Greenfield Blow−Fill−Seal Aseptic Manufacturing Campus

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Blue Bell, PA, March 30, 2021 â€“ IPS-Integrated Project Services, LLC, a leading provider of engineering, procurement, construction management, and validation (EPCMV) services, announced Key Partner Status with ApiJect Systems, Corp. ApiJect, a medical technology public benefit corporation working to change how the world fill-finishes and delivers medicines and vaccines, selected IPS to deliver the ApiJect […]

Caribbean losing momentum on climate change and concerted action is needed

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BY ALISON KENTISH From Caribbean Life CASTRIES, March 18, 2019 (IPS) — In 2015, the Caribbean was “the region that could” on the climate change scene. Countries rallied under the ‘1.5 to Stay Alive’ banner, in the face of an existential threat. The now former Sustainable Development Minister of Saint Lucia Dr. James Fletcher emerged […]

The Editor speaks: New Year’s Messages

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Much of the space taken up in the current full edition of iNews Cayman is all the New Year’s Messages. Everyone is positive and one, from our Speaker, Hon. McKeeva Bush, touts the building of 50 storey sky scrapers – even if only one is granted, he says. I can only wonder where that idea […]

Grenada to Launch USD42m Water Resiliency Project

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By Jewel Fraser From Inter Press Service PORT-OF-SPAIN, Nov 26 2018 (IPS) – Water-scarce Grenadians will soon get some relief through a Green Climate Fund-approved project to be launched next year that will make Grenada’s water sector more resilient to the impacts of climate change. Currently, several households in the 134-square mile island of Grenada, […]

‘A turtle is worth more alive than dead’

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By Nalisha Adams From Inter Press Agency NAIROBI, Nov 26 2018 (IPS) – On the north-eastern shores of Trinidad and Tobago, on the shoreline of Matura, more than 10,000 leatherback turtles climb the beaches to nest each year. But there the local community is keenly area of one thing: ‘a turtle alive is worth more […]

The Caribbean Island of Mayreau could be split in two thanks to erosion

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By Kenton X. Chance From IPS KINGSTOWN, Nov 6 2018 (IPS) – As a child growing up in Mayreau four decades ago, Filius “Philman” Ollivierre remembers a 70-foot-wide span of land, with the sea on either side that made the rest of the 1.5-square mile island one with Mount Carbuit.  But now, after years of […]

Caribbean looks to protect its seafood from mercury

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By Jewel Fraser From IPS PORT-OF-SPAIN, Nov 5 2018 (IPS) – Four Caribbean countries have done an inventory of the major sources of mercury contamination in their islands, but a great deal of work still needs to be done to determine where and what impact this mercury is having on the region’s seafood chain. Trinidad […]