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August 4, 2014

Princeton's Dinky rail relocation to proceed after board ruling

The petition was put forward by the New Jersey and NARP after the university decided to construct a new Dinky station south of its original location due to the Arts and Transit Project.


June 26, 2013

Denver RTD to move planned rail station

University of Colorado officials requested the station be moved due to concerns for adequate mitigation of electromagnetic interference and vibration near sensitive research equipment at current and future medical buildings.


March 8, 2010

NABI moving Calif. Service Center location

The new larger, more modern premises (35,000 sq feet) are approximately seven miles from the Ontario International Airport and less than two miles from the interstate 15 and highway 60 freeway interchange.


October 19, 2009

Gannett Fleming relocates NYC office

Several sustainable features were included in the new office space, including 100 percent recycled cubicle panel fabric and frames, zero volatile organic compounds paints and primers, a green guard and cradle-to-cradle certified carpet, and energy efficient lighting with occupancy sensors


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