Vermont Contractors Win Prestigious Building Awards

first_imgBethel, ME – Sunday River Ski Resort – March 2007 At this year’s Package Industries Builder Conference, Vermont contractors G.P.I. Construction of Brattleboro and Connor Contracting of St. Albans win prestigious building awards.G.P.I. Construction won best of category for Most Unusual Building for Cersosimo Lumber of Brattleboro and Connor Contracting was awarded Silver Level Package Industries Buildership.Package Industries was founded in 1962. Since then, they’ve become the #1 manufacturer of high quality steel buildings in New England. They are very proud to offer the Package Steel Building System” exclusively through their builder network, which represents some of the best contractors in the Northeast.Package stands behind every building they manufacture. A promise made is a promise kept. Period. Package knows customers always have a choice – and they want to make it easy for them to choose Package Steel Buildings. That’s why they’re #1 in New England.last_img read more

TIU denies two requests to lift provisional suspensions

first_img Submit Victoria Police charges two following tennis corruption investigation June 29, 2020 Share TIU suspends Antonis Kalaitzakis over betting breaches July 21, 2020 StumbleUpon Share Related Articles The Tennis Integrity Unit (TIU) has confirmed that two players have had their application to lift a temporary suspension denied.Bulgarian tennis player Aleksandrina Naydenova and Spanish tennis player Enrique López Pérez had both applied to lift provisional suspensions originally imposed on 27 December 2019 and 19 December 2019 respectively.Independent Anti-Corruption Hearing Officer Prof Richard McLaren rejected both applications, meaning that both players will be prohibited from competing in or attending any sanctioned tennis event organised or recognised by the governing bodies of the sport.Due to restrictions in place at the time of both provisional suspensions, the original decisions made by Prof McLaren were not publicly reported.Both players were suspended following an investigation by the TIU into alleged breaches of the Tennis Anti-Corruption Program (TACP).Citing Section 3 of the TACP, an individual may face a provisional suspension if ‘there is a likelihood’ that the person has committed a corruption offence, the integrity of tennis is undermined or ‘the harm resulting from the absence of a Provisional Suspension outweighs the hardship of the Provisional Suspension on the Covered Person’. IBIA and TIU call for increased due diligence as live sport returns May 20, 2020last_img read more