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first_imgMontauk Brew Co. Hoodie, $50Montauk Brew Co. x Curated Gift Shop “Come as You Are” Bracelet, $35Logo Can Glass, $8Growler Wetsuit, $16Montauk Brew Co. Hoodie, $50Montauk Brew Co. x Curated Gift Shop “Come as You Are” Bracelet, $35[click to enlarge products]There are few places in the world like Montauk Brewing Company. A visit to their headquarters means being welcomed with a smile from all three of the company’s founders — Vaughan Cutillo, Eric Moss, and Joe Sullivan — along with a pint of one of their finest beers, which run the gamut from Summer Ale to Session IPA.Here we’ve selected some of the best merch on offer for super fans of the Montauk Brewing Company lifestyle, including one all-important growler wetsuit, for when you need to take your libation with you for a day at the beach. Sharelast_img read more

Task forces to improve Network Rail’s understanding of severe weather and earthworks management

first_imgUK: Infrastructure manager Network Rail has launched two independent task forces to improve its understanding of severe weather and help it better manage its earthworks, following the fatal derailment of a ScotRail train near Stonehaven on August 12.#*#*Show Fullscreen*#*# Dame Julia Slingo, former chief scientist at the Met Office and an expert in climatology, will lead the review of NR’s capability to manage and understand the effects of heavy rainfall on the railway.This will look at:how the data and research collected by NR could be used to understand likely levels of rainfall at a location level in the present and 10 years in the future, in order to estimate potential damage to infrastructure;how data can be used to ensure future engineering decisions take local weather factors into account, and to better understand how changing land use or river management policies near the railway affect how quickly rain enters and leaves the system;the effectiveness of NR’s use of existing forecasting and weather monitoring technology to identify where rainfall could pose a risk to the railway, and how that might be improved;the extent to which NR has explored the potential of real-time weather monitoring technology;how NR might use the weather expertise available to provide input into longer-term planning and procurement decisions.Lord Robert Mair, a geotechnical engineer and member of the House of Lords Select Committee on Science & Technology, will lead the earthworks management task force, to see how NR can improve the management of its massive earthworks portfolio, looking at past incidents, latest technologies and innovations and best practice from across the globe.This work will cover:the effectiveness of NR’s existing approach to managing drainage and earthworks assets, and whether or not a more integrated, co-ordinated approach is required;an independent view of the suitability of its controls framework, considering whether it is effective in controlling risks and whether it is too onerous for frontline engineers;whether NR has sufficient resources and skills to manage earthworks and drainage, and whether certain teams or regions could be strengthened;what NR might learn from other organisations with responsibility for managing earthwork risks;whether NR is fully aware of the latest technologies and whether or not they are deployed effectively.‘The Stonehaven tragedy resulted in three people losing their lives — this is a stark reminder that we must never take running a safe railway for granted’, said NR Chief Executive Andrew Haines on August 24. ‘With more and more extreme weather and tens of thousands of earthwork assets across Great Britain, our challenge is massive. And while we are making record investment in these areas, we have asked world renowned experts, Dame Julia Slingo and Lord Mair, to help us address these issues as effectively as possible, and at pace.’last_img read more

Supreme Lending Names New SVP National Sales Manager

first_img in Data, Government, Origination, Secondary Market, Servicing New,Supreme Lending Names New SVP, National Sales Manager November 30, 2012 422 Views Sharecenter_img Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Investors Lenders & Servicers Movers & Shakers Processing Service Providers 2012-11-30 Tory Barringer “”Supreme Lending””:, a Dallas-based nationwide mortgage banker with branches throughout the country, announced Brian Mitchell is joining the team as its new SVP and national sales manager.[IMAGE]Mitchell is a 20-year veteran mortgage banker, having worked most recently as regional VP for Envoy Mortgage. In his first year alone, he opened 16 new branches in his region.[COLUMN_BREAK]Prior to that, he served as SVP of National City Mortgage, where he managed branches in the Northwest. He also founded a mortgage banking firm, Express Loan America. In his new position, Mitchell will be responsible for developing new loan production and adding new branches around the country.””Brian’s expertise is in recruiting new branches and building production volume in key regions, which will help us reach our goal of bringing our customer-focused initiatives and technologies to more borrowers around the country,”” said Scott Everett, president of Supreme Lending.””What attracted me to Supreme Lending is that it is a company with branch managers who are entrepreneurs committed to customer satisfaction,”” Mitchell said. “”The daily focus at Supreme Lending is what it can do for its branches, like maintaining quick turnaround times of two to three days. The customer sees our commitment to service. There’s a reason our loans perform better than our competitors’ loans.””last_img read more