Thursday 2 September 2010 8:03 pm ANALYST OF THE YEAR | The Shortlist day 4 Share Tags: NULL Show Comments ▼ KCS-content ANDREW DOBBING, JP?MORGAN CAZENOVEOne of the most respected voices in the energy sector, Dobbing is a member of the oil and gas equity research team at JP Morgan Cazenove, where his analysis is a must-read for anybody with even the most passing interest in the movements in this fast-moving industry. He has an admirably global pedigree, too. Before moving to London, he worked in oil services stocks in Oslo, with roles at Alfred Berg, ABN Amro and Danske Securities, all in Oslo.KAREN OLNEY, UBSHead of European thematic research at UBS in London, Olney has made several good calls this year. She was one of the first analysts to flag the investment case for Germany, in February, and also made the call that investors should invest in dividends, a tactic that has proved profitable. She previously worked at Merrill Lynch and Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein, and before that was a fund manager and chartered accountant.LORNA TILBIAN, NUMISA media analyst for a quarter of a century, Tilbian is one of the best-known in the industry. Admirers applaud the way that she “can see through corporate wool-pulling at 40 paces”. Tilbian joined the sparky Numis in 2001 having previously worked at City firms SG Warburg and Panmure Gordon. She has long been a regular in Media Week’s Power 50 list, and was recently appointed a business ambassador by the government.SIMON WARD, HENDERSONA highly-respected analyst with his finger on the financial pulse of the City, Ward has worked as an economist in financial markets for over 20 years, working at WorldInvest, Lombard Street Research and Bank Julius Baer, before joining Henderson following its acquisition of New Star in April 2009. His monetary perspective has led him into criticism of the Bank of England and the government, and recently he has been at the forefront of those calling for an interest-rate hike, something which has chimed with many in the Square Mile.ANDREW WOOD, SANFORD BERNSTEINA hugely respected figure in the City, and a man who has left many an awards dinner with a gong in his hand. Although he is based in New York, he is well-known as one of the leading European equities analysts. He has been at Sanford Bernstein since 2001, having previously worked for a decade in the food and drink sector, first at PepsiCo and then at Nabisco. Unsurprisingly, then, he is an expert on that sector, and his big call this year was Cadbury-Kraft, arguing all the way along that Kraft would succeed in its takeover. whatsapp whatsapp ANALYSTS are the heart and soul of the City, and the five on our list are legends in their own sectors. Whether it is looking at the future of the energy industry, pontificating on the biggest M&As, or just looking at the movements of the markets in general, when the members of our shortlist talk, people listen. Don’t miss the City event of the year – get online now and book your table for the City A.M. Awards on Thursday 28 October 2010 at Grange St Paul’s Hotel, London EC4. www.CityAMAwards.com
Projects Spain “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/165628/el-bruc-residencial-david-oliva-elisenda-planas Clipboard Architects: David Oliva + Elisenda Planas Area Area of this architecture project 2010 CopyHouses•Bruc (El), Spain Area: 95 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/165628/el-bruc-residencial-david-oliva-elisenda-planas Clipboard Photographs: David Oliva + Elisenda PlanasText description provided by the architects. El Bruc Residential, is located just outside the old town centre of El Bruc. It is a new public building for single-family housing development, with a social and cultural use, which consists in a multi-use room for the neighbors, a little bar and a toilet. The architects were asked to design a neighborhood meeting point, a place for popular parties and celebrations, and other activities such as conferences and courses. It is planned for a capacity of 20-30 people simultaneously and located next to a public playground and a small sports court for the community. The program areas are distributed in just one floor. A covered entrance porch, communicates directly with the multipurpose room. At the opposite end of the entrance, there are other complementary services (small bar, toilet, storage and cleaning room). Save this picture!© David Oliva + Elisenda PlanasRecommended ProductsWoodAccoyaAccoya® Cladding, Siding & FacadesPorcelain StonewareApariciPorcelain Tiles – BuildWoodBruagBalcony BalustradesWoodEGGERLaminatesThe hardness of the concrete contrasts with the pines’ apparent fragility. It is a very honest and plain building, a wysiwyg building. Due to the small size of the building, it provides an image of unity and compactness of the material. The façade is the structure, the structure defines the material and the security grille provides an integral texture to the façade. The geometry clearly defines people and light entrance volumes. The result is an integral, durable and engaging building. Save this picture!© David Oliva + Elisenda PlanasIt has given most importance to energy efficiency, such as thermic and acoustic insulations, water saving systems and rainwater recovery for garden irrigation.Save this picture!© David Oliva + Elisenda PlanasProject gallerySee allShow lessFentress Global Challenge 2011: Airport of the FutureArticlesRethinking Mies: Positions on Modernity in the 21st Century SymposiumArticles Share ArchDaily El Bruc Residencial / David Oliva + Elisenda Planas Houses Save this picture!© David Oliva + Elisenda Planas+ 12 Share Photographs CopyAbout this officeDavid Oliva + Elisenda PlanasOfficeFollowProductsGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesPublic FacilitiesBruc (El)SpainPublished on September 05, 2011Cite: “El Bruc Residencial / David Oliva + Elisenda Planas” 05 Sep 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 12 Jun 2021.
Adobe Construction, Wayne Newton Projects Builder: 2012 ArchDaily Houses photographs: Nic GranleesePhotographs: Nic Granleese Venus Bay Beach House / MRTN Architects “COPY” CopyHouses•Venus Bay, Australia Area: 110 m² Area: 110 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/485329/venus-bay-beach-house-mrtn-architects Clipboard Architects: MRTN Architects Area Area of this architecture project Year: CopyAbout this officeMRTN ArchitectsOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesVenus BayHousesAustraliaPublished on March 12, 2014Cite: “Venus Bay Beach House / MRTN Architects” 12 Mar 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Photographs: Michael Elkan Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Canada “COPY” Projects ArchDaily 2017 Save this picture!© Michael Elkan+ 19Curated by María Francisca González Share CopyAbout this officeArno Matis ArchitectureOfficeFollowProductsWoodGlassConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesBuildingsResidentialVancouverCanadaPublished on April 15, 2018Cite: “Aperture / Arno Matis Architecture” 15 Apr 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed 11 Jun 2021.
Projects Houses “COPY” Photographs: Alex Filz Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Südtirol Home / noa* network of architecture Italy Save this picture!© Alex Filz+ 20Curated by Paula Pintos Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/939465/sudtirol-home-noa-star-network-of-architecture Clipboard ArchDaily Year: Lead Architect: Clients:IDM South TyrolCity:Rasun AnterselvaCountry:ItalyMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Alex FilzRecommended ProductsWoodStructureCraftEngineering – Architectural & FreeformWoodHESS TIMBERTimber – GLT HybridWoodAccoyaAccoya® Cladding, Siding & FacadesCeramicsTerrealTerracotta Baguettes in Vork CenterText description provided by the architects. Is it possible to taste, smell, and feel a country? Yes, it is. With the finest nuances, noa* brings the Südtirol-Home’ guests in Antholz on an exciting olfactory and visual journey of discovery through South Tyrol. South Tyrol – a term that describes over a thousand things, was recently translated into architectural form for the occasion of the 51st Biathlon World Cup in Antholz, where top athletes, celebrities, politicians, organizers, and visitors gather. Surrounding a kind of “village square” are 10 buildings, the largest of which is the Südtirol-Home, which will be the home of guests, winners and journalists in this top-class sports event 2020, who, above all, are intended to be able to do one thing here: feel South Tyrol.Save this picture!© Alex FilzThe attractive shell of Südtirol-Home, a modern interplay, where glass and wood create a game between the open and closed, was already under construction when IDM Südtirol, the innovation, development, and marketing company commissioned noa* with the design of its interiors. A critical factor that had to be taken into account in the planning of the interior design, was that this temporary building should be easy to dismantle and assemble at other locations without major wear and tear. The main task for noa*, however, was to enable Südtirol-Home’s visitors to experience the location and the country in which the sporting event takes place in literally every sense. Save this picture!© Alex Filz“WE” IS WHAT COUNTS The initial idea of the design stems from the traditional card game “Watten” (card game), in which symbols of leaves, acorns, bells, and hearts characterise the main roleplayers. These four represent the conceptual guidelines that pervade all areas of the interior. The leaf stands for the natural and cultural landscape, the acorn symbolizes the way of life and the quality products, the bell, in turn, indicates opening and innovation, and finally, the heart expresses conviviality, hospitality but also tradition and association. All of these elements correspond to the nature of South Tyrol and can be seen in a variety of precise creations. The two floors, which are used for different functions, can basically be summed up in one term: “Mit´nond” (being together) – a claim that indicates the importance of community in South Tyrol, whether in cooking, eating, celebrating, playing cards or through merely exchanging ideas and stories. At every corner, this idea comes through and creates places where a little round table feeling can arise. The table per se – of course in the most varied forms – is the central element where warmth, the joy of life and entertainment meet.Save this picture!Ground floor planSave this picture!SectionONE PLACE, MANY POSSIBILITIES On the ground floor, a generous counter piece dominates the scenery, which is slightly turned out at the central axis, in order to bring a dynamic appearance to space. It is equipped as a bar and as an elaborate show kitchen, where impressive meals for guests can be prepared. The counter is partly modular and offers space either to cook together or to watch as the cook masters his art. The show kitchen is accompanied by a backstage kitchen, a cloakroom facing the spacious vestibule, and the necessary service units.Save this picture!© Alex FilzIts design is what really makes this elongated piece of furniture special: the fronts of the work-space are covered with “Seiser Basalt”, a rare South Tyrolean stone, and are made of different types of wood with slats of different sizes, under which apple, pear, spruce, larch, oak, walnut, cedar and stone pine wood lay, which represent the diversity of the South Tyrolean natural landscape. The area facing the village square can be used diversely and playfully. The two-story partially glass façade provides a generous openness to space and offers one to be able to host a variety of different situations. When the stage and standing tables give way to the lounge situation, there are comfortable sitting areas with seating furniture around small tables between small exhibition boxes and fragrant plants and herb gardens hanging from the ceiling, which in turn are used for show cooking.Save this picture!© Alex FilzThe historic chandeliers, with their fresh black paint, bring a cozy feeling and unique characteristic to space. noa* came up with something extraordinary for the presentation of local quality products: four large wooden shelf racks, each with a recess to invite you to linger and allow you to immerse yourself even deeper in the region of South Tyrol. The backside consists of panels on which hay from the Passeier valley, bright vine leaves, fragrant pine chips from Seis are pressed together into a type of wallpaper and a simulated rock wall including climbing grips made in South Tyrol have been pressed. The three-dimensional effect not only tempts you to touch but also lets you perceive the smells of the country intensely and let your mind wander.Save this picture!© Alex FilzThe area for interviews and journalistic work for TV and radio is located on the upper floor, which is outlined by a gallery framed with metal railing, from which there is an impressive view through the glass façade, which opens the room even further and brings nature in. The balcony in front is intended for representative events. Here, too, coziness has top priority with inviting seating opportunities, where hospitality is the core element of the space. The “Stube”, a traditional dining room, is a closed box hanging in the space, which hovers over the show kitchen. From the outside, the cube can already be recognized as a “Stube”, due to the typical curtains with South Tyrolean design, the “Stube” lamp and the wooden paneling in the warm light are visible through the single window, which faces the entrance area.Save this picture!© Alex FilzSave this picture!© Alex FilzThe separation from the rest of the room is very deliberate: the “Stube” has a secluded, special status as such where everything is made of wood and in which people sit closely together. In order to make this room as authentic as possible, a restored old farm “Stube” was installed in the cube: There is a long bench under the window, which extends around the corner on both sides to the centre of the room and is combined with several tables in order to be able to stage a long table. An old, hand-made chest and cupboard with traditional paintings on the doors, the obligatory traditional “Stube” lamps, and the wooden carvings are accompanied by an old traditional plank floor and a wood-paneling on the wall and ceiling. South Tyrolean tradition also comes into play on the outer coating of the cube, which is constructed in spruce wood and covered with typical green felt fabric, where triangular wooden patterned-panels inspired by knitting and built-in light sources decorate the box from the outside. This creates a beautiful play of light and shadows, from the light shining through the wooden patterns.Save this picture!© Alex FilzThe room contains the perfect balance between optimal use and hospitable coziness. No detail has been left to chance. The overall picture, which is composed of many ideas, appears homogeneous and yet complex. All elements – from a single piece of furniture, the materials to the very last accessory – were produced, harvested, and planned in South Tyrol. But not only that: enough space was also given to history, among other things in the form of the chairs around the large tables, each of which comes from a different farm and tells its own story. The history of the Südtirol-Home itself is that of a country rightly proud of its customs, cultural heritage, landscape, and the resulting diversity, which this project will communicate to the whole world.Save this picture!© Alex FilzProject gallerySee allShow lessH Saket House / Sahel AlHiyari ArchitectsSelected ProjectsAmerican Architect Robert T. Coles Passes Away at 90Architecture News Share 2020 Area: 212 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/939465/sudtirol-home-noa-star-network-of-architecture Clipboard Architects: noa* network of architecture Area Area of this architecture project CopyHouses•Rasun Anterselva, Italy Manufacturers: Lichtstudio Eisenkeil, ROSSIN, Fischnaller, Rubner Haus, Tischlerei Rier “COPY” Südtirol Home / noa* network of architectureSave this projectSaveSüdtirol Home / noa* network of architecture Photographs Rubner Haus CopyAbout this officenoa* network of architectureOfficeFollow#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesOn FacebookRasun AnterselvaItalyPublished on May 24, 2020Cite: “Südtirol Home / noa* network of architecture” 24 May 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
Charity Know How features UK Fundraising 21 total views, 1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Contact Finder will offer a step-by-step guide to seeking appropriate partners, looking at why partnerships – should be considered in the first place, the types of partners that should be sought and how they can be identified. Charity Know How, (which became Allavida in August 2001) the grant-making body for Central and Eastern Europe and the Newly Independent States, has featured UK Fundraising within its new Contact Finder service. UK Fundraising is one of nine sites selected that provide funding or funding information. It is in prestigious company: other sites listed include the European Foundation Centre, the Soros Foundations, and the European Union.Charity Know How, (which became Allavida in August 2001) the grant-making body for Central and Eastern Europe and the Newly Independent States, has featured UK Fundraising within its new Contact Finder service. UK Fundraising is one of nine sites selected that provide funding or funding information. It is in prestigious company: other sites listed include the European Foundation Centre, the Soros Foundations, and the European Union.Contact Finder is designed to signpost organisations seeking contacts with other organisations working on specific issues or in specific countries. Advertisement Howard Lake | 24 May 1999 | News About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving.
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Home Energy RFA Says Big Oil’s Fictitious Tales Severely Undermined this Summer RFA Says Big Oil’s Fictitious Tales Severely Undermined this Summer Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter Previous articleKing Amendment Would Not Impact Indiana Animal Care LawsNext articlePlenty to See at Field Day on the Mike Shuter Farm Gary Truitt The Renewable Fuels Association says developments this summer severely undermine Big Oil’s monopoly-protecting narrative. While Congress has been away – RFA President and CEO Bob Dinneen says much has happened to set the record straight on ethanol. He says rising gas prices have made the value proposition of ethanol compelling for consumers – with drivers turning out in large numbers to purchase record volumes of low cost, renewable E85. Dinneen adds academics and government officials spoke out on successfully scaling the blend wall, the growing potential for a bin-busting harvest undermined the food versus fuel canard and USDA’s data has proven food inflation isn’t being driven by ethanol and the RFS. SHARE By Gary Truitt – Sep 5, 2013 SHARE
NewsCommunityNew bridge key element of linked walkways around KilmallockBy Staff Reporter – June 20, 2018 1388 Linkedin Click here for more community news. Print Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TAGSBlossom GateCollegiate ChurchdevelopmentDominican PrioryexerciseHinterland FundingKilmallockKing’s CastlelimerickLimerick City and County CouncilLimerick/Bruff Roadmedievalpedestrian bridgeR512River LoobaghRiverside WalkWalkway Council defers sale of city property to Tait House Twitter Step Up, Stay Put – The Lockdown Challenge Email Advertisement New high-end jobs for Shannon Limerick people will have their say on ‘bigger picture’ issues A new pedestrian bridge has been lifted in to place in Kilmallock in County Limerick and is a key element of the provision of a series of linked walks around the town.Crews from Limerick City and County Council along with contractors Kenny Civil and Plant Limited lifted the bridge into place on Thursday 14 June 2018.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The new bridge is located immediately downstream of the existing road bridge on R512 Limerick/ Bruff road.The bridge is 28 metres in length with a two-metre wide hardwood timber deck. The steelworks and decking were fabricated off site and transported to Kilmallock ahead of its installation.The new bridge will provide a dedicated crossing point for pedestrians and a greatly improved link from the historic town of Kilmallock to the recently developed Riverside Walk.The cost of the project is €247,000 and is co-financed by Hinterland Funding and Limerick City and Council Development Funds.The bridge is expected to open to the public in mid-July 2018. Limerick City and County Council will then carry out improvement works on the existing bridge which will provide some additional width for road traffic.The new pedestrian bridge over the River Loobagh is a key component of plans to provide a series of linked walks in and around the historic town of Kilmallock.Kilmallock is distinguished by its built heritage and, in particular, the town walls which are recognised as one of the most striking examples of medieval walls in Ireland. The walls are a prominent feature of the built heritage, due to their near-completeness, their function as property boundaries and their effectiveness in defining the medieval character.The walled defences are preserved for almost the entire circuit of the town. They are particularly impressive along the west side where the walls survive for nearly 600m. Elsewhere they remain at ground level, or exist as low walls rebuilt by succeeding generations.Within the walls there are several considerable monuments, including Blossom Gate, King’s Castle, the 13th century Collegiate Church of St Peter and Paul, a late medieval stone mansion fronting the main street, as well as the remains of many stone buildings incorporated into the fabric of later structures. The Dominican Priory, established in 1291, is located outside the walls to the east of the River Loobagh. Calls for a ‘Tall Buildings Strategy’ for Limerick City Previous articleDoras Luimní hold events in Limerick for World Refugee DayNext articleWin cinema tickets Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie WhatsApp Brian Leddin | #WeAreLimerick Episode 26