2nd Port Arthur resident in 3 days dies as a result of COVID-19

first_imgA second Port Arthur resident has died this week following complications with COVID-19, health officials said. The City of Port Arthur Health Department reported the news Friday afternoon, indicating the victim was a White male who previously was reported as having COVID-19.He was between 65 and 70 years old and was reported as having underlying health conditions.The Health Department has reported 42 COVID-19 related deaths for Port Arthur residents since the beginning of this pandemic.Port Arthur and Mid-County Fatality report:April 6: Port Arthur White male, aged 45-50, had underlying conditions.April 18: Port Arthur African American female, aged 65-70, had underlying conditions.April 21: Port Arthur Hispanic male, aged 65-70, had underlying conditions.April 21: Nederland White female, aged 85-90, had underlying conditions.May 3: Port Arthur White male, aged 65-70, had underlying conditions.June 5: Port Arthur African American female, aged 80-85, underlying conditions not known.June 29: Port Arthur African American female, aged 60-65, underlying conditions not known.July 3: Port Arthur African American female, aged 85-90, underlying conditions not known.July 9: Nederland White female, aged 65-70, had underlying conditions.July 14: Port Arthur African American female, aged 50-55, had underlying conditions.July 15: Nederland White female, aged 60-65, had underlying conditions.July 17: Nederland White female, aged 80-85, had underlying conditions.July 20: Port Arthur African American male, aged 55-60, had underlying conditions.July 21: Port Arthur African American male, aged 60-65, had underlying conditions.July 27: Port Arthur African American female, aged 65-70, had underlying conditions.July 28: Port Neches White female, aged 70-75, had underlying conditions.July 29: Port Arthur African American male, aged 55-60, had underlying conditions.July 29: Port Arthur Hispanic male, aged 65-70, had underlying conditions.Aug. 5: Port Arthur White female, aged 80-84, had underlying conditions.Aug. 10: Port Arthur Hispanic male, aged 65-70, had underlying conditions.Aug. 10: Port Arthur African American male, aged 75-80, had underlying conditions.Aug. 11: Port Arthur White female, aged 40-45.Aug. 11: Port Arthur African American male, aged 55-60.Aug. 11: Nederland White male, aged 70-75, had underlying conditions.Aug. 14: Nederland White male, aged 90-95, had underlying conditions.Aug. 14: Port Arthur Hispanic male, aged 65-70, had underlying conditions.Aug. 18: Port Arthur African American female, aged 75-80, had underlying conditions.Aug. 18: Port Arthur African American female, aged 85-90, had underlying conditions.Aug. 18: Port Arthur African American female, aged 90-95.Aug. 18: Port Arthur Hispanic male, aged 80-85, had underlying conditions.Aug. 18: Port Arthur White male, aged 80-85, had underlying conditions.Aug. 31: Port Arthur Hispanic male, aged 80-85, had underlying conditions.Aug. 31: Nederland White male, aged 60-65, had underlying conditions.Sept. 4: Port Arthur African American male, aged 70-75, had underlying conditions.Sept. 8: Nederland White male, aged 55-60, had underlying conditions.Sept. 9: Nederland White male, aged 85-90, had underlying conditions.Sept. 22: Groves White male, aged 75-80, had underlying conditions.Sept. 29: Port Arthur White male, aged 60-65, had underlying conditions.Sept. 29: Port Arthur African American female, aged 90-95, had underlying conditions.Oct. 6: Port Arthur African American male, aged 75-80, had underlying conditions.Oct. 6: Port Arthur Asian male, aged 40-45.Oct. 7: Port Neches White female, aged 60-65, had underlying conditions.Oct. 7: Groves White male, aged 70-75, had underlying conditions.Oct. 7: Nederland Hispanic female, aged 90-95, had underlying conditions.Oct. 7: Nederland White male, aged 50-55, had underlying conditions.Oct. 9: Port Arthur White female, aged 65-70, had underlying conditions.Oct. 15: Port Arthur African American female, aged 90-95, had underlying conditions.Oct. 16: Port Arthur Asian male, aged 65-70 years old, had underlying conditions.Oct. 20: Port Arthur Asian male, aged 60-65 years old, had underlying conditions.Oct. 22: Nederland White male, aged 80-85 years old, had underlying conditions.Oct. 26: Groves White female, aged 85-90, had underlying conditions.Oct. 26: Port Neches White male, aged 85-90, had underlying conditions.Oct. 27: Port Arthur White female, aged 90-95, had underlying conditions.Oct. 27: Port Arthur Hispanic male, aged 80-85.Nov. 2: Port Arthur White male, aged 75-80, had underlying conditions.Nov. 6: Port Arthur African American male, aged 45-50, had underlying conditions.Nov. 10: Port Arthur Hispanic male, aged 45-50Nov. 13: Port Arthur White male, aged 65-70, had underlying conditionslast_img read more

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Hayley Atwell, Harry Hadden-Paton and More to Fall into a Love Triangle in London’s The Pride

first_img View Comments Atwell recently appeared on stage in The Faith Machine at the Royal Court, A View from The Bridge at the Duke of York’s Theatre (Olivier nomination) and Major Barbara at the National Theatre. Audiences will also remember her from her breakout role in Captain America — The First Avenger. Hadden-Paton’s stage credits include The Changeling, She Stoops to Conquer, No Naughty Bits, Flarepath and The Prince of Hamburg. Weaver has appeared in Inadmissible Evidence, The Seagull, The House of Games and How to Curse. Horne’s credits include Charley’s Aunt and Entertaining Mr. Sloane at Trafalgar Studios, as well as regular roles on Gavin & Stacey and Bad Education. Hayley Atwell, Harry Hadden-Paton, Al Weaver and Matthew Horne will lead Alexi Kaye Campbell’s The Pride, the third production directed by Jamie Lloyd for the Trafalgar Transformed season at Trafalgar Studios in London. The play, designed by Soutra Gilmour, will run from August 8 through November 9, with opening night set for August 13. The Pride is a hilarious and heartbreaking tale about Sylvia (Atwell), Philip (Hadden-Paton) and Oliver (Weaver), who endure a complex love triangle spanning over half a century against a background of changing attitudes towards homosexuality. Horne will round out the cast as The Man/Peter/The Doctor.center_img The Pride follows Lloyd’s production of The Hothouse, which stars Simon Russell Beale and John Simm and runs through August 3, and Macbeth with James McAvoy, which ran earlier this spring. Londonlast_img read more

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See Anthony Ramos, Ana Villafane and the Cast of In The Heights Find ‘Home’ in D.C.

first_imgLights up on Anthony Ramos as Usnavi. View Comments J. Quinton Johnson (Benny), Anthony Ramos and Mateo Ferro (Sonny) sing “96,000.” The tenth anniversary production of In the Heights traveled all the way from Washington Heights to Washington, D.C.’s Kennedy Center, where it opened its limited run March 21. The star-studded production features Vanessa Hudgens, Eden Espinosa, Ana Villafañe, and Hamilton alums Anthony Ramos and J. Quinton Johnson. Check out the photos of the cast below. Arianna Rosario as Carmen, Ana Villafañe as Nina, Eden Espinosa as Daniela and Vanessa Hudgens as Vanessa say “No Me Diga” to neighborhood gossip.last_img

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TriUK growing even bigger!

first_img Related The builders are arriving soon to start the shop expansion that will take TriUK to over 15,000sq ft, with plans for a new second floor and a coffee shop & café. Established some 16 years ago, TriUK is the UK’s largest triathlon retailer and mail order specialist. The company is based in Yeovil, in south west England.Years of hard work culminated in the opening of TriUK’s triathlon superstore in January 2005. This state of the art building has 10,000 square feet of retail space and stands on a 1.5 acre site with free customer parking. When the new store initially opened one of its main features was the in-store Endless Pool that enabled triathletes to test wetsuits prior to purchase.2011-12 sees the company go bigger and better, expanding its retail footprint to over 15,000sq ft and a further expansion online. TrUK now has ‘a huge new server to cope with the dramatic rise in traffic experienced over the past season.’ A brand new website in the pipeline is expected for launch in the coming months.www.triuk.comlast_img read more

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New £300m resi development set for Barking Retail Park site

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Linde’s Thailand HiQ confirms ISO benefits

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Life beyond BIM: Embracing data to boost the UK’s economic productivity

first_imgAs we accelerate towards an uncertain post-Brexit world, both the government and business is now under no illusion about the importance – and the challenge – of raising our game across all sectors of the economy.It is a critical issue. Particularly once the UK is outside the European Union, we really can no longer tolerate, as the recent industrial strategy consultation pointed out, productivity per worker and per hour worked being outstripped by our rivals in Germany and France and a whopping 25 percentage points below the US.Nor can we sustain the current productivity gap between London and the rest of the UK. The UK must rapidly rebalance its economy and step up investment and support to the regions if it is to truly engage all available skills and capacity.Recent work by the Digital Built Britain programme demonstrates the critical role the built environment plays in driving the whole of the UK’s economy, with a significant proportion of the £1,869bn annual GDP directly related to the performance of our built environment.This work highlights that boosting the productive output of the nation goes way beyond simply reducing the annual £89bn capital cost of the infrastructure which our vital transport, health, or social services rely on. And it goes even beyond the need to boost the efficiency of the estimated £122bn invested each year to maintain and operate this infrastructure.As I constantly remind the industry, maximising the outcomes achieved from this investment starts by spending time and thought at the start getting the brief correct – setting out with a clear view around what interventions really will move the dial for customers.While we must certainly build on the successes of the recent BIM Level 2 programme, which has seen investment in innovation, digital technology and collaboration really start to make a step change in built environment infrastructure delivery, this focus on efficiency will only take us so far. In reality BIM is just the starting point for a bigger, more important transformation across the sector.It is a transformation that will require a new data centric approach and a new data-embracing culture across the built environment. Most likely it will also require a new language, stepping away from the important but constraining world of BIM and towards a new and bigger world of data exploitation, information management, feedback and advanced analytics.To be honest, while talk of industry transformation sounds daunting, in reality there is still much low hanging fruit for us to take advantage of as we start to tackle the challenge. Not least based around the fact that globally, businesses across all sectors still currently only access and utilise around 1% of the data that is available and ready to help boost performance.Accessing and mobilising this so-called dark data is key to the required industry transformation; setting in place vital feedback loops, predictive analytics and data-driven decision making processes that will take the built environment beyond BIM.Boosting productivity means we all have to change to survive. We cannot go on delivering 21st century infrastructure with 19th century techniques which as currently placing such a disastrous brake on the UK economy and its ability to complete and grow.Don’t forget BIM – build on it. Now is the time to adjust your thinking and your focus to embrace the new world of data opportunity. A more productive, profitable – and rewarding – future awaits.last_img read more

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Marks Crane in Texas Tech lift

first_imgMarks Crane branch manager, Justin Moffett explained: “The construction crew needed a scissor lift to take down a rock climbing wall inside the facility, but it was too large to go through the doors.”Instead, the Marks Crane crew used the Terex Explorer 5600 to lift the 7.9-tonne scissor lift down into an area at the back of the recreation centre.”We had to access the site through a small alley and then set up on a manicured, sloped lawn so we had to be careful to not spin the tyres while manoeuvring into place. Once we had the crane in place, we used mats under it to distribute the pressure of the machine’s weight evenly over the ground,” explained Moffett. Configured with a 28.8 m main boom and full outriggers (8.1 m x 7.49 m), Marks Crane’s 180-tonne capacity Explorer 5600 delivered more than enough power to get the scissor lift into place.  www.terex.comwww.markscrane.comlast_img read more

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