HydroWorx Offers First-Hand Demos of the NEW Construction-Free 300 Series for APTA Private Practice Attendees – Press Release Rocket

  • The most essential and noteworthy advantages of the HydroWorx 300 Series include:

    The HydroWorx 300 Series will enjoy its PPS 2015 debut in HydroWorx Booth #733.

  • The HydroWorx 300 Series is a free-standing underwater treadmill system that utilizes the same engineering and technology that can be found in all world-class HydroWorx therapy pools.
  • HydroWorx is proud to be attending the annual American Physical Therapy Association’s (APTA) Private Practice Section (PPS) Conference and Exhibition.
  • HydroWorx will showcase its newest aquatic therapy modality, the 300 Series, at APTA’s PPS Annual Conference and Exhibition from November 11-14, 2015 in Orlando, Florida.
  • There, the nearly 1,000 attendees, including private practice clinic owners and physical therapists, will have the opportunity to get a first-hand look at – and demonstration of – the innovative construction-free HydroWorx 300 Series water therapy modality that was first unveiled in June 2015.


Bimodal IT, SDN & IoT: 5 paramount trends hitting data centres in 2016

  • Emerson said that these edge facilities, or neighbourhood data centres, will support the larger data centres providing low-latency content and applications to users or data processing and logic for IoT networks.
  • Reams of data will pour into data centres as IoT becomes more widely adopted, but data will not be the only changing factor impacting the industry.
  • To answer this, data centres will need to find a common language in which devices can interact.
  • According to Emerson, cloud could get more complex as data centre servers are still running below their optimum capacity.
  • The company said the solution will enable new levels of visibility, control and automation by creating interconnectivity across data centre systems.



  • This was not a public enquiry into a war, a plane crash or a complicated corporate legal case.
  • This is a tawdry saga that has wasted time and money, and only served to exacerbate the deep, deep pain and loss felt by a family.
  • The impact on families and all those involved in serious incidents is devastating.
  • The construction trades union UCATT has expressed concern that criminal proceedings, arising from the death of an electrician working on a demolition site in August 2007, have taken over 8 years to conclude (November 2015).
  • There is no justifiable reason why a case like this should not be resolved quickly.


Construction sector ‘in rude health’ as new business surges

  • THE UK’s construction sector remains in “rude health”, driven by the fastest rise in new business for a year, a report said.
  • Tim Moore, senior economist at Markit, said: “Another relatively buoyant construction PMI reading indicates that the sector remains in rude health.
  • But last month’s reading remains comfortably above 50 which indicates growth, and marks two-and-a-half years of sustained output growth across the sector.
  • The sector was driven by an uplift in commercial building, with housing and civil engineering work also expanding but at a slower rate.
  • The latest Markit/CIPS Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) survey for the sector showed that activity eased slightly to give a reading of 58.8 in October, although this was down from a seven-month high of 59.9 in September.


Winners Announced for Design Scholarship > ENGINEERING.com

  • The annual Vectorworks Design Scholarship sets the stage for up-and-coming designers to show off their talents.
  • The scholarship offers two tiers of winnings, the first of which offers $3,000 USD to winners.
  • Open to students pursuing design-related degrees in post-secondary and graduate programs, the 2015 rendition of the scholarship has its roster of winners.
  • Winners were selected from all categories for a grand total of 16 scholarship recipients chosen from a pool of over 2,000 entries.
  • In addition to Schmitz’s design, 15 other projects from around the world were recognized as first tier winners by the judges.


It Met creates flexible workspace for Buenos Aires ad agency

  • Argentinian studio It Met used corrugated plastic and sheets of wood to partition the workspaces of this advertising agency in Buenos Aires.
  • “We are are an architecture and design studio, so the furniture pieces that we develop are always directed to solve or to complement our architecture spaces,” said Ciovich.
  • “There are 10 different kinds of panels, and all of them were designed under the same concept,” said Ciovich.
  • Ten types of panel in different materials and coatings were used to designate meeting rooms, desk spaces and recreational areas.
  • “We believe in the concept of modular architecture that takes shape through the union of different parts.”


French Minimalism’s Love Affair With 1950s Architecture Explored at Galerie Pascal Cuisinier

  • Architectural & Minimalist: French Design of the Fifties runs from October 29 through December 31, 2015 at Galerie Pascal Cuisinier, Paris.

  • A new exhibition at Paris-based Galerie Pascal Cuisinier examines the motivation behind the close love affair and its influence.
  • The new show, “Architectural & Minimalist,” highlights about 30 select pieces, among them some of the most radical and minimalist designs of the era, across furniture, chair, and lamp design.
  • French minimalistic design and architecture have been married for years.
  • The gallery champions the first generation of French industrial designers – those with works produced between 1951 and 1961.