Electrolux today outlined the awarded contracts to-date to subcontractors for the construction of its new North American Cooking Products manufacturing center in Memphis. Electrolux also provided specific steps it is taking to solicit bids and award contracts to Shelby County minority- and women-owned businesses (MWBE).
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At minimum, 15 percent of construction dollars will go to local minority- and women-owned businesses Electrolux today named WG Yates & Sons Construction as its general contractor for the construction of its new North American Cooking Products manufacturing center in Memphis. Yates will be responsible for the management of the $80 million construction project. In [...]
Site becomes R&D Center for North American Cooking Products and Global Electrolux Center for Electronics Development Electrolux Major Appliances North America (EMA-NA) today broke ground on a $5 million expansion to the Springfield, Tenn. cooking manufacturing facility. The expansion will result in Springfield becoming the company’s R&D Center and Purchasing headquarters for cooking products in [...]
City, county and state officials join Electrolux leaders in groundbreaking ceremony Electrolux leaders celebrated with state, county and city officials today on the site of its new North American Cooking Products manufacturing center in Memphis to mark the start of work on the site. “With the addition of this facility, Tennessee will become the North [...]
The top 8 concepts have now been chosen in the 2010 edition of Electrolux Design Lab. The finalists will be invited to present their concept to a jury of expert designers on 23rd September at 100% Design in London.
With the utmost dedication to the preservation of our planet, environmental leaders Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Mary Richardson Kennedy have embarked on a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified renovation to transform their 1920′s home into an extension of their personal environmental commitments.
The Milan Furniture Fair that took place in April is not only Europe’s largest kitchen and furniture show, but also the very epicentre of interior design.
Induction range cooking elements are perfect for melting chocolate and cooking delicate foods and sauces, more responsive than gas, and eco-friendly, too.