According to the Virginia Rail Express (VRE) website, "VRE provides commuter rail service from the Northern Virginia suburbs to Alexandria, Crystal City, and downtown Washington, D.C., along the I-66 and I-95 corridors. Services began in 1992, operating 16 trains from 16 stations and carried, on average, 5,800 passengers daily. Now, VRE operates 30 trains from 18 stations and carry, on average, 20,000 passengers daily." READ MORE
According to WikiTravel, "Bermuda was first settled in 1609 by shipwrecked English colonists headed for the infant English colony of Virginia. Bermuda is a self-governing British overseas territory in the Atlantic Ocean north of the Caribbean, off the coast of North America east of North Carolina. It is one of the last remains of the once vast British colonial empire in North America." Bermuda is made up of 138 islands/islets, which contain one city (Hamilton), one town (St. George), and two villages (Flatts, Somerset). READ MORE
In operation since October 2007, The Mall at Partridge Creek is an outdoor shopping mall covering approximately 640,000 square feet and located in Clinton Township, Michigan - a suburb of Detroit. The website for The Mall at Partridge Creek describes it as "an exciting open-air regional shopping center… It is home to nearly 90 distinctive stores (Nordstrom, Carson's, The Gap, J. Crew) and restaurants. In addition, The Mall at Partridge Creek has amenities unique to malls in Michigan, including: bocce ball courts, free Wi-Fi, pop jet fountains, a TV Court, and a 30-foot fireplace." READ MORE
Engineered Software Products (ESP) began operation over 29 years ago as a traditional control systems integrator providing PLC, HMI, and plant floor information management solutions. Ten years ago, ESP expanded its capabilities and added engineered power solutions to its provisions, referred to as a turnkey electrical package, providing: Portable Prefabricated Electrical Building (eHouse), Electrical Equipment – Power Distribution and Motor Control, Automation System – PLC, HMI, Data Management, Electrical Engineering Services – Electrical Design and Automation Programming... READ MORE
The Miami-Dade Transit (MDT) authority was founded in August of 1960 and is the main public transit system for Miami, Florida. It is the largest transit system in the state of Florida and one of the largest (15th) in the United States. According to the Miami-Dade government website, "Miami-Dade Transit records over 353,000 daily (weekday) boardings on Metrobus, Metrorail, Metromover and STS combined."
In 2011, The Miami-Dade Transit Authority was in search of a company that could design outdoor LCD enclosures for numerous train stations. READ MORE
Established in 1971, COTA, the Central Ohio Transit Authority, is the public transit provider for Columbus and central Ohio. According to COTA.com, 'COTA provides more than 18 million passenger trips annually.' Overall, COTA has over 300 buses in its fleet, including 6 hybrid-electric buses.
Finalizing extensive modifications in 2016, The John Glenn Columbus International Airport, located east of downtown Columbus, spent approximately $80 million to upgrade the airport. READ MORE
Puratos is an international company, which has been in business for almost 100 years, dating back to its original founding in Brussels, Belgium. The American corporate headquarters are in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, with additional locations in New Jersey, Oregon, Wisconsin, California, Florida, and Washington. Specializing in desserts and the like, Puratos is a premium supplier of products that compliment baking, pastry, and chocolate products. According to thePuratos website, "Products and services are available in more than 100 countries around the world, and in many cases actually produced there by our subsidiaries. Clients are artisans, industry, retailers and food service." READ MORE
The Whitney Museum of American Art was founded by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney in 1930 and opened to the public in November of 1931. For most of its existence, the museum was located in Manhattan's Upper East Side (1966 to October of 2014). In May 2015, a new location was introduced to the public at 99 Gansevoort Street, New York, New York in the West Village/Meatpacking District. The new building (200,000 sq. feet & 8 stories, including 13,000 square feet of outdoor exhibition space) was designed by Renzo Piano and took approximately 5 years to complete - at a cost of $422 million. READ MORE
Since January 1971, COTA (Central Ohio Transit Authority) has been the official bus service for the city of Columbus, Ohio and surrounding areas. COTA is currently in the process of deploying CMAX, an all-new rapid transit service. CMAX is a limited-stop service and will connect passengers to major destinations in and around downtown Columbus. According to the official COTA website, the new service will improve service, improve mobility and reliability in congested areas, be less expensive for travelers, provide more travel options, and improve pedestrian access and safety. READ MORE
In business for over six decades, the Frank Kapr Funeral Home is located on West Pittsburgh Street in Scottdale, Pennsylvania, southeast of Pittsburgh, PA. The funeral home offers pre-arrangement services, burial services, cremation services, and pet services. According to the Frank Kapr website, they "embrace all faiths, traditions, creeds, customs and honor the rights of everyone's personal choice." In 1997, the Frank Kapr Funeral Home was recognized as Scottdale's sole funeral home member by the Selected Independent Funeral Homes. READ MORE
Jason's Deli, a gourmet sandwich shop with wholesome ingredients and a large salad bar, serves guests in 260 delis in 29 states. Family owned and community focused, Jason's Deli prides themselves on providing wholesome ingredients and were one of the first restaurant groups to remove artificial trans fats from the company's food, including processed MSG, high-fructose corn syrup, dyes and artificial flavors. Headquartered in Beaumont, TX, Jason's Deli has celebrated over 40 years in business. READ MORE
Penn State University, home of Beaver Stadium and PSU Football, is located in University Park, Pennsylvania. Beaver Stadium is one of the largest football venues in the nation, with a seating capacity of over 106,000. An audio video integrator for Penn State University was tasked with finding reputable LCD enclosure manufacturers. The integrator located ITSENCLOSURES through a web search and requested additional information on the possibility of a custom solution. READ MORE
Established in 1956, The Chartiers Valley School District is located southwest of Pittsburgh in Bridgeville, Pennsylvania; including two boroughs and two townships. The western Pennsylvania school district has approximately 3,400 students and over 250 teachers. The district includes a high school, middle school, intermediate school, and elementary school. A social studies teacher/department head at the high school discovered ITSENCLOSURES by performing a Google search for outdoor, touchscreen digital sign. READ MORE
Founded in 1972, Chefette is the largest quick service restaurant chain based on the Caribbean island of Barbados. The company currently has 14 locations and is known for its broasted chicken and specialty wraps (known as the "roti roll"). Chefette offers a large variety of food, including lamb chops, wings, onion rings, burgers, salads, pie, and ice cream. According to Travel + Leisure Magazine, Chefette is one of the best fast food restaurant chains in the world. READ MORE
The Palazzo Hotel, located at 3325 S. Las Vegas Boulevard, is a luxurious hotel and casino resort in Las Vegas. The hotel opened in 2007, just in time for New Year's Eve! At 642 feet high, it is the tallest building in Vegas. The Palazzo is part of a large complex that includes The Venetian Resort and Casino and The Sands Convention Center. According to the US City Traveler, the Venetian/Palazzo complex is the largest hotel in the United States (53 floors and 8,107 rooms)! READ MORE
Founded in April of 1921, the New York-New Jersey Port Authority (NYNJPA) is recognized as one of America's most distinguished transportation and public planning authorities. The NYNJPA oversees and manages airports, rails, tunnels, parking, bridges, and the overall transit in New York City and Northern New Jersey. The Port Authority also owns and manages the World Trade Center site. READ MORE
Nestlé is a world leader in nutrition, health, and wellness. Nestlé USA food production facilities manufacture many household names, including, Stouffer's, TombStone, California Pizza Kitchen, Coffee-Mate, DiGiorno, Haagen-Dazs, Edy's, Wonka, Coffee-Mate, Butterfinger, Sweetarts, Toll House, Libby's, Carnation, Nescafe, Hot Pockets, Lean Cuisine, Nesquik, and many other international brands. Nestlé USA has a longstanding relationship with ITSENCLOSURES. The Springvale, Utah location was referred to ITSENCLOSURES by another Nestlé location in the United States. READ MORE
In business since 1902, Senior Flexonics Pathway (SFP) has two locations in the United States: New Braunfels, Texas and Lewiston, Maine. According to SFPathway.com, the company has been a pioneer in delivering solutions to movements in high pressure and temperature process equipment. Senior Flexonics provides custom designed expansion joints, dampers, and HVAC for piping and ducting applications.
When researching stand-up enclosures for their plant, Senior Flexonics Pathway found ITSENCLOSURES on the Internet. READ MORE
Since 1987, the Fuyao Group, has been producing outstanding automotive glass for various markets. Fuyao Glass America is an OEM glass supplier for the world's top auto manufacturers, including GM, BMW, Isuzu, Chevrolet, Jeep, Chrysler, Honda, Ford, Toyota, Audi, Volkswagen, and Mercedes, just to name a few. Fuyao's locations in the United States include: Lake Orion, MI – Greenville, SC – Moraine, OH – Mt. Zion, IL.
Fuyao initially contacted ITSENCLOSURES after an internet search for computer enclosures. ITSENCLOSURES was re-engaged on the project through the referral of an integrator for Fuyao. READ MORE