Manufacturing Facility Opened

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Attica Correctional Facility
... The Attica Correctional Facility is a maximum security/supermax New York State prison located in the town of Attica, New York, operated by the New York State Department of Correctional ... to life), and who are usually sent to the facility because of disciplinary problems in other facilities ...
GK Wien–Southeast - Facility
... This facility was built by Siemens and had a maximum transfer power of 600 MW with an operation tvoltage of 142 kV ... While the facility in Etzenricht got obsolete in 1995 after synchronisation of power grids in Western and Eastern Europe, GK Vienna-Southeast remained in service at first, because the direct ...
Ascot - Facilities
... Ascot Racecourse, a Berkshire, UK horse racing facility Ascot Gold Cup, major race held at the Ascot racecourse ... Ascot Racecourse, Western Australia, a horse racing facility Ascot Stadium, a facility in Gweru, Zimbabwe Ascot Park (speedway), a motor racing track in ...
University Of Toronto Buildings - Recreation, Athletic, and Wellness Centre (or RAWC)
... The facility is at the University of Toronto Mississauga campus, which is positioned at 3359 Mississauga Rd ... The RAWC opened up in September 2006 ... The facility is 73,000 square feet ...
Shure - Company History - Production Facility Expansion
1982 Manufacturing facility opened in Wheeling, Illinois 1983 Phonograph cartridge manufacturing facility opened in Agua Prieta, Mexico 1984 Wired microphone manufacturing facility opened in Juarez ...

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