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Othala

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Re: The British Construction Company Ltd.
« Reply #20 on: October 19, 2009, 11:19:58 AM »

October 19th 2009


The British Construction Company Ltd is quite capable of building a Type 2 shipyard / port in Amsterdam, a price will need to be negotiated and of course we shall need to determine how many berths, drydocks, etc you want.




OOC: Before we can proceed here though, I think you need to ask the Economy Moderator for his approval (Confed Repub - Mitch) if you have already -- then great, we can get on with it.
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Re: The British Construction Company Ltd.
« Reply #21 on: January 31, 2010, 03:53:45 PM »

January 31st, 2010


The British Construction Company Ltd is pleased to announce that development crews which had deployed to Greenland in late October have completed construction of humanitarian aid camps, warehouses, and basic commercial seaports (along with one military port) for the aid flowing from the UKNA to the major population centres of Kulusuk, Ittoqqortoormiit. While Mestersvig had been on the population list of major centres it did not take the SAS emergency response team long to realize that the site was more valuable as a military airstrip than as any meaningful population centre.  Simply put, it was more than probably mislabelled as very few locations on the sub-continent are actually heavily populated (even in a relative term).

A decision has been made to create a test-track for MagLev transportation regarding Hazardous Conditions and advanced building techniques.  To this end, the Tube Enclosed Single Track [TEST] program has been initiated and engineering crews have begun plotting the course as well as the computer control systems for the air-pressure controls to maintain dome integrity without disrupting travel speeds.

There is hope that the success and lessons of this project will allow for future underwater-deepsea transit-lines.

Notice of Construction Signed,
John Gerring
Royal Minister for Commerce

Francis Pinkerton
CEO, British Construction Company Ltd.
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Re: The British Construction Company Ltd.
« Reply #22 on: March 27, 2010, 03:48:18 AM »
Warlordian construction request:

There are several fast-flowing rivers which tend to overflow during the rainy season.
Thus we want to build hydroelectric dams who will also serve as regulators of water levels in order to minimize annual flooding risks.

We chose your company to handle the more difficult construction task because of the need for skills of the highest order.

This presents your engineers and architects with the following challenges:

1: Construction of a dam on a continuously fast flowing river subject to seasonal increase of water levels on very short notice.

2: Reinforced structure to cope with the wear and tear of tropical climates and extremely heavy seasonal rainfall.

3: Limited infrastructure at the beginning of the building process (Warlordia will of course construct roads but we cannot guarantee paved roads until later in the process).

4: Standardized mounts for Siemens turbines.

5: Multiple redundancy systems and emergency drainage ducts as per Warlordian safety regulations.

Unskilled labour can be provided by Warlordia.

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Re: The British Construction Company Ltd.
« Reply #23 on: August 17, 2010, 05:19:00 PM »

August 17th 2010


BCC Ltd News update:

The MAGLEV construction effort in United Iberia is nearing completion.  The tracks and stations have all been completed and final test phases have begun with the control centres and travel schedules.  About 2/3 of the train cars have been delivered and we expect the remaining cars to be on the tracks within 3 months.

(ooc:Map to be uploaded when time provides)

TEST Program in Greenland is proceeding well under a moderate summer construction season that has allowed for much of the tube-track to be constructed.  The test stations have not yet been constructed as much effort and engineering were necessary for the tube design and construction.  As this is truly new ground for our company and the world, all efforts have been made to do it right - the first time.

Royal Navy Port facilities in Gibraltar have been upgraded and defense structures erected in numerous locations.  While the construction here has significantly upgraded the military presence capability - it should be noted that the Weaverian Home Defense Force and RN Marines continue to work in unison ensuring port security. 

Standard Royal Navy berthing ports have been completed in the Southern Territories (Heard, McDonald, Antarctic & Bouvet Islands) as well as a pair of moderate sized SAR bases to continue the UKNA passion for safety of all at sea.

We have been awarded a construction contract for the "Bloemfontein Super-Cargo Depot" & "Uppgrade/Construct new bridges, Bloemfontein - Johannesburg" within the Republic of Stellaland.  An engineering and assessment team will fly out from London tonight and be onsite within 48 hours to draft site plans.


Press Release Signed,

Francis Pinkerton
CEO, British Construction Company Ltd.
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Re: The British Construction Company Ltd.
« Reply #24 on: May 02, 2012, 08:40:01 PM »

May 2nd, 2012


BCC Ltd News update:

Greetings friends and colleagues, much has occurred since last a gathering has been held in this office and it warms my heart to be able to discuss with you all that has kept this esteemed company busy and out of the press.  Like our King, we have always believed that when you have a project to complete it is best to simply put ones body and soul into it and then discuss afterwards.

We are an engineering and construction company, and more patriotic than we care to hide :-D  It was with great pride we have accepted the infrastructure challenges granted to us and true grit for which we have tailored those projects for the needs of you, our countrymen.

The TEST (Tube Enclosed Single Track) Program being conducted in Greenland has been fully constructed and testing is proceeding with favorable results.  The airflow engineering proved to be quite difficult with regards to the station / tube track interface.  We have discovered that in order for the MAGLEV trains to move safely within the tubes have necessitated intricate airflow management timed to the millisecond to the activation and deactivation of the MAGLEV track.  This has meant that the tube track was redesigned from the end of the station platforms out to 25m beyond the MAGLEV Train length.  Basically we built a pressure terminal within the tube track at either end, in essence an airlock from standard atmospheric pressure in the stations to purely engineered airflow in the chamber then the track.  Due to this major factor, we have learned that the Tubed MAGLEV Tracks must be uni-train design.  We are thankful for this knowledge as it has also given us insight to the style and form that switching stations will require and streamlined design for the future Nordic and Sub-Oceanic Networks planned by the British Construction Company Ltd.

In United Iberia, as bequeathed by High King James, we have constructed large Universities in the cities of Braga, Lisbon, Santander, San Sebastian and Leon.  In accordance with our other goals both asked for from the crown and our business plans, we have incorporated a MAGLEV terminal at each of these institutions.  Each University promotes experiential and classroom education by design and a view to the future.  We hope that the administrative boards that inherit these campuses maintain this vision and treat themselves as bastions of learning and research without worry of structural administration.  The company will maintain the campuses paid for by a special fund from the government in order that quality be maintained and never at the expense of the quality of instruction nor cost to the student body.

Additional projects have been keeping us solidly busy in the previous term, details of their complexity and overall status will be released to you in short order.   For now, I wish you all a pleasant evening for now, goodnight and god bless.

Press Release Signed,

Francis Pinkerton
CEO, British Construction Company Ltd.

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Re: The British Construction Company Ltd.
« Reply #25 on: May 11, 2012, 12:53:30 AM »

May 11th, 2012


BCC Ltd News update:

Good Evening Ladies and Gentlemen, it is with great pride and accomplishment that I give to you the complete mapping of the United Iberia Maglev System.  All UKNA United Iberia cities have an inter-city network for the major ports, post secondary institutions, housing and economic zones.  Such networks were not constructed in the LU connected cities of Iberia due to lack of funding from their government.



The Green show all public tracks and terminals in UKNA Territory
The Orange show all public tracks and in Latin Union territories of Iberia
The combined Green & Orange city circles show where the two sets join and rest assured, customs terminals are established here.
The Red shows the UKNA Only Military Troop lines.

I will continue to keep you all updated regarding the various other projects we are working on around the world and hope that we will see you soon aboard the United Iberia Maglev System.

Press Release Signed,

Francis Pinkerton
CEO, British Construction Company Ltd.

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