• Arrow Truck Sales, Kansas City, is celebrating its 55th anniversary. The company, launched in April 1950 in Kansas City, now is a part of the Volvo group of companies.

  • A fully renewable biodiesel facility has opened in Denton, Texas. The facility, which was built jointly by the city of Denton and California-based Biodiesel Industries, has an initial production capacity of 3 million gallons per year and is powered by biogas extracted from the city of Denton Landfill.

  • Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada-based Cover-All Building Systems will host several open houses throughout North America in May. For more information, call (800) 268-3768.

New Offices

  • Sundance Equipment has reorganized and moved its offices from Greeley, Colo., to Newton, Kansas. Doug Lloyd has been appointed president and general manager of the company.

  • Orlando, Fla.-based R.W. Beck Inc. has opened a Philadelphia area office to serve the Mid-Atlantic region.

  • Engineering and consulting firm CTI and Associates Inc., Brighton, Mich., has announced a new location in southwestern Pennsylvania that will service clients in Pennsylvania and Ohio.


  • The Society of Plastics Engineers, Brookfield, Conn., has given Grand Rapids, Mich.-based Cascade Engineering the Environmental Stewardship award. The award was presented at the 2005 Global Plastics Environmental Conference held in Atlanta.

  • SCS Engineers, Long Beach, Calif., has been awarded an honorable mention in the medium-sized-company category by the Environmental Business Journal as part of its 2004 Business Achievement Awards. Program.