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The agreement with the Philippine power utility firm on the smart grid plan was signed between Zak and CEPALCO chief executive officer Ed Bautista.
Under phase one of the grid plan, transmission links should connect Saudi Arabia with the power grids of Kuwait, Qatar and Bahrain, while a separate grid will link Oman and the United Arab Emirates in phase two.
Andrews has preserved the four main elements of a colonial town - the grid plan layout, the provision of sites for defensive works, the clear distinction between urban and non-urban property and the creation of public space.
For group work and informal meetings, semi-enclosed conference/work areas are interspersed with the enclosed offices at strategic "nodes" within the grid plan.
Accomplishing all this within an uncomplicated grid plan, owner-architect David McMillen of Portland kept building costs below $40 per square foot in 1984.
The state is on the move with work on laying the 1,544-km two-lane Trans-Arunachal-Highway in progress, while railway and air connectivity is being improved to overcome communication bottlenecks, and the proposed tapping of 57,000 MW hydropower potential when the South Asia Grid plan is in the offing to transmit power to SE Asian countries.
The Marques de Pombal (1699-1782), responsible for rebuilding Lisbon on a heroic grid plan following the catastrophic earthquake of 1755.
Morris was surely drawn to Midtown because there the city's grid plan is most strongly expressed and the rectilinearity of the streets and avenues extrudes upward in modernism's glass-and-steel towers.
But 15 years later his rival Lysimachus, seized and enlarged the town, established its grid plan typical of Hellenistic cities and named it Nicaea, which it remained throughout the Byzantine era.
Aberystwyth, unlike less fortunate towns, like Carmarthen, has retained its original grid plan of streets and most of the original Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian buildings and indeed examples of Art Deco are still standing, providing an entertaining series of joyful and varied architectural detail.
The photographs shown here, taken in the Baixa area of Lisbon, which was rebuilt to a grid plan after the 1755 earthquake, give some sense of the great diversity of colours and patterns.