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May 19, 2020
Steel-Framed Modular Construction

Steel-Framed Modular Construction For High-Rise Hotels: What You Need To Know

Steel-framed modular construction for high rise buildings is a constant practice in places like Europe and has been for many years. However, North America is only just coming to terms with this type of construction […]
May 16, 2020
Soils Report

What is a Soils Report and When is it Required?

If you intentionally clicked on this post, chances are, your construction or home project needs a soils report. It’s okay to be confused about the procedure, most people are. Usually, most people refer to engineering […]
May 16, 2020
commercial remodel

Tips To Help Run A Construction Project Effectively

Running a construction project requires a lot of time management and detailed planning in order for it to be executed in the right manner. There can always be things that go wrong when it comes […]
May 16, 2020
Grow Your Construction Business

Top Tips To Help You Grow Your Construction Business After The COVID Pandemic

Is it time for your construction business to grow? Are you looking to extend to new markets or territories? Growing your construction business, whether you are new to the game or have been in the […]
May 14, 2020
Construction Site

How To Manage Common Construction Site Hazards

Construction sites can be risky places to work and spend time around. The average construction site has a lot of potential dangers on it, and it’s important that you take the safety of everyone on […]
May 13, 2020
Solar Collectors and Heat Pumps

Renewable Hot Water Systems: Solar Collectors and Heat Pumps

Water heating is an everyday activity in most homes, especially in cold regions. However, commercial buildings like restaurants and hotels do a lot of water heating. Usually, when water heating is mentioned, the first methods […]
May 11, 2020
Construction Project

Do Not Ignore These Things When Setting Up Any Construction Project

A lot goes into a successful construction project. Plenty of people might believe that it’s just a matter of bricks, mortar, and concrete but they tend to miss a lot of the far more complicated […]
May 9, 2020
Construction Business

4 Tips To Help Grow Your Construction Business

All that hard work and dedication has paid off – you’re finally ready to expand your construction business onto new horizons. Building your customer base, solidifying your reputation, and gathering the resources is the tough […]
May 8, 2020
foundation problems

Are Foundation Problems a Major Red Flag When Buying a Home?

There are many house features to consider when you are looking to buy a house, like, aesthetic qualities, location of the house, kitchen layout, how old the house is, and many more. Obviously, all these […]
May 8, 2020
Landscaping

Why Landscaping Is A Crucial Part Of A Construction Project

How often do you think about the landscaping that surrounds you? When you’re sitting at work and notice the gardens outside, or when you’re at home and looking around your back yard or patio. What […]
May 6, 2020
New Software In The Construction Industry

New Software In The Construction Industry

There have been many new trends in the construction industry and one of them is the implementation of advanced software. State-of-the-art technology in the form of Augmented Reality (AR), Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Building Information […]
May 4, 2020
Construction Firms

How Can Construction Firms Prove They Are Dependable?

Of all industries, construction takes a lot of criticism from the general public, but this is because of the number of untrustworthy ‘cowboy’ firms that promise a service, accept customer’s money, and then disappear the […]
May 4, 2020
deck

Why Does the City Require a Permit for a Deck?

You may be thinking about adding a deck to your home and what type of material your deck should be made of. Before you think any further, it is important that you add how your […]
May 1, 2020
Retrofit

What Are The Cheapest/Best Ways Old Buildings Can Be Retrofitted To Be Made More Energy Efficient?

With buildings contributing to almost 40% of the United State’s energy consumption, you would agree with me that it takes a large part of the world’s energy demand. And contrary to popular beliefs, old buildings […]
April 30, 2020
Construction Industry

7 Problems The Construction Industry Could Do Without

As with any industry, construction has its fair share of challenges over the years. Yet these days, there appear to be some problems that are continually plaguing the industry. It doesn’t matter whether you run […]
April 29, 2020
future of construction

4 Ways The Coronavirus is Going to Change The Future of Construction

This is an article in the series adapting to the pandemic, where we intend to share useful tips for making it through these troublesome times. The COVID-19 pandemic has ground the old “normal” to a halt. […]
April 28, 2020
non-loadbearing walls

Homeowner’s training: which non-loadbearing walls can you remove, and where can you add?

This is an article in a series, where we intend to train homeowners to do basic inspections. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, safety and social distancing is a must. However, that does not mean your construction requirements […]
April 27, 2020
HVAC System

Upgrading Your HVAC System and Placing it on the Roof

Upgrading your HVAC system to a rooftop unit could be the solution to many of your A/C unit problems. You may have grown tired of the constant loud breathing of your A/C unit or the […]
April 24, 2020
Tiny homes

Tiny Homes: The Future of Housing Communities in The U.S.

This is an article in the series adapting to the pandemic, where we intend to share useful tips for making it through these troublesome times. The 21st century has seen a rise in new architectural styles […]
April 24, 2020
mixed-use buildings

The main benefits of mixed-use buildings

The United States had numerous mixed-use buildings until the ‘20s. However, these buildings were no longer considered essential or desirable when the automobile was introduced as a primary means of transportation. At the beginning of […]
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