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Hopefully everyone has a fantastic holiday season! The weeks leading up to Christmas can be frantic with decorating, crowded malls, finding the perfect gifts, wrapping, and visiting family. As enjoyable as Christmas day is, it seems to come and go entirely...
Do you know the environmental impact of utilizing refrigerants? How do you phase them out and with what? Read on to learn more.
Have you outgrown your current premises and need to find a way to expand your storage capacity? Or need more office space for meetings? The usual answer to this problem is to look for an alternative accommodation. However, this process can be both time consuming and...
Home to West Virginia University and its acclaimed Mountaineer football team, the town of roughly 30,000 sits amongst the rolling hills of northern West Virginia along the banks of the Monongahela River, but what the town lacks is public parking. A recently completed parking garage is helping to meet parking needs.
This story was featured in the December 2016 issue of Modern Steel Construction.
I used to believe that good engineers never made mistakes. Now I believe that good engineers have simply learned to never repeat mistakes. In the decade I’ve been working as an engineer, I’ve made countless decisions — most good, but some bad. Each decision taught me something, but the lessons from the bad ones are harder to forget. One of those lessons has stuck with me since my first week on the job, more than ten years ago.
Investing in a Geotechnical Report, conducted by a Professional Structural Engineer, is a crucial first step in planning your building site. The Geotech Investigation will allow you to assess the site for safety and compatibility for your building type, preventing major future expenses and issues.