Construction

Using Drones on a Construction Site

Drone technology is rapidly evolving, and many construction sites rely on drones to help facilitate in many ways. Drones have downward-facing sensors, such as RGB, multispectral, thermal, or LIDAR, and they can capture a great deal of aerial data quickly. For example, surveyors can survey a property in a fraction of minutes, saving time and money. Drones are also useful for monitoring engineering work on...

Alternatives for Exterior Siding- Using EFIS or Stucco

Traditional stucco is applied by attaching a wire mesh to the external walls. A scratch coat of plaster is initially applied, and successive coats are added until the desired thickness is reached. The final or finish coat may have primer added to prepare for paint. Unlike traditional stucco that utilizes natural ingredients and mesh, External Insulation and Finishing Systems (EIFS) use layers that add...

partial demolition, interior of building

Demolition before you build

The demolition to a part or the entire building can happen quickly.  The size of the construction project will often bring different variables to consider.  Many times it is most cost effective to retrofit a project into an existing commercial building. Whether you are looking to expand your medical/dental practice into a larger facility, or you are starting out and need to customize a space to maximize...

Poured Cement Walls

Most homes built in the early to mid 19th Century have a basement built with cinder blocks. With advancements to cement delivery and design, the poured cement wall has become the first choice of homeowners and builders ever since. Poured cement walls offer greater strength against lateral water pressure and are constructed without joints like those found between blocks. Usually, the only joint with a...

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