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The Necessary Safety Training for Earthworks

Did you know that over a quarter of all construction workers have faced some type of injury or been in an accident before? That’s an alarmingly high rate, one that warrants extra training beyond simple construction skills and craftsmanship. One of the additional training processes that are extremely important, especially in the earthworks field, is safety…
city infrastructure

Earthwork Series: City Infrastructure

City infrastructure relies on solid earthwork. It takes up a large part of the budget and planning. This is because of its importance in the overall construction. It’s predicted that prices will continue to rise. It’s due to supply chain problems and other Covid-19 related issues. These problems don’t stop the world’s growing need for…
stabilize soil

Earthwork Serie: How to Stabilize the Soil

If you’ve ever prepared for a large construction project, you know that there are many moving parts. From demolition to soil remediation, you should pay attention to the initial steps of a project. Proper preparation is as important as the construction itself. Stabilizing your soil is one of the key steps to preparing your construction…
power machines

Earthwork Series: Power Machines for Mass Excavation

Earth working is no small job. Moving large amounts of earth need to be done with careful consideration to the power machines you use and the safety of your workers.  Trying to use the wrong machines for mass excavation and other types of earthwork can lead to serious accidents and even destabilize your site for…
land grading

Earthwork Series: The Importance of Land Grading

The construction industry makes up an astonishing 4% of the U.S. GDP. Before any new industrial farm, apartment complex, or manufacturing plant can get started, they need a construction company. A vital foundation of the construction process is site grading. The land must be prepped and evaluated first, or you could end up with both immediate and future…
tear down

Earthwork Series: Site Demolition and Tear Down

At the end of 2020, the average commercial building in the US was almost 53 years old. Replacing old buildings with new ones is just one reason for demolition. Site demolition is an important part of the construction cycle. If your project involves the tear down of a building, you need to understand how the…
site clearing and grubbing

Earthwork Series: What Is Clearing and Grubbing?

Would you like to know about land development? Are you interested in learning how certain bodies of land came to their current condition? It’s no secret that landscapes must be prepared and developed prior to construction taking place. And that’s where the concept of site clearing and grubbing comes into play. What this entails is…
concrete flooring

3 Reasons to Choose Concrete Flooring for Your Commercial Building

Did you know that the Romans are responsible for perfecting concrete? The Pantheon in Rome built in 120 AD, is still the largest unsupported concrete structure in the world!  That means it’s been standing for nearly 2000 years! So if you are looking for something durable and long-lasting when it comes to commercial flooring then what…
rock excavation

The Rock Excavation Process: What You Need to Know

Are you interested in learning more about the rock excavation process? With more than 10 million people working in construction in 2020, it’s no surprise that more and more companies are appearing every year. The rock excavation process is a complicated one, but we’re here to help. We want to make sure that you have…
demolition site

The Demolition Site: Understanding the Demolition Process

Some of the coolest videos online are of demolition sites. Watching a building come down is a unique experience. But few people understand what goes into the demolition of a structure. Have you seen a structure that took months to build come down in a few days? This article will help you understand the demolition…