Thinking Inside the Box Never Looked this Good

The Canadian leader in modular building solutions since 2000, RCM Modular Solutions Group has proven itself repeatedly as a specialist in modular construction. The group provides fully integrated craftsmanship and expertise.

RCM Modular Solutions Group

Innovative Boxed-in Solutions

Named as a finalist in the New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program (NJMEP) Manufacturer of the Year in 2016, Sea Box Inc. are the specialists in container design, modification, and manufacture. With over three decades of experience, the company has developed the capacity and the reputation for high quality, innovative shipping, storage, and shelter solutions. If you can think it, they can build it.

Sea Box Inc.

Constructing a Greener Future, Module by Module

In the residential construction business the variables of quality, cost and time are often at odds, with one or another almost inevitably sacrificed. But according to Arthur Klipfel, founder, president and CEO of Oaktree Development it doesn’t have to be that way and there is, in fact, a better way…

Oaktree Development

Changing the Way the World Builds

From education to healthcare, hospitality to retail, and commercial housing to office buildings, modular construction is everywhere. Leading the charge is the Modular Building Institute (MBI). A non-profit trade association based in Charlottesville, Virginia, the MBI serves as the Voice of Commercial Modular Construction®, and remains the sole international non-profit trade association representing the growing commercial modular construction industry.

The Modular Building Institute (MBI)

55 Years of Architecture and Engineering Excellence

For fifty-five years, PS&S has been one of the best-known architecture and engineering companies in New Jersey, and midway through its sixth decade, PS&S is stronger than ever and poised for growth. We spoke with John Sartor, PS&S’s President and Chief Executive Officer.

PS&S

Heatec Launches an Ambitious Five-Year Growth Plan

“We make heaters, tanks and related equipment for asphalt plants. We also make heaters and related equipment for asphalt terminals and heaters for other industries: oil and gas, food –things like that,” explains Jerry Vantrease, construction sales manager at Heatec.

Heatec

Paving the Way to Quality

Asphalt’s history, or a form of it, goes back – way back – to around 3,000 B.C. It was first used by the Sumerians as a binding substance for inlaying precious stones and shells. It was also used in ancient times for waterproofing, cementing bricks and mummy preservation. The Incas of Peru used it for some of their highway systems.

The Texas Asphalt Pavement Association (TXAPA)

A Leading Heater Company Expands its Product Line and Mission

For decades, Tioga HVAC Rentals & Sales (formerly Tioga Air Heaters) has designed and manufactured industrial heaters to warm work sites operating under brutal weather conditions. Tioga’s heaters can be found across North America as well as Russia, South America, Poland, and Kazakhstan, among other locales.

Tioga HVAC Rentals & Sales

The Power of One, The Resources of Many

From humble beginnings as a roofing company, The Bulldog Group Inc. has grown into a significant collection of independently operated companies providing superior commercial roofing and waterproofing, canopy and awning installation, and storefront glass framing and installation.

The Bulldog Group, Inc.

A Leader in the Field

CPRC Group is a privately owned business that has five locations across Maine where people can drop off a variety of commercial and residential waste. Using innovative technologies, this waste is then converted into usable products at the company’s two main processing facilities. In addition, CPRC Group works with about eighty municipalities within Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts, assisting them in increasing the amount of waste that is recycled.

CPRC Group

Cold Weather Construction

Across North America, cargo shorts, Capri pants and flip-flops are relegated to the back of the closet, with parkas, sweaters and boots taking their place. And just as we winterize our bodies and our cars with warm clothes and snow tires, we do much the same to our houses in preparation for the cold months ahead, from cleaning out gutters to sealing cracks around windows and doors, wrapping pipes with insulation, replacing the furnace filter, draining water from the outside faucet and – if there is a fireplace or woodstove – stocking up on firewood. And those who fail to prepare often pay the price with drafts and high heating costs or, even worse, mould, moisture damage or frozen pipes.

January 24, 2018, 2:16 AM EST