Promoting the Benefits of Precast

From versatility to aesthetics, design-build efficiency, sound absorption, increased thermal properties, resistance to insects and the elements, and reduced costs, the numerous benefits of precast concrete over site-cast concrete are well-known by architects, contractors, and customers worldwide…

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Developing Safer, More Efficient Methods of Construction Using Prefabrication

Locke Solutions designs and manufactures precast concrete structures used in underground utilities for commercial and industrial projects, and it also provides metal fabrication services. By designing and manufacturing concrete precast structures in its facility, the company can offer the construction world a more efficient way to complete a project. The precast method also creates a safer work environment for the workers on the construction site.

Locke Solutions

Seismic Expertise on a Global Scale

CoreBrace manufactures state-of-the-art structural components, known as buckling-restrained braces (BRBs), designed to help a building withstand the kind of lateral movement experienced during an earthquake. The company headquarters is located in West Jordan, Utah with fabrication facilities in Pocatello, Idaho, and serves customers around the globe. “We save lives and protect properties by making structures more resilient and more capable of withstanding the demands of seismic loading,” says General Manager Mike Linford.

CoreBrace

Diversify and Prosper

Arden Engineering Constructors provides mechanical engineering construction and maintenance services to industries throughout New England, and is a member of the Arden Building Companies family.

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The Albertan Architectural Firm that Has Thrived for 25

S2 Architecture is a full-service architectural and high-end interior design firm with studios in Calgary and Edmonton. It was founded in 1993 by Robert Spaetgens, who was soon joined by his former college roommate David Symons.

S2 Architecture

A Pioneer in the Oil and Gas Service Industry

For fifty years, Brammer Engineering, Inc. has been a pioneer in the oil and gas service industry, offering comprehensive contract operating services as well as a full range of standalone services. Construction in Focus spoke with Keith Evans, President of Brammer Engineering, to learn more about how this company is leading the industry.

Brammer Engineering, Inc.

Positively Impacting Lives

Construction management firm Moore Construction Services offers design-build and general contracting services throughout southeast Wisconsin from its headquarters in Menomonee Falls.

Moore Construction Services

A One-Stop Shop for All Concrete Needs

Twenty-five years is a milestone anniversary for Dallas-based Southwest Construction Services, whose work spans the entire concrete field. While the company’s roots run deep in Texas, the team goes where their clients take them, expanding into new service areas and working in more than 20 states.

Southwest Construction Services

Trusted & Transparent Online Freight Solutions

Meet VeriTread – an online freight solution platform with three generations of equipment transport expertise here to solve every problem that heavy haul transport has ever presented. This high-level consultant’s superior software has changed the way the world ships large quantities of iron, for good.

VeriTread

Comfort You Can Feel, Quality You Can Trust

Comfort You Can Feel, Quality You Can Trust Conditioned Air SystemsBy Jen Hocken View in E-MagazineView in Brochure Full-service Conditioned Air Systems (CAS) serves the North Georgia region with every aspect of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) including design, sales, fabrication, installation, energy management, service, and maintenance for the residential, commercial, and industrial markets. The company works on a variety of projects of any size and has an in-house fabrication shop that allows it to create parts such as custom ductwork for every project. ~ Founded in 1983 by Doug Magnus, Conditioned Air Systems had humble beginnings with only […]

Conditioned Air Systems

Building the Next Generation

As thousands of experienced workers retire across North America every day, it is small wonder many industries are concerned about the future. It has been a decade since the oldest members of the baby boom generation started leaving their jobs, removing from the workplace decades of experience and skills that are tough to replace. The situation is so dire that, when younger workers are not available or knowledgeable enough to take over, retired staffers are often called back to work on a part-time basis.

December 8, 2019, 1:26 PM EST