Foundation Drilling Safety Tips to Follow on Your Next Project

25 September 2019
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Drilling a foundation is one of the most difficult parts of the construction process. It entails trying to avoid electrical, gas and water lines. The drillers also have to deal with other environmental challenges such as rocky surfaces, wildlife and other challenges. If you own or are managing the construction site, it is advisable to carry out a comprehensive risk assessment and make sure to avoid all possible hazards. Here are some safety tips that you should follow when planning the next foundation drilling project. Read More 

Benefits of Crane Hire

29 May 2019
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Cranes are required in almost every construction site today due to the need for lifting heavy construction materials and machines from one location to another. However, some of these construction companies are small and cannot afford to buy cranes for regular use. Even though some companies can afford to buy expensive cranes, they still opt to hire crane services offered by trusted agencies. This is because it's much cheaper and convenient than buying a crane. Read More 

Understanding How to Buy Used Forklifts

23 April 2019
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Most businesses would rather buy used forklifts for several reasons. There are a lot of factors that are to be considered when the buying decision is being made. Even if these businesses can afford buying new forklifts, they prefer the used ones because the value for money is a lot better. If you are considering to buy one for your business, you cannot just purchase without knowing what the important considerations are. Read More 

Two methods of building demolition

30 January 2019
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There are many reasons for demolishing a building, especially if a building has become unsafe or there is a need for new construction. If you need to demolish a building on your property, here are two major demolition methods. 1. Mechanical demolition This is demolition through using the equipment. The following types of equipment are necessary for mechanical demolition: Sledgehammer: A sledgehammer is typically used for small demolition needs like a single column. Read More 

Why aluminium shoring could save your construction project time and money

21 December 2018
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If you work in the construction industry, you are probably familiar with the dangers posed by a trench cave-in. Your workers could face life-changing injuries or even death if the sides of a trench were to fall on them. Cave-ins are a serious danger anywhere that trenches are dug and the problem is not limited to large trenches — even fairly shallow trenches may present a risk to the safety of your employees if they are not properly protected. Read More