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A Look At Metal Buildings: Why Our Custom Builders Use Metal

Although this may seem like a surprise to seasoning construction builders, steel is sometimes overlooked as a construction material in modern buildings. From skyscrapers to hospitals and schools to office spaces, steel provides a great number of benefits as a choice...

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The Difference Between Commercial and Industrial Construction

As a construction company who has experience in both commercial and industrial construction projects, we’ve noticed some distinct differences between the two in our years. For a civilian, or someone not trained in construction, you may not see a big difference, but...

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A Brief Look Into Bidding and Construction Contracts

Bidding rules can be confusing, especially for newcomers to the construction scene. If you are wondering what it means to public or hard bid, and how it can benefit you, read on for a brief look into bids. When is a Hard Bid Used? A hard bid is a term used in...

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The Benefits of a Safe Construction Site

Each year, hundreds of accidents occur on various construction sites around the world. In many cases, these accidents are related to improper equipment operation due to faulty equipment, ill-advised practices or untrained operators. Oftentimes, the victims of these...

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Commercial Construction Design Trends to Watch in 2018

With the new year, comes new evolution of construction. From the expectations of the consumers, to the innovation of the developers, design trends are going to be pushing the limits this year. 2017 was challenging in the construction world—from massive retail closures...

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A Few Thoughts on Metal Buildings

During the early phases of a commercial construction project when we’re still going through our pre-construction services, we’ll talk extensively with the client in order to understand their needs and to develop a solution that’s right for their specific situation. In...

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