Steel, wood, and concrete are the “big three” materials when it comes to multilevel construction. Do you know what makes them unique? Our experts break down the benefits and drawbacks of each one to help you save money, work quickly, and build to last.
When working on the structure of a building, there are many on-site risks to avoid. The more complex a project is, the more people it requires and the greater the risk of potential accidents. Workplace health and safety presents a significant challenge, here are some tips for reducing risks.
The instability of the market, paired with a massive increase in demand for construction presents numerous challenges. How can you ensure availability of materials on your work site while also respecting your budget? How can you avoid prolonged delays in the work? By getting your sub-contractors involved from the start.
The design-build construction delivery approach is proof that the construction industry has learned from its shortcomings. This approach is the answer to countless project management inefficiencies throughout the entire lifespan of the project, from delays to budget overages. Read on to find out how the design-build approach can streamline every element of a construction project.
Type of building, floor space, location—the number of determining factors when designing exterior walls can be disheartening. Nevertheless, these characteristics directly influence the choice of material and help determine the appropriate standards to uphold. Here are 4 key factors that should be taken into account.