We are excited to be at the DBIA Design-Build in Transportation Conference on April 18th through the 20th! Look for us at booth #321, and chat with us about your project needs. For more information about the conference, click here.
Other Articles You Might Like
February 13, 2018
Structure Support On Laterally Swept Piles
Anyone who has observed a significant number of piles has seen that, inevitably, the pile is not perfectly straight after driving. In spite of the best efforts of contractors, there are a whole host of reasons for piles to end up out-of-plumb or to have a curve, sometimes referred to as pile sweep. For two, recent projects with numerous swept pile, the available research was determined to be limited in application given the investigated pile sizes, lengths and measured sweep. As a result, the project team chose to perform static load testing to evaluate the ultimate resistance of the swept...
November 13, 2020
Introduction to Retention Walls: Select the Right System For Your Next Project
When: Thursday, December 17th @ 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (CDT) Where: GoToWebinar Whether you are working on a transportation project or a new building development downtown, temporary retention walls are critical to the safety and stability of many projects. While you will likely hire a consultant to design your next support of excavation system, as a project owner do you know the basics of retention wall selection and their installation? Are you familiar with the common problems project owners encounter and how they can be avoided with the right advance planning? Join us as our retention wall expert, Jeff...
February 28, 2020
How Risk Management Planning Can Save Your Facility
If an emergency strikes your facility, do you have plans in place that can minimize damage and liability to the company? What emergencies could happen? Recently Houston fire officials determined that a blast at a facility in West Houston caused by a propylene leak destroyed the facility, caused damage to more than 200 homes, and killed two people. Propylene — a chemical regularly used at the facility and many other similar facilities — is a hazardous chemical covered by several federal environmental and worker safety regulations. If a company stores more than 10,000 pounds of propylene, it is required to...