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  • 21
    Apr

    Essential Tips When Constructing a Warehouse For Your Company

    There are many advantages to constructing a warehouse for your company. It allows you to keep your important items and documents safe and secure, without them having to be kept in the office, where they can end up taking too much space. A warehouse can also allow you to...

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  • 16
    Apr

    How to Run Construction Design Projects Remotely

    This is an article in the series adapting to the pandemic, where we intend to share useful tips for making it through these troublesome times. Businesses in many different industries have transitioned to remote-only operations as we try to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Even for those still open, many...

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  • 15
    Apr

    Contractors: Are You Organized?

    Any small business is right now doing whatever they can to survive. The world is in the middle of a pandemic, so it makes sense that small businesses are worrying right now. Contractors are also panicking that there won’t be enough work for them to survive. It’s a big...

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  • 14
    Apr

    Are Multi-Family Buildings the Future of Housing?

    With enough capital, multi-family buildings are good investment options. This type of housing is continuously gaining popularity for many reasons, begging the question if multi-family buildings are the future of housing? But before we dive into that aspect of this article, it would interest you to know what multi-family...

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  • 13
    Apr

    Building Better Relationships With Your Construction Suppliers

    In the construction industry, building good relationships with your suppliers is an excellent way to ensure that your company has staying power in the industry. When you can’t get along with suppliers, you’ll find it extremely challenging to establish a stable business workflow and it could cost you many...

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  • 10
    Apr

    How to Keep Your Construction Project Moving During the Coronavirus Outbreak

    This is an article in the series adapting to the pandemic, where we intend to share useful tips for making it through these troublesome times. In the event of a worldwide pandemic like the coronavirus outbreak that is currently plaguing the world, it is imperative that all ongoing construction projects...

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  • 08
    Apr

    Homeowner’s training: alternatives when you can’t do a soil report

    This is an article in a series, where we intend to train homeowners to do basic inspections. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, safety and social distancing is a must. However, that does not mean your construction requirements must be overlooked or paused. Together, we can remotely manage your construction...

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  • 08
    Apr

    6 Professionals You Will Need for Building A Home

    Building a home is a complex activity. It’s not something that you can look up on Youtube and DIY right after. It’s much more complicated than that. For one, building a house requires special skills and coordination. More importantly, it requires professionals and experts in the field of home...

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  • 07
    Apr

    What makes retractable screens a must-have for homes?

    Innovation has always helped to improve our lives, as evident from the central air conditioning system to flat-screen televisions and from smartphones to GPS systems. The latest in line is the retractable screens for homes that offer better ways to screen doors and windows that ensure safe and comfortable...

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  • 06
    Apr

    Homeowner’s training: how to identify load-bearing walls from partition walls

    This is an article in a series, where we intend to train homeowners to do basic inspections. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, safety and social distancing is a must. However, that does not mean your construction requirements must be overlooked or paused. Together, we can remotely manage your construction...

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  • 06
    Apr

    Why It’s Never Worth It To Scrimp on Design Improvements

    Whether you are an individual hoping to upgrade your home or a business looking to expand the home office to reflect your recent success and growth, you must find a structural engineering company to help design and install these improvements. There are many of these businesses across the country....

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  • 06
    Apr

    How to add workspace to your home for remote work

    This is an article in the series adapting to the pandemic, where we intend to share useful tips for making it through these troublesome times. The coronavirus pandemic has forced many offices to close. As we are increasingly turning to the work from a home model, many previous assumptions...

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  • 03
    Apr

    Everything you need to know about MEP design and its role in sustainability

    You can always rely on the services provided by MEP engineering in order to solve any problems related to the design of a new or old building or to revamp operational procedures at your present house. Nowadays, more and more importance is given to the sustainability concept implied in...

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  • 02
    Apr

    5 Steps You Must Follow to Design a Secure Home

    The safety of your home should be of paramount importance and should be on your priority list if it isn’t already. When you decide to rebuild or renovate your house, you must ensure that you take measures to protect your house and its surrounding area. This also gives you...

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  • 31
    Mar

    5 Common Types of Shoring and Its Uses

    To prevent a structure from collapse, there has to be some kind of support, shoring usually provides this support. The most common shoring techniques that we encountered during the early stage of construction is an excavation. Shoring is important in preventing a project mishap due to the retained soil...

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  • 30
    Mar

    Why is My House Sinking and What Should I Do When that Happens?

    As much as everyone would love his/her home to last a lifetime, unfortunately, that is not the case. This is because, as time passes, structures begin to depreciate. It loses its initial sparkle and you begin to notice some damage signs. Minor damages like cracks, for example, basic repair...

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  • 26
    Mar

    Preparing for the coronavirus: building safe environments to live and work in

    This is an article in the series adapting to the pandemic, where we intend to share useful tips for making it through these troublesome times. The coronavirus pandemic has changed how many of us used to live and work, and its effects are likely to stay for a long...

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  • 25
    Mar

    From Spare Room To Home Office: Designing The Perfect Workspace

    For years now, many people have set up their own businesses at home. From eCommerce to freelance endeavors, startup owners have enjoyed the flexibility that working from home can bring. And with a range of downloadable apps that can make running a business easy (ish) and virtual address facilities...

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  • 24
    Mar

    Important things to consider before you build a deck

    Even though many people believe that building a deck will take a lot of time, you need to know that with the right knowledge and information, this task can be completed in just a couple of weeks. The majority of aspects regarding the deck design are regulated by state...

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  • 20
    Mar

    Accessory Dwelling Units: Benefits and Challenges

    The housing market could face a crisis as home prices are on the rise and demand for housing is increasing. Historically, federal and local housing policies have favored single-family homes, but such homes make inefficient use of land and have exacerbated our needs for affordable housing. For this reason,...

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