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Three Questions That Can Help You Better Manage Corrosion

For many, corrosion may seem like a minor problem. A little rust here and there, maybe some pipes weaken and need to be replaced down the road — nothing that can’t be handled. And on a case-by-case basis, this may be true, because sometimes all corrosion amounts to is a little rust.

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Attention Vertical Contractors: The Public Building Renewal Act of 2017 Matters to You

Since 2010, more than $36 billion in U.S. transportation public-private partnership (PPP) projects have advanced. Over that same period, however, only one public building PPP was constructed. There is one key reason for the lack of PPP activity in public buildings – the U.S. Tax Code.

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Sound Construction

USING FLOOR-TO-CEILING WALLS AND SOUND MASKING BY NIKLAS MOELLER K.R. MOELLER & ASSOCIATES LTD. Closed offices and meeting rooms are built with the intention of providing occupants with both visual and acoustic privacy. While the first goal can easily be achieved, the latter often proves more challenging. Some argue that this failure indicates poor design or construction. However, this position ...

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Plan the Work, Then Work the Plan

COMMITMENT TO PROJECT EXCELLENCE LANDS GRUNLEY AN ALLIANT BUILD AMERICA AWARD By Katie Kuehner-Hebert The feat of transforming part of an historic hospital more than a century old into the new headquarters for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security — ahead of schedule and under budget — has earned the St. Elizabeths Adaptive Reuse Phase 1B Project in Washington, D.C. ...

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