Helicon Commercial Blog
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Although a quality seawall, with regular maintenance, should last for several decades, you must be vigilant for telltale signs, such as concrete cracks, that may indicate premature failure of your wall's structural components.
A common occurrence with decks is cracking, which could stem from a few different causes. In this blog post, we’ll look at how you can repair cracked concrete pool decks for your tenants.
The same helical piers that are used to stabilize and lift the foundations of buildings that have settled or experienced foundational shifts can — and should — be used in pre-construction situations as well.
While all buildings need a foundation, commercial buildings need a foundation that will be able to withstand high weight loads and temperature changes.
Nothing is more frustrating than a flooding parking lot, especially in Southern summers with their quick, heavy afternoon rains. Fortunately, you have options for how to fix a parking lot that’s constantly flooding.
A geotechnical report is the process of collecting information and evaluating the conditions of the site for the purpose of designing and constructing the foundation for a structure, such as a building, plant or bridge.
Preventative care is possibly one of the easiest ways to ensure your commercial property stays functioning year round. With a bit of time and a proper checklist, you can fix things that need to be fixed, while keeping an eye on the rest of your property.
Vibro compaction can be an excellent solution to densify soils in preparation for significant load bearing or to mitigate soil liquefaction potential in earthquake prone areas.
Owning waterfront property can offer up a scenic view of your surroundings, but it also might take a bit more upkeep to make sure that your foundation is a solid as it should be.
One of the most important aspects of any commercial job site is worker safety. We’ve put together some of our top tips to help you keep things running smoothly when you’re out on a job.