Helicon Commercial Blog
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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.
While repairing your foundation is a great way to fortify the base of your building, there is potential for disruption, either to you or your tenants. Check out our newest blog to find out how you can keep your tenants happy during foundation repair.
One of the most important steps in effectively managing a commercial construction project is knowing how to select a contractor for a project in the first place.
The need for soil compaction reaches far back in human history, but has only recently been solved. At the dawn of the 19th century, soil compaction was used primarily for densifying the earth along roads.
We love getting our hands dirty in the ground below, knowing that our hard work will allow for something magnificent to be built upon it. On our shoulders, we carry that weight of excitement for building something new until we can transfer it successfully onto our solutions for general contractors, whether it is helical piles or underpinning or even now what we believe to be the future and part of our expansion of services; vibro replacement
In a wave of excitement that is sweeping over the Tampa Bay market; new commercial construction is growing! On the heels, of one such deal, Tuesday’s groundbreaking of a 26-story JW Marriott hotel marks the official start of Water Street Tampa’s transformation of the city’s skyline, getting to this point has required multiple evolutions of the development itself.
All signs and numbers point to a huge year for the construction industry. Even in December, with much of the nation frozen, the construction industry added 30,000 jobs, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
These forecasts were presented in the 2018 Construction and Design Outlook: Cheery or Dreary?webcast presented by ConstructConnect, the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) and the American Institute of Architects (AIA).