03 Aug 2018

Concrete Microhomes of the Future

Every American wants to own their own home. Financially it isn’t always possible, particularly if you’re a first time buyer. According to the New York Times from 2017, the nationwide average home price is $182,500. Even with a deposit as low as 6 percent, this amount can be a struggle.

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14 Feb 2018

Main Street Marvel

By Jim Williams Construction people probably feel they have “seen it all” in scenarios of building construction. But even experienced workers have probably never experienced a situation like this one. We started out working in a 100-year-old building on Main Street, in downtown Memphis, Tennessee. We were clearing out old

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29 Nov 2017

How Safe Are Our Crumbling Bridges And Vulnerable Buildings?

By Douglas P. Taylor America’s bridges need work. So do some of the nation’s buildings – both old and new – that were designed to avoid collapsing during an earthquake or other major catastrophe, but aren’t quite up to the task of remaining inhabitable after disaster strikes. “Earthquakes are possible

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