3 Critical Assessment Areas When Seeking the Right Structural Engineering Partner

Posted on: 11 February 2019

With the current slump in the construction industry, startup construction contractors are looking for ways to offer services that stand out from the competition. One way that startups can gain a competitive edge is by collaborating with the right structural engineering firm. However, just because an engineer graduated from the best engineering school does not mean that they are the best at what they do. Therefore, it is essential to assess potential structural engineers to find the right partner.
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Residential Garage Door: Four Practical Tips for Minimising Operational Noise

Posted on: 19 January 2019

If your garage door makes a lot of noise during operation, you should plan for immediate garage door service. A loud door can be annoying, and the sounds can destroy the peace in your home. The noise might be bearable during the day. However, if someone opens the door during the night, the sound can be disruptive to both your family and neighbours. Here are some important tips to help reduce the noise produced by your garage door during operation.
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The Undeniable Importance of a Dilapidation Survey Prior To Property Development

Posted on: 2 January 2019

When gearing up to embark on a new property development project, you may think that once you have acquired the site, then you can go ahead with your plans. However, one aspect of property development that is always overlooked is the necessity of a dilapidation survey -- more so if you are thinking of developing the structure without razing it to the ground. Failure to engage in a dilapidation survey can leave you liable to a host of damages that you were unaware of, which can prove incredibly expensive down the road and even make you lose your development.
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How to Make the Most Out of Your Skip Space

Posted on: 24 October 2018

Putting rubbish in your skip may seem like the easiest part of the skip hire process, but if not done properly, it could potentially lead to additional costs and problems. Generally, you are required to load rubbish up to a certain line indicated near the brim of your skip. If you fill your skip beyond this level, your loaded bin will not be collected until you have removed the excess waste. Additionally, you may be required to pay a fine for breaching the terms of service.
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