Newsroom Posts Tagged: hospitality construction

  • Word-of-the-Month: H-piles

    H-piles H-piles are structural beams that are used extensively in deep foundation applications to add stiffness and support for large structures. They shift high load bearing capabilities to deeper bearing soils when the surface soils lack the necessary support properties. Modern h-piles are traditionally made of steel or concrete, but.. More

    1 Aug 2019 |
  • Word-of-the-Month: Ground-Penetrating Radar

    Ground-Penetrating Radar A ground-penetrating radar is a geophysical method that uses radar pulses to image the subsurface. This nondestructive testing method uses electromagnetic radiation to reflect signals from subsurface structures to detect concealed objects. It can be used to detect embedded objects through a variety of media including rock, soil,.. More

    3 Jun 2019 |
  • Word-of-the-Month: Mock-up Room

    Mock-up Room A mock-up room is a single, full-sized model built within a multi-unit facility, such as a hotel or multi-family apartment building that is used as an example for the expanded team to review, adjust and utilize as a template for further construction. The prototype is meant to test.. More

    3 Dec 2018 |