Improving The Cutting-Edge of Concrete Cutting
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Improving The Cutting-Edge of Concrete Cutting

  • October 28, 2021

Getting Better And Better Frequent innovation is necessary in the Construction and demolition are industries. There is always a demand to provide better environmentally and economically sound solutions for the never-ending development in cities across the United States and the world. Advancements in concrete cutting allow for more effective demolition methods and the reuse, repurposing, or restoration of existing concrete buildings, bridges, and other structures. The Need For Improved Demolition Methods According to the Environmental Protection Agency, construction and demolition waste exceed 600 million tons each year, more than double the waste produced municipally. Concrete makes up a sizable portion of this waste, and inventive new recycling and reusing methods are needed to reduce waste…

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America Demands Better Infrastructure Contractors

  • July 6, 2021

ASCE Grades The United States Infrastructure In June of 2021, The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) released the nationwide results of Americas Infrastructure Report Card. The overall grade of each state is judged in 8 categories. These include bridges, drinking water, energy, levees, railways, roads, transit and wastewater. The current United States average grade is a C- up from a D+ in the last report done in 2017. This improvement is a strong indicator that recent infrastructure investments have paid off. However, a C- grade still only translates to a mediocre score declaring our infrastructure is not ready for the strain of future generations. It will take a lot more work from all types…

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