Luxury Hotel Construction Moves Forward on Time Thanks to GPR
Sep01

Luxury Hotel Construction Moves Forward on Time Thanks to GPR

CSDA Contractor Locates Vital Embedments in 20-Story Building Tampa, Florida’s downtown waterfront district is undergoing a renaissance. Water Street in the Channel District is the epicenter of this transformation, which, when completed, will be a mixed-use neighborhood of hotels, office buildings, shops, entertainment, educational spaces, cultural attractions and homes. Artist’s rendering of the new JW Marriott at Water Street in...

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CSDA Contractor Gets Ready for Gameday!
Sep01

CSDA Contractor Gets Ready for Gameday!

GPR Scanning Helps NFL Event, MLB Stadium Improvements Go Off Without a Hitch Concrete cutting and GPR scanning are integral applications in manufacturing and renovating some of America’s most beloved entertainment venues. Recently, a CSDA GPR contractor was recruited to help prepare for the 2019 NFL Draft in Nashville, Tennessee and to help renovate a historic baseball field in Tampa, Florida. Steinbrenner Field in Tampa, Florida is...

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GPR Scanning Saves the Day at Wisconsin Hospital
Sep01

GPR Scanning Saves the Day at Wisconsin Hospital

Original Architecture Plans Proven Inaccurate, GPR Contractor Able to Provide Correct Plans On the Southern tip of Wisconsin, lying on the Illinois border, is the town of Beloit. At the largest hospital in town, Beloit Memorial, a 2nd floor wing serving as a multi-use medical suite and offices was being renovated by Milwaukee architectural firm Epstein Uhen Architects. The hospital, built in 1967, had undergone several renovations and...

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To Drill or Not To Drill?
Sep01

To Drill or Not To Drill?

CSDA GPR Contractor Helps to Revise Plumbing in New Charlotte Construction Charlotte, NC is one of the largest and fastest growing cities in the Southeast U.S, only surpassed by Jacksonville, FL. There is currently more than $1.7 billion of construction projects underway. Of that, 948,000 square feet of retail space and 8,500 residential units are under construction or in the planning stages. In June, Penhall Company was asked to scan...

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The Next Generation of Diamond Chain

By Todd Gerlach Since its introduction in the early 1990’s, the diamond chain category has evolved over the span of nearly three decades. In the early years, diamond chains were modeled after the basic architecture of woodcutting saw chain and typically suffered from excessive chain stretch and limited diamond life. As the years progressed, so did the technology and design. Through advancements in materials, component features and...

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