A Historic Renovation 100 Years in the Making – The 1909 masonry two-story Pitt Carriage Factory Building is located in the East Des Moines Industrial Historic District and has a unique and admirable history. The location donned the first woman-owned carriage works factory in the U.S. in 1910, ten years before women even had the right to vote . . .
During the spring of 2017 in southern Quebec, Canada there was unprecedented rainfall and widespread flooding. Rivers in the Montreal area burst their banks and submerged entire communities. In one area, a pedestrian pier was completely submerged under three feet of water for two weeks . . .
On the banks of the Willamette River at a bustling port in Portland, Oregon, a Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) analyst and a core drilling operator inspected a series of reinforced octagonal concrete piles and drilled cores for crucial structural integrity tests on an aging pier.
Metropolitan areas in the U.S. are enjoying an upsurge in concrete construction, and growing number of architects, engineers and general contractors are specifying the use of subsurface imaging technology to identify hazards.
The University of Utah Hospital’s Air Medical Transport Services (AirMed) needed help locating several post-tensioned cables.
A major petroleum company had to inspect the 1-foot-thick outer rings of four large 45-foot-diameter reinforced concrete docking cells at the Port of Jacksonville, Florida.