OSHA Liability 2019—Merrily We Roll Along
May10

OSHA Liability 2019—Merrily We Roll Along

As 2019 gets underway, it is important to look back at what occurred in 2018 and hopefully learn from events and modify responses to scenarios that are likely to arise this year. This article will discuss several of the more salient compliance issues likely to arise in 2019 and provide recommendations OSHA ENFORCEMENT IN 2018 In 2018, OSHA essentially continued to operate as it had during the Obama Administration since there was no...

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Customized Fleet of Robots Takes Down Shopping Mall
May10

Customized Fleet of Robots Takes Down Shopping Mall

CSDA Contractor’s Arsenal of Robots Provides the Best Solution Technology in construction has introduced methods of modifying and demolishing concrete structures with such precision and to such strict tolerances that operations in other parts of the same building are able to continue, even hundreds or thousands of feet up in the air. One of the most exciting and promising technologies has been the introduction of remotecontrol and...

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Concrete Sawing Only Choice to Upgrade DFW
May10

Concrete Sawing Only Choice to Upgrade DFW

The Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is the ninth-busiest airport in the U.S., with nearly 1,000 flights arriving and departing daily serving over 69 million travelers each year. Aircraft take off and land from seven runways, all of which are the original runways from the airport’s construction in 1973. Airport officials determined that Runway 17C-35C was in need of replacement, and a CSDA contractor was chosen to provide...

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Nutrition for Job Performance
May10

Nutrition for Job Performance

Healthy diet, superfoods, low-fat, high-protein and counting carbs – all buzzwords we have heard on television, read in books, magazines and on the internet. There is a wealth of information concerning nutrition out there that, at times, can seem conflicting and often confusing. So who is right and what is really important when it comes to eating a healthy diet and what impact does this have on your job performance? The answers may...

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Diamond Sawing Tunnel Damaged by superstorm sandy
May10

Diamond Sawing Tunnel Damaged by superstorm sandy

INNOVATIVE CUSTOM-BUILT TRUCK GETS THE JOB DONE On October 29, 2012, Superstorm Sandy slammed the Atlantic coast of United States, roaring onshore at Atlantic City, New Jersey with sustained winds over 80 mph. At the time, it was the costliest hurricane to hit the United States (until Hurricanes Harvey and Maria in 2017) and caused over $70 billion in damage. The storm’s heavy rains and a high tide amplified by a full moon flooded the...

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