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May 2017

Can Scaffolds Support This?

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Spring is in the air, the birds are chirping and scaffolds are being built. Can life get any better? It used to be that contractors feared winter in the northern regions of North America. Cold temperatures, snow, wind and generally miserable conditions prompted owners and contractors to curtail outdoor activities. That was then; now construction charges ahead, fearless and courageous against even the nastiest of weather. Once again science and progress has prevailed! Improved, clothing, materials, equipment and methods allow construction to continue in any environment.
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Concrete Formwork – Under Pressure!

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Anyone who has worked in the construction industry is likely all too familiar with the term or feeling – “Under Pressure.” In this article I am focusing on concrete formwork engineering pressure, that is.  This article is not going to provide you with a ten step list to have a more peaceful construction related career. I will give you one generic management bite, and that is, “in construction do not let the urgent less important stuff squeeze out the important but less urgent stuff.” Now that is over, I can write about real physical pressure.
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