Submitted by Braam Swart on Tue, 09/19/2017 - 18:01
Tackling any construction project can either done responsibly or irresponsibly. Whether you’re renovating your personal dwelling or you’re involved in planning the erection of a brand new office block in Melrose Arch, knowing how to reduce the carbon footprint can have a meaningful impact on both your savings and the environment. Wastefulness with building materials runs parallel to wastefulness with funding, after all!
Submitted by Braam Swart on Tue, 08/29/2017 - 11:36
Sports grounds construction has to be among the simplest and most cost-effective construction projects a school can get up to, right? Comparing these projects to the erection of school buildings, however, is a little bit like comparing apples and oranges; the costs of a simple hockey AstroTurf or cricket pitch may surprise you.
Firstly, the sheer scope of these projects is generally underestimated. Sports grounds construction also goes hand-in-hand with a lot of maintenance, especially when dealing with grassland bases. That’s why investing in a new addition to your school’s sports facilities is something you should carefully consider before making the decision. Here’s an overview of the construction of a concrete cricket pitch.
Submitted by Jeanne Conradie on Tue, 08/15/2017 - 12:36
Building-bricks and sand go hand-in-hand. The production of bricks involves building-sand in at least one of its steps. A well-made brick can be the foundation for great things. And this is possible thanks to building-sand.
Submitted by Emma Turkstra on Mon, 07/31/2017 - 12:34
Unreliable plant hire can be disastrous as faulty equipment can severely delay the progress of a project. Finding a plant hire company that is reliable and has quality equipment is important – it can minimise the possibility of various extra expenses and loss of revenue. Sand Shifters offers quality equipment and services for all your plant hire and contract crushing needs. This is what makes us so much better than any of our competitors:
Submitted by Jeanne Conradie on Mon, 07/17/2017 - 16:35
The proper clearance of rubble is a public responsibility. Dumping is illegal and rubble and refuse need to be disposed of conscientiously. This is for the sake of the environment and the reputation of the industries that produce rubble. Certain building materials can be reused which should not become a missed opportunity. Hazardous waste should be disposed of properly so it does not end up harming the local people in the area or its fauna and flora.