Why Proper Site Clearance is So Important

Site Clearance

When speaking about site clearance and removing rubble from a construction site, most people think of simply loading up a truck and tossing the debris into a landfill or dumpsite. However, this exact practice leaves tonnes of hazardous materials improperly disposed of and threatens both human life and the environment.

In order to protect our environment and communities from these hazards there are measures that need to be put in place.

 

What You Need To Know About Buying Bricks

Construction Material Supplier & Brick Suppliers

The first thing any construction manager does is order a lot of bricks. These building materials are used in various ways, of course, from creating pavements or driveways to creating an actual building. This means that getting away with a smaller amount of bricks than what you really need is virtually impossible – it’s also very unwise to try and cut costs on this fundamental material of your construction project. So make sure you never compromise on quality in this department, either!

 

 

Everything there is to know about sand

River sand

You may only think of sand when you’re at the beach and it is beneath your feet or when it gets stuck in your bathing suit after a dip in the sea. However, sand has been here longer than we have and will be here long after we are gone. Humankind has always made effective use of this abundant resource – especially when building our cities, homes and societies.

What you can and can't recycle in construction

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!