Metal buildings are proving to be a smart solution for livestock housing.
Commercial transportation is getting more expensive, and it’s driving up the price of steel.
Allen Hurtz | Jul 21, 2014
We need electricity to power our building projects, along with water and gas and a faultless sanitation system. That’s what we think about when we think about utility requirements for our building project, but are we missing something? SPONSORED CONTENT
Gene Bell | Jul 17, 2014
When you’re ready to build, land needs a serious amount of attention. Since it can singlehandedly shift your building plans, land must be investigated, questioned, and eyed from every angle. SPONSORED CONTENT
Dustin Cole | Jul 9, 2014
Change. It’s inevitable. And success for any professional may very well depend on how well we adapt to it. SPONSORED CONTENT
Jeff Koos | May 27, 2014
The construction industry is on the road to recovery, according to a new survey by Metal Construction News. Most metrics improved from the previous year’s survey, including a 19.4% increase in the average annual gross contracting sales volume. SPONSORED CONTENT
John Negich | May 11, 2014
So, are you ready to start building? Completing these eight questions will help you answer that confidently. SPONSORED CONTENT
Bob Zabcik | Apr 25, 2014
There are many examples of materials developed for the space program making their way into everyday life and radiant barriers are just that. SPONSORED CONTENT
Stacy Milford | Apr 17, 2014
In 1997, Apple told us to “Think Different.” So we did. We thought about what could happen if the world went mobile, if information was boundless, if we could carry our office in our back pocket. We’ve grown to love different and to expect change. And when it comes to Apple products, that’s not such a bad thing. When it comes to your building order, however, it’s not nearly as appealing.
Jeff Koos | Apr 8, 2014
Bryan Arlington | Mar 31, 2014
Landing a project feels like winning a prize, sort of like finding that forgotten $20 bill in the pocket of a pair of jeans you haven’t worn in a while. But living on the “chance” of winning a job isn’t a great way to pay your electric bill. So, how do you swing the chances in your favor?