You’ve likely heard about how roads, homes, and buildings are being built to be smarter and greener.
Civil construction projects require honest and upfront communication of your needs and how the contractor proposes to meet them. Both sides should come prepared to hammer out dirty details to achieve a squeaky clean project in the end.
So many of us remember that feeling of uncertainty as we prepared to leave school and enter the workforce. Before landing a first construction job, or one in nearly any other profession, it’s common to wonder:
- Am I employable?
- Have I learned enough entry-level skills to be valuable?
- Am I prepared for this level of responsibility?
- Will my job pay well and help support my family?
It’s not too often you get to help commemorate a presidential legacy. Park Enterprise Construction Co., Inc. is humbled to assist in Harding 2020, a construction project to honor President Warren G. Harding, a Marion, OH native, on the 100th anniversary of his election to the nation’s highest office.
Topics: demolition contractors
Editor's Note: This blog was originally posted on February 8th, 2018 and was updated on July 16th, 2018.
When a building comes down or a concrete surface is torn up, what happens with the remnants? Well, one of two things:
- It can sit and take up space in a landfill, or
- It can be reused
Yeah, we like the second option, too.
Demolishing a building or piece of infrastructure is a commitment. As the property owner, you probably have concerns about unforeseen circumstances that could result in litigation, personal injury, or worse.