When to Call a Construction Surveyor for a New Construction Project

A construction surveyor is like a land surveyor, but he or she specifically surveys land for the purpose of new construction or renovation. Land surveyors may tell you the boundaries of land and if there are easements or other considerations, but they may not be able to create blueprints for construction or note how your construction plans need to work around those certain natural features. Using a construction surveyor can be very helpful when you're planning a new construction project. Read More 

How Demolition Crews Ensure That an Implosion Doesn’t Endanger Surrounding Structures

There is a risk that a demolished structure may damage surrounding buildings as it collapses. This risk is greater in congested urban settings. This article discusses the steps that demolition companies may take to ensure that the building collapses into its own foundation. Use this information to allay any fears that you may have about having your high-rise building demolished using explosives. Examining Architectural Prints Demolition companies take a close look at the building's plans before using explosives to demolish it. Read More