Design Contracts

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PCA Awarded Government Contract

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) awarded the Portland Cement Association (PCA) a contract worth $105,335.00 for educational services. More

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Impossible Color Requirements
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Help Wanted

Bridge the gap between what your operation can afford and what it must accomplish. More

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History-making Union Celebrates Milestone

February marked the 10th anniversary of the nation's largest public-private partnership for municipal wastewater operations. More

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Process of elimination

Like every infrastructure manager trying to capitalize on the benefits of trenchless construction, Matt Carter went through a process of elimination to determine what method works best for his agency's unique situation. More

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Engineered Forms and Shores

Contractors today have more options than ever before in selecting form and shoring... More

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Safety Is Important to an Owner

Protecting the welfare of employees, providing a safe work environment, and... More

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Implied Warranty

I was hired to build a concrete slab for an addition to a church. My winning bid was $65,000. When it was completed, according to plan, the building inspector decided it was not up to code and could fail. More

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Tires: Exhausting the Possibilities
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Send Me a Proposal!

For today's savvy owners or members of a design team, a firm handshake or a number scribbled on a napkin no longer suffices as a proposal. Today, beyond building relationships, you have to assemble a document that conveys your expertise, experience, and professionalism in a custom manner for each project. More

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