A Round Up of More Guest Posts!
Since we shared some of our guest posts last week, we figured we'd share even more with you this week! Today we are highlighting some of the guest posts that we've completed so far!
The Importance of Using Recycled Materials for a Project
In 1990, there was an estimated amount of over 1 billion scrap tires in stockpiles in the United States. This was recognized as being both problematic and concerning for the environment since tires consume a lot of space and are not biodegradable. Luckily, in more recent years companies such as Eco-Flex are transforming a century-old environmental problem into a collection of innovative solutions for industrial, municipal, commercial, agricultural, and residential applications.
Take Advantage of CADdetails.com
Fypon is part of the CADdetails community, helping numerous architects achieve their project goals by offering 3D renderings of its most popular products such as door frames, window trim, exterior shutters and more.
What You Need to Know Before Building a Rooftop Playground
When you imagine a playground you’ll commonly think of an open expanse of freshly cut green grass, shiny new playground equipment, and children laughing. That image, while still promising for individuals in rural areas, isn’t viable for many urban environments. Instead of frolicking in an expanse of grass, children in urban areas are typically confined to rooftops and it’s up to designers to make them feel like they are free to roam, run, and most importantly, play.
10 Reasons Why Cities are Implementing Bollards in High Traffic Areas
Regardless of where you live, you’ve likely passed by hundreds of bollards during your lifetime, yet probably never paid much attention to them. It’s what makes them a silent hero—if constructed the right way.
Important Preventative Safety Measures to Keep Workers Safe
Falls are one of the most common critical injuries and causes of death in workplaces. According the The Center for Construction Research and Training (CPWR) Data Center study, falls from roofs accounted for one-third of fall-related construction fatalities from 1992-2009 with a disproportionately high percentage (67%) of deaths from roof falls occurring in small construction establishments. Most of these falls have occurred because fall protection was not in place. This is why prevention strategies should be in place to not only protect high risk worker groups but prevent further accidents from occurring to the rest of the individuals working within the construction industry.
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