The performance of concrete is the core factor of every construction project. Concrete is determined by its micro-structure. As a vital building material widely used in urban developments across the world, it is important to familiarize ourselves with the versatile nature of the process.
Timeline of the Heavy Machinery Industry Modern-day revelations and developments within the construction industry can all be credited to the Industrial Revolution of the 1800s. Looking back at the invention of the wheel and fast-forwarding to the inventions of Benjamin Holt which included some astounding agricultural equipment including the first-ever harvester, heavy-duty machinery and equipment have come a long way.
With recent technological advancements like IoT being integrated within Heavy Machinery, more and more equipment users are re-calibrating their traditional ways. Ideally, good maintenance of Heavy Equipment would promote all of the following: improved performance and efficiency, longer life expectancy as well as a decreased downtime
An overview of the impact of energy consumption within the construction sector, along with possible alternatives to conquer the consequences. Energy consumption is the one of the most worrying aspects of financial expenditure within the construction sector.
Building information Modeling (BIM) has become a term, rather ubiquitous among professionals in the industry. With its first establishment dating back to 1992, the use and application of this complex innovation, has diversified.
When it comes to Heavy Machinery in the construction industry, maintenance is a valuable approach that dictates the future of equipment functionality and on a larger scheme: the project at hand. Maintenance in simple terms, aims to eliminate any unnecessary downtown due to equipment failure and helps deliver efficient and qualitative service.
With the commemoration of the Workers’ Memorial Day on April the 28th, The Occupation of Safety and Health Administration of the United States took the liberty to pay respects to the men and women who lost their lives on the job. OSHA has reiterated their prevention methods and safety guidelines as a tribute and response to the alarming rise in numbers this year. The current COVID rates emphasize the need for these regulations now more than ever.