Soft-Story Retrofits: A Brief Overview

Posted on: 15 April 2022
Soft-story retrofit is a structural engineering term for reinforcing a building that has weak spots in its foundation. These projects are often necessary when an earthquake has damaged a building, but they can also be undertaken as part of a routine maintenance program. This article discusses what soft-story retrofits are, where they're needed, and how they improve your building. How Do Soft-Story Retrofits Work? As mentioned earlier, soft-story retrofits are earthquake-resistant construction components to reinforce weak first floors in buildings.
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Things to Plan Out Before Completing a Commercial Roof Replacement

Posted on: 28 March 2022
Whether you've had the same commercial roof for decades or are experiencing a lot of leaks frequently, it may be best to replace this portion of your property. Before doing so though, you want to plan out the following things.  The Extent of This Replacement  When approaching a commercial roof replacement, you don't always have to replace every single structure and material. You may only have to replace a couple of things to restore your roof and thus get many more years out of it.
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How Owning Commercial Real Estate Can Help Real Estate Investors Minimize Risk

Posted on: 1 March 2022
Investing in real estate can be a risky proposition for those who do not approach it with a proper strategy. For that reason, many people may have a tough time making things work. Many real estate investors attempt to purchase residential real estate due to its simplicity. Unfortunately, tenants come and go and can be quite unprofessional, causing damage and other issues and risking investor profits in the process. For that reason, real estate investors must seek out alternative ways to invest in real estate.
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Construction Management: The Importance Of Planning

Posted on: 9 February 2022
Planning is a significant part of the process of any new construction project. There is a lot to keep up with when managing construction projects, and you might not be able to manage it all on your own. The following construction management information will help you understand why planning is so important: Start with a Plan That Includes a Budget and Schedule At the outset of every construction project, developing a detailed plan that includes a budget and schedule is vital.
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