Do You Need a Custom Home Builder?

Are you just starting married life together as a couple? Maybe, you have a growing family? Perhaps, you have grown-up children who have left home, and you are thinking about downsizing your home? Whatever your housing needs are, it can be difficult to find the right property for your family. Perhaps, you have looked around a few homes, but there is always something that deters you from making an offer on the property. Read More 

Tips For Building On A Sloping Block

Unlike building on a standard flat site, constructing your home on a sloping site or elevated ground can give your incredible views, a higher home value and passive cooling from cool breezes. Whether surrounded by mountains, forests or water, building on a sloping block will catch views and interests that homes on standard flat blocks will never achieve. That said, this type of construction will likely present some unique challenges that are only possible to work around with the help of structural engineers and builders. Read More 

Get Your Commercial Building Design Right Using These 5 Tips

When designing your commercial space, it's paramount to ensure it's highly functional for workers and inviting for clients. That's why the design process is integral to the success of any commercial business. Making it reflect the business that will occupy it is critical. If you are about to start a commercial building design project, keep in mind these five tips.  Entrance is Key for Customer-Oriented Businesses When working on a commercial design project for customer-based businesses, you want to ensure the entrance stands out. Read More 

Critical Aspects Of A Civil Works Project

Civil works projects, such as the construction of public infrastructure, have a massive impact on local communities and the country as a whole. For this reason, civil works projects require precise planning and meticulous execution. The excerpt below discusses several aspects of a successful civil works project.  Project Surveys Project surveys have two objectives; to assess the project's viability and examine the impact of the project. In regard to viability, project engineers will conduct site inspections to determine hindrances to construction work. Read More 

Do you know who can repair your refrigeration equipment?

If you run a commercial kitchen, you probably have had one of those days when nothing seems to go right. Sometimes, it can be staffing issues that cause problems throughout the day, but often it is an equipment failure that presents your team with difficulties. A kitchen relies on equipment to function. It is easy to understand that you must have a working oven and hobs to prepare food, but a functioning refrigerator is just as vital. Read More