The floors in food processing facilities suffer in a harsh environment due to cleaning and sanitation chemicals and hot water. In this case, an epoxy coated concrete floor is exposed to undiluted clean-in-place (CIP) chemicals, which eat away the epoxy and destroy the concrete slab underneath.
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There are several theories when it comes to snow retention on a metal roof. Should the snow be retained, or not? If it is to be retained, how will it be accomplished? If it is being retained, the building structure must be designed to do so. And then, Read More
Here are some view from above of a recently installed roof using insulated metal panels manufactured by Metl-Span, and supplied by Robertson Building Systems. These panels are 24ga painted panels 4in thick. Panels come in many different colors, as well as in a bare galvalume finish.
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Here we have a 16yr GALBRAITH veteran employee teaching a high school student from Cumberland-Perry Vo-Tech how to install Andersen windows in a non-standard application. Training the next generation of construction workforce is critical. Not only do these young people need to learn about skills and tools, but also Read More
Having the roof on this building allowed HVAC installation to continue during several days of rain. It is always rewarding to watch a building progress after the structure is completed. After the roof, the next step in importance is getting the walls closed-in, and doors and windows installed. This time Read More
Several days of rain halted our progress on the insulated metal wall panels on the exterior of this medical center‘s progress. However, it did not halt all progress on the jobsite. With the roof on, we were able to install interior metal studs. HVAC equipment and ductwork installation also Read More