We are utilizing the BrickFast panel system on the exterior of a project. This is a system consisting of metal panels being attached to the exterior wall, and then thin brick being suspended and adhered to the backing panel. The joints are then struck in the conventional manner. This system 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
We recently took delivery of another metal building system from Robertson Building Systems (www.robertsonbuildings.com). This building consists of a 24ga galvalume standing seam concealed fastener metal roof, and 24ga exposed fastener painted wall panels. Feel free to contact us for any questions regarding your project. Read More
We are utilizing insulated metal walls and roof panels on one of our current projects. IMPs have been widely used in cold storage applications for quite a while now, but are gaining in popularity in commercial, industrial and institutional applications. Speed and efficiency of installation, attractive finishes and colors, Read More
Very proud of the quality of workmanship of these nice, neat, and clean concrete footers. Footer work continues, while also beginning to form 12in thick reinforced concrete foundation walls.
A neat, orderly site increases both safety and efficiency, and is also a tell tale sign of a professional crew. Read More
We have started footer excavation at our Wenger Feeds projects. These footers are 4ft wide, in preparation for 12in thick reinforced foundation walls.
Two previous generations of the Galbraith family in the construction industry practiced what they preached – being diverse, educating yourself, working smart and hard, and completing as many trades with your own company’s manpower as possible. This is an antique transit used by our family in decades gone by. Surveying, Read More