Name: Jason Siegfried Date: 12/20/19 Project name: MONADNOCK CONSTRUCTION JOB Describe the problem the customer needed solved: They are placing a crane for 4 months and our job was to inspect a 96” x 120” rectangular sanitary line in NYC pre and post crane placement. Explain the setting (site location, site type etc.): The manhole
Position: R&D / IT Where are you from? I was born in Dayton Ohio. At the age of 4, I moved to Pottstown Pennsylvania because my dad got a job working at LaSalle University as a professor. Tell us about your family. In total, I have my mom, my dad, my sister, and my cat.
Concrete Sawing & Drilling Safety Week Why do we need this? To increase the awareness of best practices when it comes to concrete scanning, concrete saw cutting and concrete coring. When will it happen? January 6th– 10th What will be discussed? The different types of saw cutting and core drilling present on your site. The
If this site sounds familiar, it’s because this is a follow-up to a case study that was done by Ben Iles. Obviously impressed with the work performed by Ben on the inside of the building, the customer called us out to perform work on the outside of the building. Here’s what we were able to
Electromagnetic Induction (EMI) is the most widely used technology for locating buried services and is very effective in most soil types and conditions. With EMI technology, you can locate and trace utilities, as well as estimate their depths. Electromagnetic Induction consists of two steps. First, a transmitter is used to transfer an alternating electrical current to the pipe or
It is critical to call 811 before you dig. This process usually starts a few days before you plan to start a new project. The 811 phone number is a toll free nationwide number and should always be called before starting any type of digging project. Be sure to look at your own state laws
X-ray vision isn’t just for superheroes. Underground utility contractors have it too…or maybe the next best thing: Advanced Utility Detection Technology. Our sub-surface infrastructure is truly a world of its own. A snapshot of a typical urban underground system reveals a complex network of communications, gas, electric, and water/sewer services that originated in the early