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Secure and Protect this Holiday Season

With Thanksgiving and the various holidays in December fast approaching, several decisions need to be made about how to secure and protect construction equipment and job sites over the extended breaks.

job-site-fenceDuring the upcoming holidays – Thanksgiving on Thursday, Nov. 24 and then Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza and other celebrations towards the end of December – construction job sites are sometimes left unguarded and equipment unprotected.

Children may see a vacant job site with parked equipment, uncovered trenches, or buildings under construction as an imaginary playground while being unaware of the trip, fall and cave-in hazards.

For thieves, a temporarily inactive and, sometimes, unprotected job site is an invitation to attempt to remove unguarded equipment, small tools...

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Fort Gillem makes way for new developments

Fort Gillem, a U.S. Army base south of the Atlanta-Hartsfield International Airport, started a phased decommissioning process in 2005 with the sale of 1,170 acres to the City of Forest Park. The city began marketing the property, which resulted in leasing parcels of land to private developers for warehouse and business park development.

fort-gillem-entranceTo make way for the new developments, some of the old brick buildings that populated the former Army base had to be carefully removed to preserve some of the bricks for historic purposes, while other buildings were completely destroyed.

The demolition company charged with removing the buildings initially had six months to complete the project. The company ordered excavators,...

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I get by with a little light from my friend

Since Daylight Savings Time ended and we turned our clocks back one hour on November 6th, you may have noticed less light.

taylor-certain-night-forklift-with-lightsWhat does this mean for construction sites? When jobs halted at 5 p.m. on Friday, November 4, the sun set between 6:30 p.m. and 6:45 p.m., depending on where you are in the country. On November 7, the day after Daylight Savings Time ended, the sun set between 5 p.m. and 5:30 p.m., depending on your location.

As the winter months’ progress, darkness falls slightly sooner, while the sun rises later – between 7:00 a.m. and 7:25 a.m.

It’s important to consider worker safety during the winter months, particularly for workers to be...

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Formerly known as the Citrus Bowl

Built in 1936, the Citrus Bowl was the place to hold bowl games, sporting events and out­door exhibitions in the greater Orlando area. When it was built, the stadium was an architectural marvel. Over the next 80 years as crowds grew and more modern stadiums were built, the Citrus Bowl looked worn by comparison.

citrus-bowlIn late 2014, bids were let for $207 million to rebuild and modernize the 60,000-seat stadi­um, adding one-fifth more seat­ing and other amenities. However, the contractors had only nine months to tear down the sta­dium’s entire lower bowl and re­build the facility from the blades of green grass to the skylights.

The stadium’s lower bowl was torn down in...

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