6 Tips for Reducing the Rate of Erosion

Erosion issues can cause damage to surrounding areas. Good wind and soil erosion control on a construction site is important since the lack of it can adversely affect nearby water supplies, damage property and cause soil loss. Neglecting erosion control methods at a construction site not only affects the safety of workers on the worksite…

Expert Interview Series: Theodore Ferringer of Bialosky Cleveland on the Must-Have Skills for Building Professionals

Theodore Ferringer Jr., Associate AIA, LEED Associate is a nationally recognized emerging leader in architecture who works, resides and advocates in Cleveland, Ohio. He is a Designer and the Business Development Director at Bialosky Cleveland, and among his professional leadership positions, he serves as the 2016 Chair of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) National…

Why Sustainability in Roofing Keeps on Growing

Sustainable residential construction has become a hot topic in recent years, but roofing seems to be left out of the discussion on a regular basis. Lately, sustainable roofing has become a point of interest for contractors and homeowners around the country. According to RoofingContractor.com, sustainable roofing is expected to be a $132.2 billion industry by…

6 Tips for Contractor Roofing Safety

Anyone who has seen roofers trying to do their work on a roof with a steep pitch understands just how dangerous and difficult roofing can be. Instead of inviting trouble by ignoring good safety practices, it is in every roofer’s best interests to follow good safety tips for roofing work. Avoid Working In Rain Or…