All About Utility Mapping

Site excavation can\'t start without doing an underground analysis for existing utility services. Mistakes by people can frequently turn into damage to underground pipes or cables that might even lead to dangerous leaks. Fortunately, you can use utility locator tools which are helpful in doing this job well.On the other…continue reading →

All You Need To Know About Testing Your Backflow

Yes, there are some things you’d just rather not have to deal with. The nosy neighbor… that cavity that’s been bothering you for weeks… and probably, your property’s backflow.Unfortunately, you do need to face these challenges and see them through. When it comes to backflow testing it’s actually an important…continue reading →

Info About Ethanol Fireplaces

Bio-ethanol fires are increasing in popularity throughout the UK. The same goes for countries throughout the EU. The tech is still relatively new, and many agree that people buy such products for their looks more than their ability to heat areas. As of now, there is tremendous growth potential with bio-ethanol…continue reading →

Concrete Compressive Toughness and Flexural toughness, what is the difference?

When it comes to estimating and testing the strength of materials, people sometimes gets confused between toughness and strength so here is answer to the difference between compressive toughness and flexural toughness.Before understanding the compression and tension \"term\" you \"must\" know what is toughness and strength.First, I would like to…continue reading →

What is Polymer Concrete?

If in 2018 you are not familiar with this highly durable and beneficial construction material than you must read each an every word of this article about Polymer Concrete. Because I\'ll be going through all the aspects of Polymer Concrete including its definition, how it is produced / made, how…continue reading →

What are Culverts? Definition and Types

An opening through an embankment for the conveyance of water by mean of pipe or an enclosed channel is called Culvert. It is a actually a transverse and totally enclosed drain under road, railroad, trail, or similar obstruction.Definition of CulvertCulvert actually is a tunnel like structure constructed under roadways or…continue reading →

Ready Mix Concrete Definition Types Advantages

Ready mix concrete as the name suggest is the concrete that is already mixed in suitable proportions before arrival at site either on agitating trucks or dumpers as per the requirement of slump or material. Basically the ready-mix concrete is mixture of binding agent and filler material. Filler material is crushed…continue reading →

What is Right of Way (ROW)

Right of Way (ROW)is something that civil engineers work with a lot. It’s on virtually all of the surveys that we use. It’s a key point that must be known if you’re working on a project where private property meets public property. This is especially important when working on transportation…continue reading →
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