Siding construction – Weyer Claims http://weyerclaims.com/ Wed, 01 Dec 2021 10:42:49 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://weyerclaims.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/profile-120x120.png Siding construction – Weyer Claims http://weyerclaims.com/ 32 32 Mindemoya hospital construction is progressing well, MHC officials say https://weyerclaims.com/mindemoya-hospital-construction-is-progressing-well-mhc-officials-say/ Wed, 01 Dec 2021 06:00:00 +0000 https://weyerclaims.com/mindemoya-hospital-construction-is-progressing-well-mhc-officials-say/ Managers at the Manitoulin Health Center expressed their satisfaction with the construction underway after hearing a presentation from representatives of Bélanger Salach Architecture at a board meeting last week. MINDEMOYA – Managers of the Manitoulin Health Center (CMH) are very satisfied with the progress of construction work on the emergency department at Mindemoya hospital. “Everything […]]]>

Managers at the Manitoulin Health Center expressed their satisfaction with the construction underway after hearing a presentation from representatives of Bélanger Salach Architecture at a board meeting last week.

MINDEMOYA – Managers of the Manitoulin Health Center (CMH) are very satisfied with the progress of construction work on the emergency department at Mindemoya hospital.

“Everything has been very positive and the contractors have kept us updated on construction,” Paula Fields, MHC Co-CEO and Vice President of Clinical Services, told MHC Board members at a meeting. last week. A presentation was made to the board by Taylor Kreps and Louis Bélanger of Belanger Salach Architecture.

“The nursing team was visiting space today and there was a lot of excitement as they can visualize what things are going to look like,” Ms. Fields said. “The construction works are meeting expectations and the extra space is a game-changer in the operation of the emergency department. ”

Taylor Kreps told the board at the zoom meeting, “We’re here tonight to provide an overview of the build to date. Construction began in June this summer and we are almost six months away from the project. She pointed out that excavation and exterior framing work has been carried out and that work continues inside the building, as well as site work. The north assessment pavement will be built in a few weeks and rear parking is complete.

“Work in the chemotherapy room is essential,” Ms. Kreps said. With the existing chemotherapy room having been taken out of service, contractors are trying to minimize downtime so patients can again use the chemotherapy room at the Mindemoya hospital site, she said. Explain. Work is expected to be completed in the chemotherapy room by the end of January, with occupancy by the end of February.

Ms Kreps pointed out that a third of the entire construction project has been completed. She explained that the downstairs emergency department is where the nursing station will be located and that 33 percent of that work is complete.

“Originally, a date of July 2022 was set for the full completion of the project,” Ms. Kreps said. However, she noted that this was extended “from about another month and a half to two months.” The delay was caused by two main factors, one being the amount of rain the area received this year, which delayed exterior works. “But the main reason lies in the air handling units of mechanical equipment. There was a very long delay (to obtain this equipment). Our contractor has been working with the manufacturer on this and it looks like they’ll be installed in mid-January, and then these units can be operational.

At the start of the project, MHC had set aside a contingency fund of $ 488,000 of which only 17 percent has been used so far, Ms. Kreps said.

“In the future when you go through renovations like this every once in a while we’ll run into a problem, but at this point we’re happy with the construction schedule,” Ms. Kreps told the board.

“So far we are happy with the state of construction, but there are still things that need to be tweaked,” Ms. Kreps said. Additionally, she noted, with the new implementation of pandemic protocols with the MHC, everyone working at the site has been fully vaccinated and screening is also underway. “Everyone is doing their part. ”

“I was at the site on Wednesday and things are going to accelerate further as the framing continues (the building),” said Tim Vine, co-CEO of MHC. “It will be a great space, but I am excited about how it looks and I hope clinicians will be as excited and I hope it meets all of their needs.”

“I am amazed at the size of the windows and the natural light that will be in the family department area. It will be wonderful to have all this natural light, ”added Ms. Fields.

The total 2,700 square foot extension of the emergency department will provide better line-of-sight to patient areas from the nursing station, a larger chemotherapy room, greater privacy during visits and an observation area dedicated to mental health.


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Construction failure leaves Belleville police staff in the cold – Kingston https://weyerclaims.com/construction-failure-leaves-belleville-police-staff-in-the-cold-kingston/ Thu, 25 Nov 2021 19:55:12 +0000 https://weyerclaims.com/construction-failure-leaves-belleville-police-staff-in-the-cold-kingston/ As winter approaches, some Belleville police and administrative staff will have to bundle up in their workspaces. The police department recently applied to council for the installation of an insulating sheathing on the north side of its new head office on Sidney Street. Last winter some of the staff working in this part of the […]]]>

As winter approaches, some Belleville police and administrative staff will have to bundle up in their workspaces.

The police department recently applied to council for the installation of an insulating sheathing on the north side of its new head office on Sidney Street.

Last winter some of the staff working in this part of the building were forced to wear winter boots and clothing to warm up. However, Police Chief Mike Callaghan said the same request was made before the modernization of the new facility.

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“The decision was made not to put Kingspan insulation on the existing exterior walls to retain the original facade of the building, as well as to reduce costs,” Callaghan said.

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Belleville County. Kelly McCaw was in office at the time the decision was made. McCaw, who is now on the Police Services Board, says she only recently discovered that the siding had never been installed.

“This is something the old board I was on didn’t know,” McCaw told Global News.

“It has never been submitted to the council. There was never any discussion about discounts for the resort.

“We approved this $ 25 million budget on the understanding that everything would have been done as it should have been.”

Global News reached out to former Mayor Taso Christopher and former CAO Rick Kester to ask why council was never consulted, but neither responded to our requests.

Now, the City of Belleville plans to spend up to $ 360,000 to install the siding after all, when it would have cost $ 175,000 during construction, leaving some taxpayers furious.

“I’m not going to talk about incompetence, but it leads me to think of it that way,” Dave Daley said.


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“I understand the need to keep things fiscally responsible, but we also need to take care of our police officers. So I think it’s a huge mistake on their part, ”said Heather Wilson.

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“We have homelessness issues and other more pressing issues,” said Shelley Dafoe. “A lot of money is going to be spent to fix this wall.”

According to Callaghan, there are two inches of insulation compared to the original construction 60 years ago, which still meets industry code standards.

There was also no indication from previous tenants that this would have been a problem.

“You look at the normally prudent person should have known – you couldn’t have known we would be facing the situation,” Callaghan said. “But we’re in this situation now, so now we have to fix it.”

There are two options on the table to add insulation to the north wall, which will be discussed at the next city council meeting on December 13.

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Fire damages home under construction in Alberta Avenue neighborhood – Edmonton https://weyerclaims.com/fire-damages-home-under-construction-in-alberta-avenue-neighborhood-edmonton/ Mon, 22 Nov 2021 14:30:46 +0000 https://weyerclaims.com/fire-damages-home-under-construction-in-alberta-avenue-neighborhood-edmonton/ Firefighters were called Monday morning about a fire at a house under construction in a central Edmonton neighborhood. The teams were called to a house under construction on 95A Street, north of 112 Avenue, just after 5 a.m. and arrived at the scene about five minutes later. “Pump 5 arrived on the scene and there […]]]>

Firefighters were called Monday morning about a fire at a house under construction in a central Edmonton neighborhood.

The teams were called to a house under construction on 95A Street, north of 112 Avenue, just after 5 a.m. and arrived at the scene about five minutes later.

“Pump 5 arrived on the scene and there was an active fire – it was going up to the front of the building and was fully involved in the roof trusses when they arrived,” the district service chief said. Edmonton Fire, Marty McNamara.

Five firefighting units were called to the front-to-back duplex in the Alberta Avenue area, which was framed and had windows and a roof, but not yet siding.

“The fire was contained in the front of the building and the rear of the building does not appear to be affected,” McNamara said.

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McNamara said crews searched the property and found no one inside. Firefighters quickly extinguished the flames and at around 6:30 a.m. they were still on hand to extinguish hot spots in the basement.

The fire occurred just down the road from the Edmonton Fire Hall 5.

“It’s just lucky that we were able to get here with a quick response,” McNamara said. “They were able to light the fire quickly, so there was no exposure. The fire was quickly extinguished.

Edmonton Fire Departments at a house under construction on 95A Street, north of 112th Avenue, Monday, November 22, 2021.

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Edmonton police and fire investigators have been called, but it is not yet clear whether the fire was suspicious or accidental.

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McNamara said investigators are called to every residential or work fire.

No one was injured in the blaze and an estimate of the damage has not yet been made.

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Dorte Weber lives nearby. He says it’s a lovely area but “could be better”.

“It’s a shame. We love to see the neighborhood improve. New homes are coming, new families are coming. It’s good for the neighborhood, it’s good for the schools, it’s good for everyone. And that will put people off.

A construction worker who spoke to Global News near the scene said it was the fourth development he was working on in the area that caught fire.

“The police are doing what I’m sure they can,” said Clarence McGill, whose daughter lives in the area.

“Someone has to step up his game… I’m sure he’s doing everything he can, but it’s frustrating to say the least.”


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It is the latest fire in an area that has seen an increase in fire calls last year.

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In a six-month period between May and October of this year, there were 281 fire-related events, compared to 148 in the six-month period between November 2020 and April.

The fastest growing cause are deliberately started or suspect fires, and fires in vacant buildings and outdoors are seeing the largest increase in frequency, the EFRS said when releasing the data this week. last.

The fire department is improving its data collection and reporting systems to better track fires and determine root causes.

All fire incidents, regardless of cause, crime or severity, are now reported directly to Edmonton Police in real time to improve response.


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Businesses and Customers Rethink Construction Projects Amid ‘Unprecedented’ Increase in Material Costs https://weyerclaims.com/businesses-and-customers-rethink-construction-projects-amid-unprecedented-increase-in-material-costs/ Sun, 21 Nov 2021 21:53:12 +0000 https://weyerclaims.com/businesses-and-customers-rethink-construction-projects-amid-unprecedented-increase-in-material-costs/ PRice and construction material delivery times continue to rise to historic levels, but local architecture and construction firms say their workloads are not being negatively affected. An input price index – the prices that producers and service providers such as distributors and transport companies charged for non-residential construction inputs – was 21.1% higher in October […]]]>

PRice and construction material delivery times continue to rise to historic levels, but local architecture and construction firms say their workloads are not being negatively affected.

An input price index – the prices that producers and service providers such as distributors and transport companies charged for non-residential construction inputs – was 21.1% higher in October than a year earlier. That included a 1.3 percent increase since September, according to an analysis conducted by the Associated General Contractors of America.

“We have seen an unprecedented increase in the prices of building materials and labor over the past two years,” said Chris Beckering, executive vice president of Pioneer Construction Co. “At the same time, we’ve seen historic delays in delivery times due to supply chain and production issues – something people don’t talk about as much. “

The production of raw building materials is simply failing to keep up with demand, Beckering said.

“For the industry to solve some of these growing lead times issues, we’re really going to have to increase the production capacity of some building materials as an industry as demand has continued to exceed production capacity,” Beckering said. .

For example, Pioneer has just been informed by its supplier of steel joists and decking that new product orders will not be fulfilled until 2023, Beckering said. Historically, it took between 10 and 16 weeks for steel products to be delivered, he said.

“The reality today is that projects take longer between design and completion, and the main bottleneck is the availability of building materials,” Beckering said. “We haven’t seen this kind of environment in my professional career. We’ve seen material prices escalate, but it’s with a certain product or with a certain trade. Now it is at all levels.

Pioneer has pre-purchased construction supplies to meet short-term demand, Beckering said.

New normal

In many cases, developers have worked with their construction and design teams to rework projects with different materials that are more readily available.

Construction of Orion CEO Roger Rehkopf said it is increasingly common to have ongoing negotiations with project owners and architects over the materials available that will maintain quality standards.

“Even with some paint colors, pigments cannot mix different colors,” Rehkopf said. “Things you never thought about before – you used to buy 50 coating colors and now you could get 12. Right now the juggling ball is what I can do to look for another product that will do the same.” with what is available.

This has been a huge part of Megan Feenstra Wall’s work lately. Wall, director at Grand Rapids based Mathison | Mathison Architects LLC, and his colleagues feel pressured to meet the same design and build deadlines in extremely long lead times with most building materials.

Projects had to be redesigned and reworked due to high material costs and long lead times, increasing the time architects typically spend on projects in times of high demand, said Feenstra Wall, who is also president of the American Institute of Architects Grand Rapids.

“My practice is busier than ever, and I’ve heard the same from other AIA members,” said Feenstra Wall. “A lot of things take more time and more input, and this has extended our involvement in projects for months beyond what we anticipated. “

This produced a mixed bag as the projects are either redesigned or cost more, she said.

“We are looking for ways to keep the scope as it was with the same budget by choosing different materials, which is often not possible at the moment,” said Feenstra Wall. “We need to talk about changing the scope or (the customer) spending more money. We’ve done both and we’ve seen both happen.

Stay busy

Despite the obstacles, projects usually stay in the pipeline or are temporarily put on hold. The past year brought “real concern” that supply chain issues for building materials and the complications that would result would deter developers from pursuing projects, but Feenstra Wall said it was not. the case.

The Architecture Billings Index (ABI) increased by one point from August to the end of September to reach 56.6. ABI scores over the past eight months were among the highest on record in the index’s history in the immediate post-recession periods. Among member firms of the American Institute of Architects, arrears are on average 6.6 months – the longest since the Institute began collecting data on arrears in 2010.

Feenstra Wall said one downside is a growing sense of exhaustion among architects with a heavy workload after the stress of the pandemic.

Still, staying busy is better than the alternative of missing work, she added. Mathison | Mathison hired a few more employees to meet the high demand.

“It forces us to think about how we do things and rethink that,” Feenstra Wall said. “Whether it’s working in a hybrid fashion or changing the materials and products that we’re used to selecting, it forces us to look at other systems and products, which is pretty exciting. “


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Temple Square Construction Update: What’s Happening to the Statue of Christus? https://weyerclaims.com/temple-square-construction-update-whats-happening-to-the-statue-of-christus/ Fri, 19 Nov 2021 21:07:24 +0000 https://weyerclaims.com/temple-square-construction-update-whats-happening-to-the-statue-of-christus/ The commercial part of an excavator ripped off the roof of the rotunda on the north side of the Temple Square north visitor center on Friday as crews continued to work on the demolition of a 58-year-old building in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. A hose sprayed water to settle dust and debris as the […]]]>

The commercial part of an excavator ripped off the roof of the rotunda on the north side of the Temple Square north visitor center on Friday as crews continued to work on the demolition of a 58-year-old building in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah.

A hose sprayed water to settle dust and debris as the shovel tore through the concrete, rebar and metal siding that housed a famous replica of Bertel Thorvaldsen’s Christus sculpture.

The statue was removed during the summer and placed in storage. He will return to a different location on Temple Square when the renovation of the Salt Lake Block and Temple is complete.

The Northern Visitors Center will disappear for good, however, replaced by new gardens.

“This area will become a peaceful and calm space in Temple Square,” said Andy Kirby, director of historic temple renovations for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

“The plans for this area will also provide a more direct and clearer view of the Salt Lake City Temple from the area northwest of Temple Square, thus reinforcing the prominence of the temple,” he added.

The gardens are expected to be completed by 2023, according to a press release, while the renovation of the Salt Lake Temple is expected to continue until at least 2024.

The Temple Square North Visitor Center is demolished in Salt Lake City on Friday, November 19, 2021. The area will be replaced with open gardens and a space for contemplation by 2023.
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Despite the demolition work underway, part of Temple Square will open to visitors for the annual Christmas Lights Exhibition starting November 26, the day after Thanksgiving. Nativity scenes will be open inside the Tabernacle and between it and the Assembly Hall.

The North Visitor Center was built in 1963 to accommodate visitors to Temple Square on the north side of the temple block.

The 11-foot replica of Christus was on the upper floor, framed in a large glass window facing the famous Tabernacle. The lighting helped the statue to glow crisp white through the window each night.

Demolition work on the Northern Visitors Center began a week ago. The eastern end of the building closest to the Salt Lake City Temple has been demolished. On Friday, the excavator tore off the rotunda in the center of the old building, exposing the area that had housed the Christus. Work was important along the North Temple.

The conference center across the street serves as a welcome center for visitors to Temple Square during the renovation from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily. It had excellent elevated views of the demolition across the street over the past week. It also features a smaller replica of Christus and a cutaway model of the Salt Lake City Temple.

The Temple Square North Visitor Center is demolished in Salt Lake City on Friday, November 19, 2021. The area will be replaced with open gardens and a space for contemplation by 2023.

The Temple Square North Visitor Center is demolished in Salt Lake City on Friday, November 19, 2021. The area will be replaced with open gardens and a space for contemplation by 2023.
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“Visitors will also find immersive and interactive experiences to help them understand the history and significance of the Salt Lake City Temple,” said a press release. “These include an orientation film, a media presentation on the importance of social and religious gatherings, historical artifacts and photos, and sacred art galleries.

Guests can also visit the conference center, the site of the church’s semiannual general conferences, and other events. More information is available at TempleSquare.org.

The renovation of Temple Square is a huge project.

Teams demolished the southern visitor center and the wall along the southern temple at the start of the project in January 2020.

Workers also removed the fountain at the east end of Temple Square between the church office building and the church administration building.

The removal of the fountain, which had been closed because it leaked into an underground parking lot, is part of efforts to improve landscaping and sightlines around the temple before it reopens.

A map of Temple Square shows which areas are under construction and which are open to the public.

A map of Temple Square shows which areas are under construction and which are open to the public.
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Much of the temple renovation centers on installing a basic insulation system that will protect the 128-year-old sacred building from earthquakes. This work included temporarily removing the statue and spiers of the Angel Moroni from the top of the temple and drilling holes to fill the foundation with a reinforcing grout.

The renovation inside the temple is also important. In October, President Russell M. Nelson shared a video of the work during the church’s general conference. In the video, he is seen touring the interior of the temple, revealing that much of it was gutted to the bones of the structure.

“We promise you will love the results,” President Nelson said when he announced the temple and garden renovations. “They will emphasize and underline the life, ministry, and mission of Jesus Christ in His desire to bless every nation, tribe, tongue, and people. “


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Better Built Construction Provides Medford, OR Homeowners With Superior Construction Services https://weyerclaims.com/better-built-construction-provides-medford-or-homeowners-with-superior-construction-services/ Thu, 18 Nov 2021 14:40:07 +0000 https://weyerclaims.com/better-built-construction-provides-medford-or-homeowners-with-superior-construction-services/ Better Built Construction are quality contractors in Medford, OR with experience in design-build and renovation services, making each project unique to area homeowners. Not to mention their experienced team of professional contractors who work on every project like theirs. Better Built Construction is a trusted company for homeowners who want their projects to be completed […]]]>

Better Built Construction are quality contractors in Medford, OR with experience in design-build and renovation services, making each project unique to area homeowners. Not to mention their experienced team of professional contractors who work on every project like theirs.

Better Built Construction is a trusted company for homeowners who want their projects to be completed on time and their budget goals met. They offer a number of home improvement, repair and construction services that will provide an end product with high standards for both function and aesthetics, as well as designing homes to meet your building needs for those who do not. want nothing less than perfection.

They have the tools and knowledge to complete any home improvement project, whether it’s a veranda addition, window replacement, bathroom remodeling or more.

Better Built Construction is a company specializing in home renovation and finishing work. They can help you make good use of underused spaces or renovate unfinished parts of your home, like the attic or basement. They also offer finishing services like cabinets, entry doors and general woodwork.

Being family owned and operated means they can be more flexible and provide personalized service that you won’t find with other general contractors in Medford. With years of experience in the construction industry, their staff take pride in always bringing homes with the best update.

Beyond the traditional services of a general contractor in Medford, OR, they also give homeowners options to modernize and update their homes and structures. Many homeowners who live in older homes may look for a better-built construction to add new windows, doors, siding or decks.

Better Built Constructions also offers financing options, so area homeowners have financial solutions to getting their dream home. Their goal is to make the process as easy and painless as possible for homeowners. For those who are interested in more information on their variety of services can visit their website https://www.bbconstructionmedford.com/ and ask for a quote.

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REN leader hopes for Fruitvale RNG plant to be built in March – Trail Daily Times https://weyerclaims.com/ren-leader-hopes-for-fruitvale-rng-plant-to-be-built-in-march-trail-daily-times/ Wed, 17 Nov 2021 13:00:00 +0000 https://weyerclaims.com/ren-leader-hopes-for-fruitvale-rng-plant-to-be-built-in-march-trail-daily-times/ REN Energy recently announced the purchase of an additional 14.5 acres of land for Phase 2 of the Wood Waste and Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) Plant at Park Siding. However, many residents may be wondering when Phase 1 will begin. REN President and CEO Philip Viggiani responded to a question from the Trail Times about […]]]>

REN Energy recently announced the purchase of an additional 14.5 acres of land for Phase 2 of the Wood Waste and Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) Plant at Park Siding. However, many residents may be wondering when Phase 1 will begin.

REN President and CEO Philip Viggiani responded to a question from the Trail Times about the delayed start-up of the much-anticipated renewable natural gas plant.

“We’re doing a bit of excavation right now,” Viggiani said. “We now have the geo-hydropower on the ground, we have completed the surveying for our development permit, which is essential, and we will have it in November. “

Viggiani says the company is also waiting to complete its funding allocation, but if all goes well, the land will be cleared and ready for construction in March 2022.

“And we expect it to be finished in 12 months or less from then.”

Philippe Viggiani

The CEO confirmed that the land was purchased alongside the original land at Park Siding to make way for the installation of Phase 2, which will double clean energy production.

“This is just an extension of the first one,” he said. “Our first plant will be 1.2 (million gigajoules of RNG) and once it is operational we will double, not double the size, but double the volume so that we get 2.4 million gigajoules per year.

“And after that, all the other sites we have in BC will be 2.4. “

Viggiani expects Phase 2 to begin three to four months after the completion of Phase 1, barring unforeseen difficulties.

The project was originally scheduled to be completed in late 2021 or early 2022, however, this timeline has been extended to begin construction in spring 2021, and now through March 2022.

Delays in the supply chain from COVID-19 have affected production of everything from cars to widgets, and REN has felt the impact. Yet in one case it turned out to be an advantage.

“We had a supply problem with one of our systems outside of Europe,” Viggiani explained. “What we did, because we had to research it, we actually found superior technology for one of the systems we are using, which is great.

“We did our due diligence, did all the testing to make sure it fits and was aligned with the rest of our assembly. So it was “A”, then “B”, – COVID hit and that also slowed down supply chain opportunities.

Renewable natural gas is carbon neutral energy produced from decaying organic waste. It replaces conventional natural gas in existing natural gas lines, reducing emissions from the natural gas system.

Increasing the amount of renewable gas in FortisBC’s system is essential for the organization to meet its 30BY30 target – an ambitious goal of reducing its customers’ greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by 2030.

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Fiber Cement Siding Market Size and Outlook 2028 https://weyerclaims.com/fiber-cement-siding-market-size-and-outlook-2028/ Thu, 11 Nov 2021 18:11:12 +0000 https://weyerclaims.com/fiber-cement-siding-market-size-and-outlook-2028/ New Jersey, United States, – A recent market research report added to the repository of verified market reports is an in-depth analysis of the Fiber Cement Coatings Market. Based on the analysis of the historical growth and current scenario of the Fiber Cement Siding market, the report intends to offer actionable information about the growth […]]]>

New Jersey, United States, – A recent market research report added to the repository of verified market reports is an in-depth analysis of the Fiber Cement Coatings Market. Based on the analysis of the historical growth and current scenario of the Fiber Cement Siding market, the report intends to offer actionable information about the growth projections of the global market. The authenticated data presented in the report is based on the results of extensive primary and secondary research. The insights drawn from the data are excellent tools that facilitate deeper understanding of several aspects of the Fiber Cement Coatings market. It also helps users in their development strategy.

This report examines all the key factors influencing the growth of the Fiberglass Coatings market including demand and supply scenario, price structure, profit margins, production and chain analysis. value. The regional assessment of the Fiber Cement Coatings market opens up a plethora of untapped opportunities in the regional and national markets. Detailed Company Profiling allows users to assess analysis of company stocks, emerging product lines, scope of new markets, pricing strategies, opportunities for innovation and more.

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The report covers an in-depth analysis of the major market players in the market, along with their business overview, expansion plans, and strategies. The major players studied in the report include:

• BM Construction
• Allura United States
• James Hardie
• GAF material
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• Equitone
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Segmentation of the fiber cement coatings market

By Product Type, the market is primarily split into:

• Fiber cement shingle siding
• Sheet-shaped fiber cement siding
• Clapboard fiber cement siding
• Fiber cement siding in stucco or brick

By application, this report covers the following segments:

• Residential
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YEAR OF REFERENCE 2020
PLANNED YEAR 2028
HISTORICAL YEAR 2019
UNITY Value (million USD / billion)
COVERED SEGMENTS Types, applications, end users, etc.
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The Fiber Cement Siding report provides information about the market area, which is further subdivided into sub-regions and countries / regions. In addition to the market share in each country and sub-region, this chapter of this report also contains information on profit opportunities. This chapter of the report mentions the market share and growth rate of each region, country and sub-region during the estimated period.

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CARE Says Carpet Collection Hits California Milestone https://weyerclaims.com/care-says-carpet-collection-hits-california-milestone/ https://weyerclaims.com/care-says-carpet-collection-hits-california-milestone/#respond Wed, 10 Nov 2021 10:25:36 +0000 https://weyerclaims.com/care-says-carpet-collection-hits-california-milestone/ Calgary Aggregate Recycling Inc. (CAR), a concrete, asphalt and aggregate recycling company in Calgary, Canada, received an $ 8 million grant from Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) to develop a plant C&D waste recycling facility which will be operational by 2022. The company says the grant will be used to build a fully operational land reuse […]]]>

Calgary Aggregate Recycling Inc. (CAR), a concrete, asphalt and aggregate recycling company in Calgary, Canada, received an $ 8 million grant from Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) to develop a plant C&D waste recycling facility which will be operational by 2022.

The company says the grant will be used to build a fully operational land reuse site at CAR’s current facilities. The facility will recycle contaminated and mixed soils unsuitable for use in new construction. The wet processing technology to be used at the site will be supplied by a company based in Northern Ireland CDE. The goal is to significantly reduce waste and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions while improving economic recovery and long-term sustainability.

“We are privileged to work alongside Calgary Aggregate Recycling Inc. to provide the first C&D recycling system of its kind in Canada. The environmental benefits of this project are enormous: the solution will divert more than half a million tonnes of waste destined for landfill into valuable resources for the construction industry. It also eliminates the need to haul materials 350 kilometers to the landfill, saving approximately 22,567 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions in Alberta each year, ”said Adrian Convery, director of Alberta. business development at CDE. Installation is made possible thanks to ERA’s Shovel-Ready Challenge. through the Government of Alberta’s Technology Innovation and Emissions Reduction Fund (TIER).

According to a press release from AUTO, by weight, contaminated soil is the largest hazardous waste stream in Alberta, with approximately 3 million metric tonnes of contaminated soil buried in Alberta each year. CAR says the soil washing technology that will be deployed at the site has been shown to be effective in reducing carbon emissions in the construction industry by diverting contaminated waste from landfills and turning it into products for reuse.

“At Calgary Aggregate, our mission is to reduce construction costs – socially, environmentally and economically,” says Travis Powell, President of Calgary Aggregate Recycling Inc. “With the support of ERA and the Government of Alberta, we are pleased to build Canada’s first construction and demolition waste recycling plant to disrupt outdated construction industry practices with cost-effective and viable solutions to position Alberta as a leader in construction sustainable and responsible.

CAR says its land reuse facility will reduce soil waste in landfills, reduce aggregate extraction, recover communities, reduce environmental impacts and create jobs. The facility will have the capacity to recycle 600,000 metric tonnes of excavated construction material each year. It will also redirect 510,000 metric tonnes of soil from landfills and reduce GHG emissions in Alberta by approximately 22,567 metric tonnes per year. The company says this equates to a 65% reduction from the basic conventional disposal model.

The greatest reduction in GHG emissions will come from the facility’s central location, eliminating the need to haul waste over 217 miles to landfills.

“Emissions Reduction Alberta’s Shovel-Ready Challenge unleashes innovation and mobilizes private spending to create economic opportunities and improve environmental performance,” said Steve MacDonald, CEO of ERA. “This investment builds on Alberta’s strengths in all sectors and realizes emission reduction ambitions.

Learn about CDE’s first floor washing system in use in North America, which is in service at Posillico Materials in New York.


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Virginia Housing Funds Affordable Housing Developments Using Modular Construction https://weyerclaims.com/virginia-housing-funds-affordable-housing-developments-using-modular-construction/ https://weyerclaims.com/virginia-housing-funds-affordable-housing-developments-using-modular-construction/#respond Mon, 08 Nov 2021 19:07:59 +0000 https://weyerclaims.com/virginia-housing-funds-affordable-housing-developments-using-modular-construction/ Construction of Gateway Senior Apartments in Fishersville, Virginia Over the past decade, Virginia has experienced steady population growth. While this is positive news for the state, it also highlights the huge need for more affordable housing. In 2019, of the more than 8.5 million people residing in Virginia, an estimated 9.9% were living in poverty, […]]]>

Construction of Gateway Senior Apartments in Fishersville, Virginia

Over the past decade, Virginia has experienced steady population growth. While this is positive news for the state, it also highlights the huge need for more affordable housing.

In 2019, of the more than 8.5 million people residing in Virginia, an estimated 9.9% were living in poverty, the US census reported. The state does not have enough affordable housing to meet these needs, as well as those of other residents.

Housing Virginie, an organization that supports state residents By improving access to affordable housing through its resources, programs and other initiatives, embraces modular construction to help solve this problem.

Modular construction differs from traditional methods in that instead of all of the construction taking place on site, the foundation is built on site while the rest of the parts are simultaneously manufactured in the factory and delivered when complete. The finished sections are then assembled at the top of the foundation.

Virginia Housing’s first financing project using modular construction is Gateway Senior Apartments, a affordable housing community located in Fishersville for qualifying residents over age 55 who earn 60% or less of the area’s median income. Within the property there are 80 units in total, comprising 30 one-bedroom apartments and 50 two-bedroom apartments, as well as amenities including a fitness center.

According to Art Bowen, director of rental housing at Virginia Housing, 75% of this new facility will be built off-site and shipped to the final location. Once these parts are assembled, developers can begin putting together the parts necessary for the functioning of the building, such as the electrical and plumbing systems, before finally putting the roof and siding in place. Construction is currently underway and is expected to continue until spring 2022.

Bowen said that by using modular construction, the project is expected to be completed at a faster pace, which will save time and money.

“This process has a number of advantages, the most important being the time savings,” Bowen said in a declaration. “In fact, if this development had been built using conventional construction, it would have taken 24 months. Using modular construction, it will be built in 15-18 months, saving time of around 30%.

He said this process can also save time by mitigating potential inconveniences to the site, such as weather-related delays. The planned construction time would allow tenants to move in earlier, providing much-needed housing and community support.

Another project funded by Virginia Housing that uses modular construction is the Five Points neighborhood in Martinsville, a housing development composed of a dozen modular cottage-style residences and 15 townhouses. These properties are aimed at home buyers with considered low to middle incomes, many of whom commute up to 50 miles away to work in the town of Martinsville or Henry County. As there have not been many new properties built in the area in over a decade, this development aims to fill the need for housing and provide workers with an affordable solution.

Virginia Housing Director of Strategic Housing Chris Thompson said this project was made possible by the city collective efforts.

“What we are seeing in the town of Martinsville is a fantastic example of working together to help meet the need for more housing for the workforce,” said Thompson. “This formidable partnership brings together representatives from the private, public and not-for-profit sectors, all contributing financial and technical resources to provide an innovative solution.”

Virginia Housing plans to fund more developments using modular building methods and other innovative construction methods, to support their mission to help Virginians get affordable, quality housing.

This article was produced in collaboration between Housing Virginie and Studio B. Bisnow press staff were not involved in the production of this content.

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