Demolition and construction waste are quite heavy and voluminous and account for about 35% of the waste generated. Reuse of demolition waste is an important process in the building’s life cycle. This is because efficient recycling practices and material reclamation can divert over 80% of the structure’s material from the landfill. In this post, we tell you about the different materials that can be recycled and to what.
Category: Construction In Oklahoma
When planning out a road or a driveway, there are some key factors that determine the outcome and lifespan of the surface. In general, the lifespan of road and street pavement is around 39years. That of a sprayed seal surface should be at least 13 years while that of an asphalt surface is around 26 years. Unfortunately, most contractors do not always give all the details to innocent developers leading to poor roads with a short lifespan. Here are the key factors that will help determine the lifespan and outcome of your road.
Nowadays, there are various types of excavation equipment currently on the market. Each type is designed to best serve a given purpose. You can modify some of them to serve different purposes. The type of equipment needed is dependent on the type of excavation you are planning to carry out, so be sure that you check with a reputable excavation company before you finalize your next big project.
In Oklahoma and Arkansas, the industry of heavy construction is made up of companies involved in building projects on a large-scale, mostly in infrastructure. Various corporations provide the design, planning, consulting, engineering and constructing know-how to get all the initiatives completed. These projects of heavy construction in Oklahoma & Arkansas include heavy earth movement.