While aesthetics is an important consideration for screen wall design, building owners and designers should not overlook wind loading while selecting metal wall panels for their screen wall
In today’s health-conscious and eco-friendly world, the popularity of organic products is on the rise. This interest and concern has carried over to Athletic Facilities Planning. Gale recently completed a project for a school opting to use organic infill for two new synthetic turf fields. The school was focused on the fields’ proximity to wetlands, as well as the health of their students and the perceived concerns associated with SBR...
If your building currently has a metal roof that needs replacement, one option to consider is a metal roof overlay system.
When planning an athletic facility project, it’s important to keep in mind the overall project timeline.
The FAA is offering a $500 rebate to general aviation aircraft owners to aid in the cost of Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast Out (ADS-B Out) equipment.
Preventative Measures to Protect Your Building During Hurricane Season
What you should know about bats and your building!
FAA information on the dangers/consequences of pointing lasers at aircrafts
pH testing is a key factor in developing the proper maintenance or rehabilitation strategy for improved turf growth.
Glazed aluminum curtain walls are engineered and tested more than any other type of building enclosure system….
The FAA has published two useful documents on this topic.
It’s that time of year again! If the upcoming winter is going to be anything like last year, now is the time to begin preparing your site for upcoming inclement weather.
When we hear the words historic preservation, notions of “antique” often come to mind. Boston’s Old State House (c.1713) and the Washington Monument (c.1848), both recently restored, reflect true history in both their age and their cultural importance. Although the iconic Chrysler Building in New York City (c.1928-30) is from a much later era, it similarly reflects the cultural significance of 1920’s architecture. ...
Did you know that one of the major contributors to building leakage is when the draining system becomes obstructed? Trees, dusty areas, and high wind prone locations can affect your roof and gutter systems. Falling leaves, branches, acorns, twigs, and insect and bird debris can accumulate around drain strainers and in gutter boxes, allowing water to pond on the roof. Leaves that block a drain strainer can allow up to six inches of...