No longer “just a hole digger,” designs and features have advanced and improved over the years.
Different public works projects with one common link — each requires the proper hole to be dug in order to complete the task properly. But how tough is it to dig a suitable hole? While the process is far from rocket science, it’s not quite as simple as one would expect either.
There are a number of cost-effective steps facilities managers and building owners can take to ensure that their properties and their grounds are sufficiently maintained through the winter and ready for springtime.
Each year, war is waged on wintertime weather to protect our sidewalks, parking lots and building occupants from sleet, snow, hail and ice. The question is: Are you prepared?
Vertical walls, vegitecture, living art, vertical gardens, biotecture, green walls and other interior plantscapes can be a sense of pride for occupants and owners and an impressive statement to visitors.
By taking several factors into consideration, people can choose the proper equipment to extend the service life of their trucks, operate more safely and avoid giving the phrase "overhauling your truck" a different meaning.
It is essential to maintain a well-manicured property by adhering to sound landscape management practices that will help ensure that your property retains its maximum value and generate long-term cost savings for owners and investors.