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TPO (Thermoplastic Olefin) ROOFING

TPO (Thermoplastic Olefin) roofing is a type of flat or low-slope roofing system that is made from thermoplastic material. TPO is a synthetic rubber, and it is often used as a single-ply membrane for flat or low-slope roofs. It is a thermoplastic material that can be heat welded together at the seams to create a watertight barrier.

TPO roofing systems are known for their durability, energy efficiency, and reflectivity. They are resistant to UV rays, ozone, and chemicals, and they have a high resistance to punctures and tears. TPO roofing systems are also highly reflective, which can help to reduce the amount of heat absorbed by the roof and lower the cooling costs for the building.



Steel joist construction is a method of building in which steel joists are used as the primary structural element to support the floors and roof of a building. Steel joists are long, narrow, and lightweight beams that are made of steel, they are designed to span horizontally between supports such as walls or beams.

One of the main advantages of steel joist construction is that it is lightweight and strong. Steel joists can span longer distances than wood joists and provide a more stable structure. Also, steel joists are not susceptible to rot, termites, or fire, which are common concerns with wood joists. Additionally, steel joist construction is relatively fast and easy to install, which makes it a popular choice for commercial and industrial buildings.


We have experience working with raft foundation construction, which is a type of foundation system that is used to distribute the load of a building evenly across the entire surface of the soil. This is achieved by creating a reinforced concrete slab that sits directly on top of the soil and is reinforced by steel mesh or rebar.

Overall, our experience working with raft foundation construction has taught us the importance of attention to detail and the need for a solid and stable foundation in any construction project. We also have experience working on raft foundations for residential as well as commercial buildings.



Shoring systems are an essential part of many construction projects, and they are used to support excavations, trenches, or other areas of a structure that are temporarily unsupported. They are designed to provide a safe and stable work environment for construction workers and to prevent cave-ins, collapses, and other hazards.

One of the most important aspects of working with shoring systems is safety. It requires strict adherence to OSHA regulations and guidelines to ensure the safety of workers and the general public. Our experience working with shoring systems has taught us to pay close attention to safety protocols and to always be aware of potential hazards.


Get in touch with us today to discover how we can help. We would be more than happy to answer any and all of your questions.

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