Four Central Precautions for Surveying Land for Subdivision

30 July 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Subdividing land can be a complicated process. Poor choices and practices can result in a significant decline in the total potential profits. Moreover, if the right procedures are not followed, there might be violations which could cause serious legal consequences. Therefore, when preparing for your project, it is advisable to commission a survey. The information obtained through this process will help you make decisions and ensure that the subdivision is profitable and legal. Read More 

Which Processes Do Mining Engineers Oversee?

2 July 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Mining engineering is a multi-disciplinary pursuit that is in-demand in many parts of the globe. In Australia, the mining industry is one of the largest of any sectors in the whole country. As a consequence, it recruits large numbers of newly qualified employees every year. Given that most of the mining that goes on in the country is surface — or open cast — mining, you will often find the following processes involved in the daily working life of a typical mining engineer. Read More 

What You Should Know About Underpinning for Remodelling Purposes

1 June 2020
 Categories: Construction & Contractors, Blog

Contrary to what many people believe, not all underpinning work is subsidence-related. You may have to hire an underpinning services contractor when you are planning a major remodel of your home or business property. This is usually the case if your foundation is poor or too shallow to support the changes you will be making with your remodel. As a property owner, you no doubt have some questions when you have to consider underpinning as you consider remodelling plans. Read More