Category: Environmental

Material Recycling: A Sustainable Approach to Demolition and Transformation

Should a building be demolished? That is a question many owners face when deciding what to do with an existing property. Cost, schedule, and operational impacts are all important considerations. From the perspective of environmental/sustainability considerations, it would be beneficial to reuse whenever possible. The fewer structures that are razed means more energy and materials… Read More »

Have Questions About IIJA Funding? We’ve Got Answers.

By Scott Wilson, PSS The recently passed Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) is a hot topic in the A/E industry and for many communities looking to have projects funded in this once-in-a-lifetime funding opportunity. With funding flowing for roads, bridges, brownfields, water, and other municipal needs, there are more possibilities than ever for money… Read More »

All You Need to Know About Asbestos Inspections

By Bill Honea Before structures can be rehabilitated, renovated, or demolished, they must be checked for the presence of asbestos-containing materials (ACM) to meet strict state and federal laws. In Wisconsin, these rules apply to institutional, commercial, industrial, and public buildings or structures and multifamily residential buildings with more than four dwelling units. About the… Read More »