By Kayla Hanson, P.E. NOTE: By reading this article along with the “Gravity Grease Interceptor Design” […]
Name: Denise H. Wright Title: Training Officer Company: Indiana State Department of Health, Environmental Public Health […]
Modern concrete used in precast manhole structures is strong, dense and durable. However, in aggressive environments, […]
When the owners of Toad’s Cove, a gas station and convenience store in Trempealeau, Wis., decided […]
By Mason Nichols Photos courtesy of Mayer Brothers Inc. NPCA members work together to implement a […]
By Claude Goguen, P.E., LEED AP If someone asked you to name the greatest duos of […]
By Tim Frazier Editor’s Note: This is part two of a three-part series. In the previous […]
By Tim Frazier Editor’s Note: This is the first of a three-part series. Part 1 in […]
Manufacturing specified watertightness in precast concrete products is straightforward if you play by the book. By […]
The high water table at the site of the new Imagination Playground in New York City’s Historic South Street Sea port district is a valid test for the connection integrity and watertightness of the precast concrete box culvert combined sewer system.
Why you should specify precast concrete on your next project.
What are the criteria that satisfy the requirements of a structural proof of design test and a watertightness test for a precast concrete on-site tank?