COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION INFORMATION
Commercial Construction Industry Information
Commercial construction company Bob Moore Construction has provided the following information as an educational resource on important facets of the construction industry:
Tilt-up Construction - Have you ever driven past a construction site and seen a construction company's massive cranes lifting huge panels of concrete in the air? Have you watched with amazement as a new commercial building seems to spring into place, almost overnight? What you have witnessed is tilt-up construction, an innovative method employed by construction companies for building commercial / industrial structures with amazing speed, safety, and cost benefits. Learn more about this dynamic approach to building from one of the top tilt-up construction companies in Texas.
Construction Safety - One of the most important concerns a construction company must control is safety. Clearly, the federal government considers construction safety a significant concern. In 2006, more than 59% of all federal inspections performed by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) nationwide, 22,891 inspections in all, took place in the construction sector. OSHA conducted an additional 27,672 state inspections at construction jobsites. Bob Moore Construction's safety program is so successful that the company has been accepted as a accepted as a member of the OSHA Local Partnership program, only the fifth general contractors in north and east Texas to earn this recognition, and its safety director was named Safety Director of the Year. In this section of Commercial Construction.com, Bob Moore Construction explains the components of a successful construction safety program.
Construction Organizations - Construction companies are supported by a group of influential trade organizations. These organizations include the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC), American Concrete Institute (ACI) and the Tilt-up Concrete Association (TCA). Bob Moore Construction employees serve in leadership roles for the AGC, ACI and TCA and on some of the most prestigious advisory comittees in the industry. Learn more about the AGC, ACI and TCA and how they improve construction safety, quality and cost-effectiveness in this section of Commercial Construction.com.