36 Out of the OrdinaryTrees may be a rare sight in Saudi Arabia, but that hasn't stopped one marine construction project in this land of rock and sand from utilizing timber pilings. Here's how U.S. company American Pole and Timber got involved.

Project of the Year Awards
48 Land: Less than $500,000Legacy Contracting, Inc.
52 Land: $500,000 to $2 MillionBlakeslee Arpaia Chapman, Inc.
56 Land: $2 Million to $5 MillionCorman Kokosing Construction
60 Marine: Less than $500,000Legacy Contracting, Inc.
64 Marine: $500,000 to $2 MillionBalfour Beatty US
72 Preparing Next Year's Entries
Member Profiles
75 Corman Kokosing Construction
83 GeoStructures Inc.
89 Creative Pultrusions Inc.
95 Giken Ltd.
101 Shannon & Wilson, Inc.
107 Evolution of Steel Piling and High Modulus Walls for Post Panamax Marine Structures
111 The Use of Treated Timber in Aquatic Applications
115 Confinement ReinforcementRequirements for concrete piles
118 Stop Crane and Excavator Accidents
119 Pre-Task Form
121 Long Form Critical Lift Plan
123 New RulesKey changes in the new AIA A201 General Conditions
PDCA Committees
127 PDCA Contracts and Risk Committee:The Engineer's Role in Mitigating Risk on Pile Driving Projects,An operational and legal perspective
PDCA Young Guns
129 Paul Martin, McCrossin Foundations
131 Ryan Allin, GRL Engineers, Inc.

6 President's Message
13 Executive Director's Message 
16 201819 Board of Directors and Committee Chairs
19 PDCA Upcoming Events
21 PDCA Membership Benefits 
25 Article Submission Guidelines
29 New PDCA Members
31 PDCA News
33 PDCA Chapters

Posted in PileDriver Magazine. Tagged as Issue 5, 2018.

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