In this issue, we provide you information about new PDCA member benefits as well as how to get more involved in PDCA committees. Also, learn about efforts in progress to establish new PDCA Chapters.
Check out a preview of what PDCA will offer at IFCEE, coming to Dallas May 10-14, 2021.
We are excited to provide you an important and timely update on working platform guidance; safety is a priority issue for us all.
A couple names you may know; pile driving industry veterans Jay Boyd and Harry Robbins sit down with our writers to share perspectives on deep foundation construction.
Don't miss a fascinating project story from Boston that details contributions from DuroTerra.
We are pleased to provide guidance on construction law issues such as Addressing the Risk of Third Party Claims and Contract Terms in the COVID Era.
There is a new installment to our mental health series that helps you understand how to avoid the tragedy of suicide in construction.
And don't miss the business article that explores a growing trend of military veterans transitioning to construction careers.
As we do in every issue, we are proud to feature profiles of some of our members; of course without members, PDCA doesn't exist. This time, you will meet Ford Pile Foundation, Junttan USA, ESC Steel and Earth, Inc.
Click here to read Issue #6 of PileDriver. As we move to the new year, please contact us with any content ideas you have for future magazine editions.
In this issue, you can read a contractor's perspective on the The Soma Hotel project in California. Foundation Constructors, Inc. details mounting challenges they overcame while erecting the new building in San Francisco's Mission Bay District. This account begins on Page 64.
Then travel east and learn about the innovative engineering that Insight Group in Charleston, SC incorporated into the ground improvements for the Hugh K. Leatherman Terminal, one of the nation's largest port expansion projects. Read a 'deep dive' into this massive effort on Page 58.
Also, meet Gwen Sanders, P.E., the new President of Eustis Engineering in New Orleans; she's the first woman to ever hold that title. Her Career Story is on Page 21. Then visit the new North American headquarters of foundation equipment manufacturer CZM. A photo spread featuring their the brand new Georgia facility starts on Page 45.
Balfour Beatty details an important mental health endeavor they have launched on Page 81. And new PDCA Contracts & Risk Committee Chair Rick Kalson co-authors an insightful opinion exploring "who is liable for additional construction costs caused by differing site conditions," on Page 85.
You can read company profiles on longtime PDCA member Hammer & Steel, as well as one on new PDCA member EMC Engineering Services. You can read regular features like Pile Tips, a Business article, a Leadership perspective and plenty more in this issue. PileDriver Issue #5, 2020 closes with a remembrance of the late Pete Schell of Equipment Corporation of America who left an indelible mark on the pile driving industry throughout the Mid-Atlantic region and beyond.
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- Service Steel Warehouse Wins November, #PDCADriven Contest
- A Pile of News - December 2022
- Early Bird Pricing Ends this Month for 2023 Annual Conference
- The Results Are In: Meet the 2023 PDCA Officers/Board Elected to Serve You
- Gulf Coast Chapter Names 2023 Leadership Team
- Top California Course Torrey Pines Secured for '23 PDCA Golf Tourney
- Watkins Awarded SC/Nigels Scholarship; Webinar Team Was On-Location
- Pacific Coast Chapter Partners to Bring Two November Seminars
- Dozens Attend TX Chapter Lunch and Learn; Guajardo Honored
- Palm Trees and Pile Driving (Contractors) Gather in South Florida