Encorus Group’s John Allan has had an article published in American City & County magazine. The article talks about the importance of automatic fire detection and suppression systems for the protection of municipal assets such as trucks, snowplows, emergency vehicles, and other equipment.
Encorus Group’s Director of Mechanical Integrity, Keith Taylor, has had an article published in “Occupational Health & Safety Magazine”. The article, titled “How Mechanical Integrity Inspections Can Help Meet OH&S Goals”, appears in the June 2019 issue and helps to explain how mechanical integrity services can help to keep workplaces safe. You can read the article here.
How to work with a concrete testing laboratory for quality control and meeting ASTM concrete standards
Anyone involved in construction projects using poured concrete needs to have that concrete tested for meeting appropriate standards, done by a qualified concrete testing laboratory to meet ASTM concrete standards. Here are some practical tips on how to find the right firm, make sure that they’re qualified to do the work, and work with that firm in a way that keeps the project on budget and on schedule. Read more in the article in the January 2019 issue Civil + Structural Engineer Magazine, co-authored by Encorus’s Jim Handzlik and Jeremy Lake by clicking here.
An article co-authored by Encorus Group’s Joseph Lowry III, PE, and Sheila A. Ransbottom, PE has been published in the December 2018 issue of Roads & Bridges magazine. The article covers some points to remember when working with government set-asides, such as those for minority-owned, women-owned, and service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses. Check it out here!
An article co-authored by Encorus Group’s Senior Electrical Engineer and Design Division Director Tom Gilmartin and Senior Fire Protection Engineer John Allan has been published in the September-October 2018 issue of The Military Engineer. The article focuses on innovations in fire protection design at military facilities. You can read the article by clicking here and turning to page 68.