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  • Basement Wall Recovery

    From 1920-1960, basements were standard in most homes in Reno, Nevada. Not only did they provide ample storage for dry goods, food, and coal, but they also added a layer of protection for structures built on the highly expansive soils.

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  • Union County Vocational Schools

    Situation : The existing school was built slab-on-grade. The architect’s new design called for an addition with a full depth basement 15 feet deeper than the original structure. This would in the end require that a three-foot wall be extended 15 ...

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  • Grandstand Project

    Situation: Narrows High School in Narrows, Virginia, needed a new 1250 seat grandstand for their sports facility. The grandstands were to be constructed on a steep hillside with a 2:1 slope with approximately 20’-0 of soft fill soils. The steep slope ...

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  • Racked Foundation

    Having a street sweeper truck crash into your home sounds like a bad dream; however, for the owner of a residence in Birmingham, Alabama, it was reality. Situation: The street sweeper penetrated an exterior wall, causing cracks to form in the brick ...

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  • Moisture Damaged Foundation

    Introduction: Even well-built homes can’t always escape the combination of time and nature. This home in Irmo, South Carolina, is a testimony to this end, having suffered foundation damage subsequent to years of moisture exposure and soil ...

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  • Colonial-Style Office Building

    Introduction: On the surface, the Greenville, colonial-style property looked beautiful nestled among trees. Rustic red brick, classic columns, and dark window shutters adorn the picturesque, multi-unit office building. In spite of its gorgeous ...

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  • Georgetown Home Stabilization

    Introduction: Owning a home on the beautiful bay in Georgetown, South Carolina, where the Pee Dee River and Waccamaw River meet should bring about a sense of calm and peace; however, seeing cracks in the structure can cause a homeowner anxiety even ...

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  • Residential Foundation Settlement

    Introduction: Foundation settlement can lead to a wide array of problems for any home. Whether it’s sagging walls with cracked bricks or a sinking driveway with an uneven slope, the damage can be severe and overwhelming. The fact is that when a ...

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