Passive solar, high thermal mass home plans.Sustainable design, zero-energy, passive solar house HTM holistic housing consultation packages for the earthhome do-it-yourselfer.
Makes skid steer loader attachments: buckets (basic, low profile, front dump, tooth, grapple, 4-in-one, snow and litter); tooth bars, root grapples, pallet forks, tree booms, hay spears. Warranty, mass, news. North Carolina, USA.
A sealer and hardener for commercial and industrial concrete floors. Ashford Formula seals masonry, concrete, and other portland cement based materials into a mass that is solid, rather than porous. Its penetrating quality provides deep sealing that is effective for the life of the concrete. This creates a floor surface that will be easy to clean and maintain.
Provides a wide-range of consulting services for roadways, bridges, land developments, traffic signals, water/sewer systems, airports, landscape architecture, and transit systems. Kimley-Horn ranks among the twenty largest US firms in "pure" design, transportation, general building, retail, multiunit residential, airports, highways, wireless communications, and mass transit.
CNC MASTERS has been in operation for more than 16 years in providing the industry CNC Milling products at competitive prices. CNC Mills for the Business Manager needing to mass-produce parts faster than machining parts manually! Business Owners, Machinists, Scientists, Researchers, Teachers, and even the Hobbyists could appreciate the quality and competitively low price of owning their own CNC Masters Milling Machines.
Manufactures and supplies a reactive silicate concrete sealer. CHEMTEC ONE is a high performance, water based, non-toxic concrete sealer that hardens, strengthens, seals, stabilizes, protects, increases the mass & density and extends the useful life of concrete structures. See the works section for more specific product information. CHEMTEC ONE'S primary use is as a concrete sealer for protecting new and existing dense concrete structures such as Commercial Floors, Parking Facilities, Bridges, Loading Ramps, Driveways, Walkways, Roads, Runways, Taxiways and any concrete structure. See the projects section for photos of ChemTec ONE being used.
ITC Contracting LLC is a general contracting company engaged in diversified & varied construction services and engineering solutions to the construction industry. ITC Contracting L.L.C, Dubai is a part of ITC Group having operations in UAE, Qatar and India. We are equipped with complete infrastructure to carry out large projects.ITC group has Special Category classifications and is specialized in carrying out Earthwork, Oil Tank foundation, Mass Foundation, Water Proofing, Culverts, Industrial Building, Hard Landscaping etc ( CIVIL Construction ).
Country: United Arab Emirates
Since 1969 Velko Hinge, Inc. has been one of the nations leading manufacturers of heavy gauge continuous and specialty order hinges for manufacturers. We specialize in developing those hard to build, heavy duty, specialty and custom hinges and we fabricate them in up to six gauge steel. Our in-plant tool and die department gives us complete control over the quality of our hinges and we have the technical expertise to produce the finest hinges available today. Our hinges are used primarily by: * Agricultural Equipment Manufacturers * Bus and Other Mass Transit Vehicle Manufacturers * Construction Equipment Manufacturers * Fire truck and ambulance manufacturers * Industrial Hardware Industry * Cab Builders * Trucking Industry * Marine Hinges * And various other industries Mission Statement Velko Hinge, Inc. is dedicated to supplying our customers with top quality products along with exceptional customer service at competitive prices. Our trained personnel continually strive to provide our customers the best products possible.
Crystorama Lighting was founded in Brooklyn, New York, in 1958 by Abraham Kleinberg. The company was initially established as a primary importer of crystal chandeliers from Bohemia-Northern Czechoslovakia and offered the finest selection of classical crystal designs. Abraham Kleinberg’s passion as an artist and designer was inspired from various cultures around the world. Through his travels he has incorporated into the product line the full hand cut crystal, the craftsmanship of decorative ironwork, and the meticulous manner by which ornate castings are hand chased to bring out their intricate detailing. Crystorama’s rich heritage has continued over the last 50 years by working with design communities in Europe, India, Asia, and North America. The classically designed chandeliers continue to use the authentic molds and patterns to maintain the traditions of our forefathers. In a world of mass production, Crystorama Lighting continues to offer classical chandeliers that require years of experience and specialized craftsmanship.
Structural Contours, Inc. designs and manufactures concrete formwork, shoring & falsework systems of strong, lightweight, extruded aluminum, including the state-of-the art modular extruded aluminum forms for concrete housing. Included are low cost, government sponsored, social, mass, attached, detached, low-rise, mid-rise and high-rise concrete housing construction projects. Concrete forms, shoring, scaffolding & falsework systems are available in steel, fiberglass as well as aluminum. Owners, developers, construction managers, general contractors and concrete subcontractors have realized substantial savings in labor and material costs by using Structural Contours' wall formconstruction methods, systems and equipment. Applications include commercial and residential structures, bridges, educational buildings, recreational, civil, tunnels, utility, environmental, marine, and virtually every other type of structure that requires the use of cast in place, in-situ concrete construction.
Welcome to fabprefab, a web resource dedicated to tracking developments in the market for ‘modernist prefab dwellings’. Why modernist prefab? Predominant mass-market housing programs such as project homes or tract housing largely fail to meet the desires of people who appreciate a modernist design aesthetic. Custom-designed modernist architecture is beyond the financial reach of many people and so prefab is viewed as a design and production ideology that has the potential to deliver affordable modernism. While kit or prefab homes have been available in a range of either "traditional" or "alternative" forms for many years, surprisingly few prefab homes exist that truly embrace modernist ideals. Will modernist prefab succeed? Modernist prefab is still more of a meme than a marketplace. Most projects are “in development” and relatively few prefabs are available for immediate purchase. While architects are clearly interested in exploring the use of prefabrication methods in design and construction, this is only one piece of the puzzle. Marketing a turn-key prefab dwelling is as much about understanding a business model as being able to design a structure. “Commercialization” is traditionally the domain of speculative builders and property developers rather than design professionals. So who will successfully bring prefab projects to market? What forms will winning business models take? Our goal at fabprefab is to provide a forum for exploring developments in the modernist prefab marketplace. Community stakeholders include, amongst others, prospective owners, architects/designers, builders/contractors, materials vendors, property developers, city planners, lenders, insurers and various commentators.
In 1883 Dr. Otis C. White, a dental surgeon from Hopkinton, Massachusetts, obtained the first of many patents for his adjustable joints, which included a dental head rest and a universal ball and socket joint. These inventions garnered numerous technological awards, including The John Scott Medal (awarded by the Franklin Institute), and the "Gold", "Silver", and "Honorable Mention" medals at the 1893 Pan American Exposition (precursor to the World's Fair). These same universal ball and socket joints can still be found in use today in various "Machine Lite" products in the O.C. White line. In 1894, the company became a Massachusetts corporation producing gas light fixtures. Less than a decade later, with the introduction of the "Mazda lamp", the factory turned its attention to the field of adjustable electric lighting fixtures and was the original pioneer in the field of adjustable task lamps and machine lighting. In 1901, Mr. Otis C. White Jr. became president of the firm, and oversaw all operations until the early 50's. During World War I, specialized arms were produced and "Patented", and used in large quantities by the U.S. Signal Corps to hold resonator signaling devices. The company was cited by the U.S. government for its part in "Helping to produce victory over the enemy." In 1939, fluorescent lamp technology was introduced, and O.C White began to design lamps for desk use, physician's exam units, hospital floor lamps, and fixtures for the stitching trade. During World War II, O.C. White lights were extensively used as Chart lights on board ships, both in the US Navy and the Merchant Marines. Like many companies of the day, our manufacturing efforts were shifted to 100% War production with many other products being used in other war facilities, such as the special units that were designed to be parachuted into field operations. In the 1950's, O.C. White became the dominant producer of OEM Machine Lighting for the American machine builders, such as New Britain Machine, Cincinnati Machine, Bryant, and many other manufacturers. O.C. White arm assemblies were also used in mass quantity for other manufacturers' own lines of fixtures. In 1956 the company introduced its illuminated magnifiers as well as its famous adjustable broadcast arms. The original factory was located in Worcester, Massachusetts, which was one of the early hubs of industry, and was utilized until 1980, when the factory moved to a new location. In 1964 Robert L. May became President and owner of the firm after twenty years of lighting experience with Sylvania Electric, Westinghouse Electric and then as a manufacturer's representative for O.C. White. Today under its new President, Richard L. May, who has over forty years experience in the lighting field, the company has again moved to its new location in a renovated (1920), 72,000 sq. foot brick building in Thorndike, Massachusetts. Considered the World's Oldest Industrial Lighting manufacturer, O.C. White has earned an unparalleled reputation for the quality of its superior products and fixtures. It is not unusual to find the company's early fixtures in high end antique shops where high prices are demanded for the unique products.