WCP Renew – February 2024, an in-depth look at the Building Renewal Industry for Building Owners, Property Managers and Engineers.
In today’s email:
- Targeted Building Envelope Restoration.
- Completing a Building Renewal Project Successfully.
- Poll: Are you leveraging AI at work?
- Restoring Metal Surfaces.
- Renewal Around the Web.
Read time: 3 minutes
For some projects, only certain areas of a building require work, this is called targeted restoration. Last year, WCP, completed a project for Peace Portal Alliance Church, which serves as a great example of targeted renewal work.
Learn more here.
The Job Close is a key step for any project on the pathway to success. As part of “The WCP Process,” the job close phase holds a pivotal role in ensuring the seamless completion of a building renewal project. This phase encompasses inspections, customer reveals, demobilization, completion certificates, and much more.
Learn more about effective job closes here.
Structural steel on building envelopes plays a crucial role in the longevity and functionality of many commercial and industrial buildings. Over time, these important steel elements can deteriorate due to exposure to the elements and other environmental factors. Restoring metal surfaces for the long term can be intricate and there are definitely “good, better, and best” approaches to the process.
Learn more here.
Renewal Around the Web
Residential building construction costs increased 1.9% in the second quarter, following 1.8% growth in the previous quarter.
AI in construction has the potential to help players realize value throughout project lifecycles, including Design, bidding, financing; procurement, and construction.
The 50th-anniversary show drew tens of thousands of concrete and masonry contractors from around the U.S. and the world as well as 1,450 exhibitors.
Top Concrete and Masonry Product Roundups of 2023
Dozens of product slideshows have been published this year. Here are the ones that were among the most popular with readers and the industry.
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