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Getting involved with local, provincial and federal government can help steer the change that impacts your business

By Melissa Campeau

 

When you consider a deep foundations contractor’s long list of responsibilities, political activism doesn’t usually spring to mind – but business owners who ignore government affairs do so at their own risk.

Midwest Caissons helps spearhead much-needed drill rig operator certification program

By Heather Hudson

 

Every industry has its blind spots.

For technology companies, it’s the failure to protect the privacy of customer data. In retail, it’s dangerous and unfair labour practices in overseas manufacturing facilities. Once identified, measures can be taken to address and eradicate a blind spot, but it often takes a tragedy before industries are moved to act.

Henry Foundation Drilling Inc. innovates to complete unique piling project in Nunavut

By Olive Taylor

 

When Don Henry, the president of Henry Foundation Drilling Inc. (HFDI), learned his team had been awarded the contract to construct a secant pile wall in the middle of Whale Tail Lake in Nunavut, he knew the project would be unlike any other.

In Integrity Evaluation of New and Existing Foundations

By Farid Moradi and Hamed Layssi, FPrimeC Solutions Inc.,
and Ignacio Zulaga, geotecnia.ONLINE

 

Evaluating the load bearing capacity of existing and newly constructed deep foundations and piles has been of interest to engineers and piling contractors for years.

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