How to Increase the Durability and Feasibility of Your Civil Engineering Project

Posted on: 22 May 2020

Civil engineering work has become increasingly essential over the years. As more people migrate to urban areas, infrastructures such as roads, bridges, and buildings will need to be more durable, flexible and capable of meeting the needs of residents. Regardless of the type of project that you're planning, durability and feasibility will be key goals among your long list of objectives. This is because most types of infrastructure are likely to undergo heavy use and will require timely maintenance.
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3 Must-Have Features in a Staff Development Platform

Posted on: 17 March 2020

There is nothing more satisfying to staff than the assurance of growth in the workplace. The 21st-century employee does not only care about the benefits offered at the workplace as some employers think. This might explain why the employee turnover rate (15%) is at its highest. Programs such as on-the-job training and enhancement of soft skills can go a long way in improving staff productivity.  However, employers need the right staff development tools to make the learning experience of employees fruitful.
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3 Reasons a Land Surveyor Is Critical to Building a Fence Around a Property

Posted on: 20 January 2020

For most people, land surveying is a very technical term, and only people that own large tracts of land need the services of a land surveyor. Unfortunately, such misconceptions continue to land property owners in trouble every day. Land surveying services are not solely designed for large properties, and simple activities such as fencing need expertise. However, most people still struggle with understanding why they would need land surveying services to fence their property.
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How to Keep Bugs Out of Your Hydroponics Grow Tent

Posted on: 15 October 2019

If you've decided to invest in an indoor hydroponics grow tent, then you might not expect to have problems with bugs and pests. After all, you're giving your crops an enclosed and secure environment to grow in. However, bugs and pests can get inside tents without you noticing. Once in there, they can wreak havoc on the plants you're trying to nurture. So, before you set up your tent, put some thought into bug proofing.
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