Shelton Structures: Where Presentation Matters

Shelton Structures: Where Presentation Matters

By Larry Loffer in Forest Products Industry Information for Lumber Companies & Kiln Dryers | 0 Comment

1977, a new company opened for business in Shelton, Washington. “It was started by my grandfather and father, who called it ‘Shelton Structures‘,” said President Paul Ericson. The business model focused on one product to begin with, but that didn’t last. “The product they made at that time was structural glued laminate (glulam) beams for […]

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Concrete Floor Moisture Measurement in Hospital Complex

By Wagner Meters in ASTM Concrete Information & Knowledge Base | 0 Comment

This article was originally published by Floor Covering Installer in their Nov-Dec 2016 issue. It can be found online here on page 53a (Opens in new tab). Bill Lepito is Principle of Certified Floor Covering Consultants (CFCC), a nationally-recognized firm that specializes in moisture testing for concrete substrates, and forensic flooring failure investigations. His expertise […]

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Should You Install Flooring on Wet Concrete When the GC Says So?

By Jason Spangler in Drying Concrete Slabs Concrete Information & Knowledge Base | 6 Comments

This article is a reprint from the October 2016 issue of Concrete Construction. A general contractor (GC) and flooring installer at a construction site were at a crossroads. After doing their due diligence by performing a relative humidity (RH) test on the concrete, which involved inserting a RH probe to a depth of 40 percent […]

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