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Adam J. Hansen's Blog – June 2018 Archive (1)

Gypsum Roof Decking

 

         A few weeks back, our training division was able to acquire a structure set for demolition. It was a 1960, two story, Type #2, Commercial, measuring in around 10,500 square feet. With time always equaling money, organizations are often limited to having these structures for just a few days prior to coming down. However, with this particular structure, we had the tremendous opportunity of having it at our disposal for an entire month. We utilized it to the…

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Added by Adam J. Hansen on June 22, 2018 at 8:30am — No Comments

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