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ASA-HC In The Community: Making a Difference in Construction at Texas A&M

The following was originally posted in the Houston Chapter of the American Subcontractors Association's newsletter.

In early Spring 2013, under the guidance of Cary Seabolt and Marcus Bollum of Marek Brothers Systems, the planning began for an ASA-Houston Chapter student chapter in the Department of Construction Science within the College of Architecture at Texas A&M. The Construction Science department has an average enrollment of six to seven hundred students, and although there are currently no institutional rankings of collegiate construction management programs, it is commonly regarded as the best of the best. Historically the department primarily focuses on general construction management, and typically does not delve into the specifics of industrial, civil, residential or specialty contracting.

Weekly Toolbox Talk: Struck by Falling-Flying Objects

You are at risk from falling objects when you are beneath equipment, scaffolds, etc., or where overhead work is being performed. There is a danger from flying objects when power tools, or activities like pushing, pulling, or prying, may cause objects to become airborne.

Stretch & Flex

Our stretching program helps our employees increase their overall flexibility and range-of motion for better and safer performance.

Virtual Construction Services with BIM

Exterior Framing – We have the capability to break the exterior walls into different layers. Our design can reveal framing, sheathing, and other layers which can be added in an exterior wall along with attachment clips as required.


 

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