Nathan Laudick

Flood Map Designations and Map Revisions Explained

by Nathan Laudick May 15, 2017
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Recently, we were contacted by a client wanting to build a house in a beautiful open meadow.  While this seems to be a great setting for the house, one issue arose when we started doing our due diligence.  The location where they wanted the house […]

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The Exciting Future of Self-Healing Materials – Part 2

by Nathan Laudick April 15, 2017
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Last month, I discussed the exciting potential of self-healing concrete to reduce global carbon emission and reduce the enormous cost of replacing cracked concrete.  Today, I will discuss another innovation to a material that is almost as ubiquitous as concrete, asphalt!  None other than the […]

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The Exciting Future of Self-Healing Materials

by Nathan Laudick June 10, 2016
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No other material in the world is used in construction more than concrete, and as the developing world keeps its accelerating growth the demand will increase.  As one of the oldest construction materials in the world, there has been a lot of innovation in mixtures […]

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Drone Applications in Engineering and Construction

by Nathan Laudick March 18, 2016
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There has been a lot in the news about drones over the last couple of years, and this is with good cause.  Drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), have been used almost exclusively by the military over the previous decade.  However, with the rise of […]

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