Herron Construction was mentioned in the September, 2015 issue of Metal Forming Magazine.
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Herron Construction Company recently completed a brand new addition located in the City of Morton Grove, IL. The new addition is now providing the additional space needed for a new 440 Ton metal stamping press. The project also entailed numerous energy and environmental design benefits including the first Permeable Paver parking lot in the City of Morton Grove. The Permeable Paver parking lot reduces storm water pollution run-off helping to provide a cleaner environment.
Herron Construction Company breaks ground on new factory addition in Morton Grove, IL.
Existing subsoil conditions can have substantial impacts on the acquisition of real estate, design and construction of buildings and impervious spaces. Builders will need to tackle building projects with subsoil challenges. Thorough soil investigation, proper design and construction procedures, will greatly reduce the ailing effects of long term differential settlement.
Built in 1173 and prior to the restoration work performed between 1990 and 2001, the Tower of Pisa leaned at an angle of 5.5 degrees. Today the top of tower is displaced 3.9 meters (12’-10”). 714 years later Gustave Eiffel tackled his subsoil challenges with triumphant results.
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Thinking green and its convenient, Elkay has a product we think our clients would find as a great addition to their next building remodel project.
McHenry County College has installed EZH2O bottle filling water stations on campus, and recorded 14,000 bottles refilled in a three month period. What a great addition to any public or private facility.
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