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Stormwater Management Best Practices

Weathering the Storms Early last year, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued new regulations for "operators of construction activity” that involves more than one acre. Since 1992, contractors working on these type of projects…

Laser Levels: Accuracy Is Job One

"Close" is not good enough on today’s jobsites. Close is not good enough on today’s jobsites. Contractors must be right-on with every control mark. Workers must comply with project specifications that include tight construction tolerances,…

How To Choose And Use Slings

General Use of Different Types of Slings In this article we'll explore the different types of slings and which ones to use in various applications. If you're good at math there's a section on calculating sling capacity. If you're not good…

How To Apply Concrete Joint Filler

Let's Fill This Joint! Although there are many brands of concrete joint fillers out there, I think we can agree that the installation process is similar for most. If you’re new to the game, here is a step-by-step overview of the basics.…

Ladder Safety Tips for Pros

Ladder Safety Improper ladder use can lead to fatalities Unfortunately, one of the tools concrete contractors use most often can be the most dangerous. Improper ladder use plays a part in one of every three fatalities on today’s jobsites.…

Are you ADA Compliant?

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) The ADA became law in 1990. The ADA is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all areas of public life, including jobs, schools, transportation, and…

Where Are The Skilled Tradesmen?

Having a tough time finding enough skilled workers to bid on bigger projects? You’re not alone. At HD Supply Construction & Industrial - White Cap we see the challenge some of our customers are facing first hand. In some busy markets,…

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