WEB SITE DETAILS VARIOUS MARKETS
Fabral, Lancaster, Pa., has redesigned its Web site to feature intuitive navigation; comprehensive product information; and improved tools and resources, such as a color visualizer and dealer locator. The site, www.fabral.com, differentiates and details each market—post frame, commercial and residential—allowing end-users to find the information they need quickly and with as few clicks as possible.
BINDER DETAILS GENERAL INFORMATION
A new Division 7 binder now is available from RHEINZINK America Inc., Cambridge, Mass. The comprehensive binder includes general information about the attributes and characteristics of RHEINZINK products, as well as complete specifications and baseline details for all company roof, façade and gutter applications. For more information or to receive a DVD of the binder, call (617) 871-6777 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
ROOFING SPECIFICATIONS AVAILABLE ONLINE
Architects, designers, specification writers and facility managers now can access nearly 40 roofing specifications online at www.garlandco.com. The Garland Co. Inc., Cleveland, has made available current specifi cations for restoration systems, metal roofi ng and general rooftop maintenance. The information will be regularly updated to reflect the latest changes in building codes and testing requirements.
SAFETY CAPABILITY ADDED TO SOFTWARE
Houston-based HCSS has introduced a safety capability to its HeavyJob Field Man agement Software for companies whose crew-based employees perform dangerous work. The capability enables companies to plan safety goals by employee and track them quickly and electronically. For more information, visit www.hcss.com.
Choosing Project Success: A Guide for Building Professionals
PUBLISHER: Pareto, Westchester, Ill., www.paretobi.com
AUTHOR: J.F. McCarthy Written for novice and experienced architects, building owners, project and facility managers, designers, lenders and insurers, this book is a commercial-construction manual that addresses project and construction management, as well as the technical aspects of the job site. The book is organized into three sections. The first section addresses how to obtain usable facts that allow for communication, planning and analysis. The second section explores creating a purpose for a project and offers personal organization tips and management tools. The third section provides a managerial understanding of the technical aspects of construction, including how to address soils, materials, plumbing and more.