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New Skudo AIA accredited course now available: Protect Your Work Course: SKU01 – 1 Learning Unit / HSW Course description: Surface protection is insurance against damage to a project’s installed materials, saving time and money by keeping jobsite clean up and repair to a minimum. Proper surface protection protects the bottom line, and keeps the profit in the project. It helps ensure the finished project meets or exceeds the architect’s and client’s vision, and it keeps the jobsite safer for workers. The architect can and should specify correct protection products. This course examines the damages known to occur on jobsites, … Continue reading
Skudo HT Commercial system is currently protecting the front drive of the new High School for the Performing and Visual Arts (HSPVA) building in downtown Houston. The $80 million project is designed to accommodate 750 students and will include an 800-seat main theater with a balcony, dance and music studios, a 300-seat black box theater, rehearsal rooms, a modern outdoor dining area, two levels of underground parking, and an outdoor roof terrace. The general contractor for this project is McCarthy Building Companies.
Skudo is excited to be working with Jeffco Concrete and West Construction on East Mississippi College’s Communiversity workforce development project. Skudo’s HT Commercial System is being used to protect concrete during construction of the $42+ million, 145,000 sq. ft. project which is expected to be completed in 2018. The Communiversity project represents a partnership between local K-12 schools, area industry, and the community college to provide cutting edge workforce and technical training to students. The new facility will include several new classrooms, laboratories, and a manufacturing display, along with office space, conference areas, and food service.
Protect Your Work Course: SKU01 1 Learning Unit/HSW.
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