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Archer Western selects MEVA to refurbish Imperial panel fleet
A 2,200 sq. ft. truck load of Imperial arrives at MEVA to be cleaned, buffed, and repaired
Challenges of a road construction project mastered safely
The Ruhlin Company, founded by John G. Ruhlin, has been an integral part of the commercial and industrial market in Northeast Ohio since 1915. The company expanded into the civil market in 1955, constructing bridges, roads, sewers, and wastewater treatment facilities throughout the State of Ohio. In 2006, the Structural Division was added to complement the Heavy Division.
Cornerstone Builders selects MEVA to build TCO fertilizer storage
Cornerstone Builders Ltd., established in 1970, has over 50 years of successful design and build experience in both the commercial and industrial food service sectors. According to their website, Cornerstone proudly displays their core values of communication, accountability, consistency, and teamwork. It was a privilege to team up with Cornerstone on this agriculture project by providing forming and shoring equipment, along with engineering and onsite support.
Saving labor, time, and equipment
As the requirements on construction sites vary, construction companies need flexible formwork and support systems. Ideal solutions convince through a high level of efficiency, simple handling, durability, and combinability. These characteristics are decisive for a high level of cost-effectiveness, rapid construction progress, and sustainability – all guaranteed when using the cost-efficient and flexible MEVA32 shoring system.
Wayne Brothers rely on MevaLite and SK150 bracket application
Wayne Brothers, one of MEVA’s original customers, was awarded the fermentation tank structure for a new brewery in Columbia, SC. This brewery will be one of the largest breweries built in the United States in over 25 years. The project scope consisted of a cast-in-place tank structure that needed to be built in 90 days so that the remaining building structure could be completed on time.