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All About Pavers, Scrapers, and Graders

Here are three types of heavy equipment you’re apt to see at work on a road project, a building site, a mining site, or farm. They work in succession to transform raw land into usable surfaces for the roads, highways, parking lots, and buildings we

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A New Horizon in Commercial Construction: Geothermal Heating and Cooling

In the rush to find non-carbon energy sources for buildings, one alternative is gaining notable traction: geothermal heating and cooling systems. These systems are already being used effectively in residential and commercial structures. And with strong government support, their use is bound to increase.

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How a PEMB Can Be Customized

Some people think of PEMBs as large, featureless boxes. But nothing could be farther from the truth. While they are ideal for uses that require a large open space, PEMBs can also be customized to fit any user’s need or desire.

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PEMB Building Components

Pre-engineered metal buildings (PEMB) come in a wide variety of sizes, shapes and styles, depending on their intended use. They generally include certain basic components, all of which together make them amazingly strong, reliable, and cost-efficient.

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PRESS RELEASE: FCG and FSE Look to Vets to Fill Employee Deficit

The Fleming Construction Group is pleased to announce that we are currently recruiting US military veterans through a collaboration with the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission’s Tulsa office. The intention behind the joint effort is to fill ten open positions on Fleming’s metal building assembler team.

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Your Roof Inspection Checklist

Few components of a building are as important as the roof. Yet, it’s often the last thing to receive attention. That’s understandable, since we rarely have occasion to see what’s going on up there; the roof is all too easy to ignore. Happily, there are