School is out and the crew working on Churchill Hall at North Dakota State University (NDSU) is hard at work. The crew is installing 375 lineal feet of through-wall flashing, stone patching, and installing 80 pieces of new cast stone. In addition to Churchill Hall, Joel Vaughan’s crew is also completing three other projects on the NDSU campus. Their skilled craftsmanship will be a great addition to the NDSU campus.
BRC would like to commend the crew working on Keller Hall at the University of Minnesota for their great work. A bystander was so impressed with the work being done that they sent the message below about the crew. Great work!
The “work hard, play hard” philosophy couldn’t be more fitting for Building Restoration Corporation employee, Tony Selle.
At BRC, Tony works on a team of sheet metal designers who are among the top in the industry. In his free time, Tony races a 6,000-pound mega truck with 57-inch tractor tires that spin up to 90 miles per hour.
Safety Day 2016 was a huge success. Safety is a cornerstone at BRC and this training will go a long way in reducing injuries out in the field. Respirator training, emergency planning, and a special demonstration from the Minneapolis Fire Department made the day interactive and informative.
What happens when there is an emergency involving a platform suspended off the side of a building, hundreds of feet off the ground? This unusual situation would be difficult for even the most experienced emergency responder.