A FEW OF OUR CURRENT/RECENT PROJECTS

VARIOUS WOOD TREATING FACILITY PROJECTS

Roland has been working in the Wood Treating Industry since 1991. Roland (and Mike and Matt) complete several Projects every year, including Subpart W&J, SWPPP, SPCC, and Tank Certifications, as well as other Structural Projects at the Drip Pad Sites. Since Roland is registered in 35 States, these Projects are located throughout the United States, as well as Puerto Rico.

ROAD TRIP-SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER 2019:

Roland and Diana are "on the road again" with a little work and lots of fun in the sun.  We completed a Project in mid-September in Vidalia, Georgia for a Wood Treating Facility that included Subpart W Inspection and Hoist, Lanyard and Pushbar Certifications, as well as a Project at the first part of October in Tarrytown, Florida that included a Subpart W Inspection.

After a few weeks of fun/sun in Sarasota, Sanibel, and Ft. Myers Beach, we headed to Mississippi and then completed a Subpart W Inspection Project in Louisiana last week. After some fun stops in Memphis and Nashville, we are meeting Mike and Matt in Gatlinburg for some "mountain fun" and then a Project in Sweetwater, Tennessee...Please check back for Road Trip Updates!

ELIZABETH MANOR GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB

PORTSMOUTH, VIRGINIA

We are currently working on this Project, which included an inspection of the Clubhouse to determine whether the structure can be renovated or if it should be demolished. If it is determined that it needs to be demolished, the existing footprint will need to be utilized since it falls within the 100ft Chesapeake Bay Act limit.

BARRIER ISLAND CENTER, 

EASTERN SHORE

Roland has been working on multiple Projects for the Barrier Island Center, including renovations to the 300 year old Kitchen and renovations to the main Visitor Center. Roland has completed various projects over the years at the Barrier Island Center, and looks forward to working on these Projects.

KADESH A.M.E. ZION CHURCH

EDENTON, NC

Roland is working on this Church (circa 1897) with the Edenton Historic Commission and the Virginia Trust. This project includes a full renovation to the Church to restore it back to its original condition. There is excessive structural damage throughout the building due to termites and water infiltration, and major structural restoration is required.


Interesting Fact: Martin Luther King, as well as other prominent dignataries, have spoken at this Church. There is currently a movement to have Martin Luther King, Jr. speak at the Church to assist with fundraising for the restoration.