In the industrial world, material handling is the unsung hero that ensures smooth operations, encompassing vital aspects such as protection, efficiency, cost reduction, safety, and customer satisfaction. These elements are the backbone of the process, […]Read More about What Is Material Handling?
The construction sector is a complex web involving various stakeholders, including contractors, architects, engineers, subcontractors, suppliers, and property owners. Given the multitude of participants, it’s inevitable that disagreements and disputes crop up, often necessitating legal […]Read More about Litigation in the Commercial Construction Industry
In the world of construction, the difference between a successful project and a costly disaster often comes down to one critical factor: the qualifications and expertise of the professionals involved. At Magellan Construction, we believe […]Read More about A Qualified Team is Essential to Success
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) plays a pivotal role in upholding workplace health and safety standards. Given the inherent risks associated with construction sites, it’s evident why OSHA frequently oversees these areas. Their […]Read More about OSHA Inspections
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 stands as a crucial piece of legislation aimed at preventing discrimination against individuals with disabilities. Its scope extends across all aspects of public life, encompassing employment, transportation, […]Read More about Is Your Building ADA Compliant?
Choosing the right location for your construction project is a critical step that can significantly impact your business’s future success and feasibility. Several key factors must be considered before deciding where your new location will […]Read More about Importance of Location
In the construction industry, a concept that has risen in popularity over the years is the design-build process. Magellan Construction offers this cohesive, streamlined alternative to traditional construction methodologies, effectively uniting design and construction under […]Read More about The Design-Build Process
The scorching summer months are here, and construction companies face the challenge of ensuring the safety and well-being of their workers on hot and humid construction sites. One threat to consider during these months is […]Read More about Noticing the Signs of Heat Stroke on Construction Sites
The hurricane season occurs annually between June 1st and November 30th. Over the years, Louisiana has experienced 54 hurricanes since 1851, with 17 ranking between Category 3 and Category 5. Other states, including Florida, Texas, […]Read More about Why Your Building Needs to be Hurricane Ready