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Division 1610 – Breakwater Apartments- Traverse City, MI
Submitted by Jason Harrall, Superintendent
General Contractor: Wieland
Breakwater is a new riverfront luxury rental apartment and retail development in downtown Traverse City. It includes 10,000 square feet of commercial space, 77 market-rate apartment units and parking. Division 1610 crushed this 3am pour – well before National Cherry Festival attendees arrived.
Divisions 110, 1610, 3110 – Bronson Primary Care X 2!
Submitted by Jordan Berens, Director of Project Management & Estimating
General Contractor: CSM Group
Bronson Primary Care – Three Rivers
400 CY of foundation concrete, 175 CY of slab on grade concrete and 215 CY of exterior concrete
Bronson Primary Care – Texas Corners
380 CY of foundation concrete, 175 CY of slab on grade concrete and 110 CY of exterior concrete
CSM Group awarded Division 110 two building projects for Bronson Primary Care. These projects are a small re-introduction for the commercial group to CSM. Project Engineer Mike Thomas submitted a quality bid on these projects. Division 1610 will install exterior concrete, and Division 3110 will install basement waterproofing.
Water. Rest. Shade.
Important Reminders about Heat Illness
Exposure to heat can cause illness and death. The most serious heat illness is heat stroke. Other heat illnesses, such as heat exhaustion, heat cramps and heat rash should also be avoided. There are precautions that can be taken any time temperatures are high and the job involves physical work.
Risk Factors for Heat Illness
- High temperature and humidity, direct sun exposure, no breeze or wind
- Heavy physical labor
- No recent exposure to hot workplaces
- Low liquid intake
- Waterproof clothing
Symptoms of Heat Exhaustion
- Headache, dizziness, or fainting
- Weakness and wet skin
- Irritability or confusion
- Thirst, nausea, or vomiting
Symptoms of Heat Stroke
- May be confused, unable to think clearly, pass out, collapse, or have seizures (fits)
- May stop sweating
How to Prevent Heat-Related Illnesses
- Drink small amounts of water frequently.
- Wear light-colored, loose-fitting, breathable clothing
- Take frequent short breaks in cool shade.
- Eat smaller meals before work activity.
- Avoid caffeine and alcohol or large amounts of sugar.
Contact your safety manager for questions, training or additional resources.