Alex Stonehouse in ATL’s Utica office, won the “Thank God it’s the Last Friday of the Month Contest (TGILF)”. He won a Masterbuilt Bluetooth Digital Electric Smoker with Broiler and accessories.
One of the most anticipated celebrations is Thanksgiving and as a solution to keeping everyone distanced and safe we provided each employee with a single serve meal and dessert.
ATL recently held our first online webinar series that meet NYS Professional Development Hour (PDH) requirements for P.E.’s and R.A.’s
Under conditions of high alkali cement, reactive aggregates, and water presence, Alkali-Silica Reaction (ASR) can cause expansion and cracking within concrete. If left unmitigated, ASR can cause serious deterioration and damage to concrete structures over time. The best way to mitigate ASR is to avoid it altogether by using non-reactive aggregates. ATL uses standardized test methods for determining the potential reactivity of aggregates.
ATL’s Vice President Donald Sipher, PE, recently presented virtually to a group of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute student members of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
ATL welcomes Matt Rowland to the Corporate Safety group located in our Albany (Clifton Park), NY office.
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