Longtime Louisville Company plans large East End distribution centerRead More
Lichtefeld receives kind words from Braxlyn.
Dear Paul, I just wanted to send you a little note and tell you what a great job your crew is doing on this gym! The subs have been great, and as usually, Brian always goes above and beyond to make sure we are getting what we want and need We had Doug last time …Read More
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Just under construction, located in Shelbyville, Ky… 4,721 SQFT Office/Training with 5,329 SQFT warehouse, 2 Acre site, new storm sewers, curbs, paving, landscaping, Concrete Footers, foundation, sidewalks, Butler engineered building 75’ x 134’ x 20’, Interior light gauge metal framed wall with structural mezzanine, Acoustical ceiling, Pre-finished solid core doors with hollow metal frames, Vinyl plank …Read More
When considering a commercial construction project, you may wonder what’s the best time of year to begin. Is it more ideal to break ground in the spring when the weather improves? Or are there benefits to building in the so-called “off-season”? Truth be told, there are benefits to starting your project any time of year …Read More
Lichtefeld, Inc. wants to give a big shout out to our superintendent, Doug Smith for a job well done!Read More
Consider the Butler MR-24 standing Pittsburg double lock machine seamed roof system for your old building roof leaks. This “built up” or metal over “metal” new roof system gives you an additional 25 year warranty on your current roof system. Let Lichtefeld show you how you can add 25 years to your roof and in …Read More
A quick example of of steel usage Conventional vs ButlerRead More
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DATE: November 1, 2018 ACTION: Please Circulate in Your Organization as Needed Winter Storms and Your Projects EXCESSIVE SNOW ACCUMULATION Heavy and/or repeated snow storms can create packed snow and ice such that only a few feet of depth may weigh 50 psf or more, imposing unusual and excessive loads on any building structure. …Read More