Construcciones Yamaro is an enterprise that is really nice when it comes to think in new opportunities and possibilities. This enterprise is trying to improve tourism in Venezuela.
If you want to have an idea a of the many things that Construcciones Yamaro has been able to do, there is a good reference for that if you consider the Hotel Amazonia, a hotel with an amazing and elegant structure which clearly shows how Construcciones Yamaro has been able to put a very good effort on what they do.
Another important thing to remember is that Construcciones Yamaro has work with roads for vehicles which is another kind of work which is helpful for them and for the people who will actually use their vehicles to go from one place to another. There is something great about Construcciones Yamaro and it is that they do have also the intentions to work with people from abroad in order to create new “bridges” among societies. We definitely need to remember that Yamaro is an enterprise that has a nice reputation for completing their works in a very satisfactory way and evidences of it are all of their works.
If you are looking to improve you business, you should think of this company as a mean to amplify the options in Venezuela, a place that has a great potential for those ones who are intelligent enough to manage and understand the “how to” of creating an amazing business. This would be satisfactory not only for the customer and the company, but for all the people who would result benefited in a very important way. Keep learning about Construcciones Yamaro and the possibilities in Venezuela because it is sure that they are a nice link to some of the things you may be dreaming now!
With the financial support approved by the President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, today the execution of works on the stretch Colon- San Felix on Highway San Cristobal– La Fria is progressing very rapidly. The inhabitants of the towns close to the Viaducto La Colorada, which will link the two towns in the north of the border entity will deeply appreciate on-site collection of structural elements (beams) to be used in the construction process of the stack under construction, according to the information provided by Saith Franceschin, leader of the Institute of Roads in Tachira state (IVT).
According to Franceschin, there were recent inspections in the north region, the team evaluated the progress of the work in progress on the Highway, and could appreciate the progress regarding the repair of the geological fault in the section of San Pedro del Rio, as well as the consolidation of 7 kilometers of new road between Colon and San Felix, asphalting between San Felix – La Fria, and between Lobatera – Colon; all works in the hands of the Foundation Pro-Patria of the National Government.
He also said that the social impact of the works will provide a better quality of life to all citizens in the city of Tachira, as they will be able to count on a highway in the best conditions, causing a significant decrease in time during the trip for all users. This also includes the promotion and improvement of the economic activity throughout the region and ensures greater road safety aspect.
In this sense, Construcciones Yamaro in the construction sector has been commissioned to send a message to the Venezuelan population: the environment is a key element for the start of every work, whatever its magnitude. Any material used, machinery to be transported, and even waste, must be handled properly to avoid pollution and destruction and possible diseases to the inhabitants of the near areas.
Construcciones Yamaro is a company always committed to be prepared and trained according to the current construction techniques. As road constructions are one of its strengths, it is almost mandatory for the company to be informed about each one of the steps for building tunnels. And it is about the conventional construction of tunnels or also known as conventional tunneling, that this post is thought to.
Conventional excavation can be defined as the construction of underground cavities arbitrarily, by using a cyclic process that includes the following steps:
Excavation: using drilling methods or demolition, which can be explosive or very basic mechanical diggers.
Removing the debris.
Placing the primary elements of coating, these include:
As mentioned, the conventional excavation is performed according to a cyclical execution process, which is the repetition of a series of steps and then a primer coating is applied. The technique for excavation and coating used will depend on the conditions and soil behavior, therefore, an experienced team of diggers operators held every construction cycle using the appropriate machinery.
The conventional tunneling method allows access to the front of the tunnel excavation almost anytime; in addition to that, it ends up quite flexible in situations or places that require a change in the structural analysis or design and, therefore, also require changes in the media coating.
This method provides a very flexible process that allows making the following changes during construction:
Increasing or decreasing support.
Varying time between excavation and coating application.
Introducing a primary closure ring.
Varying the explosive charge as required.
Increasing or decreasing the length of each segment of the excavation.
Segmenting the excavation face depending on the geological features present.
Treating the floor according to the geological characteristics.
TheFlorida Department of Transportation (FDOT) manages and oversees dozens of state road and bridge construction projects on the state highway system within Miami-Dade and Monroe counties. These projects range from minor intersection upgrades that will enhance traffic flow, to major multi-million dollar programs such as the State Road (SR) 826/ Palmetto Expressway Expansion Program and the MiamiIntermodalCenter (MIC), which offer significant benefits to the movement of people and goods in their district.
Some of the Current Projects:
Julia Tuttle Causeway Bridge
The FDOT has begun a bridge rehabilitation project on the I-195/Julia Tuttle Causeway bridge over the Intracoastal Waterway in Miami-Dade County. The activities to be performed are:
Capacity improvements include the reconstruction and widening along both SR 826 and SR 836, the construction of a four-level interchange as well as the reconstruction/modifications of the Flagler Street/ SR 826 and the Milam Dairy Road/NW 72 Avenue/SR 836 interchanges.
The Florida Department of Transportation is extending I-95 Express from the Golden Glades Interchange in Miami-Dade County to just south of Broward Boulevard in Broward County. The work that is being performed is:
Converting the High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes to two express lanes in each direction
Installing Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) components
Installing tolling equipment
Widening bridges at Snake Creek Canal, Hallandale Beach Boulevard, Pembroke Road, Hollywood Boulevard and Stirling Road
Installing noise walls at various locations between Hollywood Boulevard and Taft Street
Palmetto Express Lanes
The FDOT District Six and FDOT District Four are working together to implement express lanes along 28 miles of the SR 826/Palmetto Expressway and I-75 corridors from just south of SR 836/Dolphin Expressway in Miami-Dade County to I-595 in Broward County.
The FDOT has begun a roadway project on southbound and northbound State Road (SR) 9A/I-95 from NW 79 Street to NW 103 Street and from NW 151 Street to the Golden Glades Interchange in Miami-Dade County. The work to be performed is:
Repairing concrete slabs along northbound and southbound SR 9A/I-95 from NW 79 Street to NW 103 Street, and from the Biscayne River Canal to the Golden Glades Interchange
Repaving the ramps from NW 79 Street to NW 103 Street, Biscayne River Canal to Golden Glades Interchange and from Biscayne River Canal to NW 125 Street
Installing new pavement markings
Replacing existing plastic poles that separate the 95 Express lanes from the local traffic lanes along northbound and southbound SR 9A/I-95 from NW 79 Street to NW 103 Street and from the Biscayne River Canal to the Golden Glades Interchange
Another Roadway Project
The FDOT has begun a roadway project on southbound State Road (SR) 9A/I-95 from NW 125 Street to NW 103 Street and northbound SR 9A/I-95 from NW 103 Street to NW 151 Street in Miami-Dade County. The work that is being done is:
Repairing concrete slabs along southbound SR 9A/I-95 from NW 125 Street to NW 103 Street and northbound SR 9A/I-95 from NW 103 Street to NW 151 Street.
Repaving on/off ramps along southbound SR 9A/I-95 from NW 125 Street to NW 103 Street and northbound SR 9A/I-95 from NW 103 Street to NW 151 Street.