Dublin Building Systems is proud to show off our time-lapse video from an expansion project for United Methodist Church in Reynoldsburg, Ohio. The camera was able to catch the entire process from start to finish. Be sure to check it out! 


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2018 is anticipated to be even stronger than the robust 2017 we had. Here are some of the top trends to watch for this year.


Resiliency takes center stage

After last year’s onslaught of hurricanes, heat waves, cold waves, flooding, tornadoes and wildfires resiliency is set to be one of…

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Winter is here, and it is cold. While winter weather can be an excuse to wrap up warm and stay indoors, it can create long term maintenance headaches on your building’s conditions. To ensure the readiness of your building this winter, there are a few tasks that you should carry out this time…

Read more: How to Winter Proof Your Commercial Building

Winter is a dangerous time for construction workers, with black ice on walkways, gusting winds, sub-zero temperatures, rooftop snow drifts and other hazards. Managers know this, which is why they prefer building projects in the warmer months. But this isn’t always possible, anyone can be…

Read more: Winter Weather Safety Checklist for Commercial Building Contractors

Studies show that 43% of employees don’t believe their workplace promotes productivity. Organizations can support their employees better by offering an office environment that works. There are five key areas that organizations can focus on to improve their environments.



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More and more associates are turning to standing desks for many health benefits. Standing desks can improve comfort and reduce pain for employees. Standing desks has changed how many people approach daily work. Due to alarming research that shows the effect that long-term sitting can have on…

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Article from Construction Dive 

  • Engineering firm Arup has suggested turning organic waste into construction materials to effectively use resources and help develop a circular economy, according to Fast Company. The circular economy aims to recycle as much as possible while…

Read more: Could organic waste be used for construction materials?

Whether you are building new or looking to remodel, choosing the new style and look for your office can be tricky and frustrating. When designing it, keep in mind the aesthetic, mood, and purpose of your office space. Having a space that fits both your employees and clients is important in business…

Read more: Office Space: Stylish Yet Functional

Check out these amazing photos from the Distribution Center for Damewood Enterprises and Navistar in Urbana, Ohio!


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When it comes to commercial building there are two very important things that a building must be, reliable and durable. One of the ways that a building can be deemed durable is by using what is called pre-engineered steel.

At first glance pre-engineered steel buildings may seem like…

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The United States has been devastated by hurricanes over the past few weeks. Florida and Texas were hit by two of the most catastrophic hurricanes recorded in history. Even though Ohio does not usually get hit by many natural disasters, it is important to be prepared and know what to do in case of…

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In order to better control the amount of energy that buildings and homes are using, many people have turned to LED lighting. This type of lighting is both better for the environment and can save you money on your utility bills, a win win for everyone! In the following post we will take a look at…

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