Thom Kramer Named Safety Professional of the Year

During last week’s Safety 2015 event—the annual conference of the American Society of Safety Engineers—Thom Kramer was named the Safety Professional of the Year. This award is given annually to recognize a safety professional who has demonstrated outstanding achievement in the safety field while making significant contributions to advancing the safety profession. Kramer is an […]

LJB Structural Engineer Receives Outstanding Paper Award

LJB structural engineer, Jim Lintz, and Elias Toubia, an assistant civil engineering professor at the University of Dayton, received an outstanding paper award last month at The Masonry Society’s North American Masonry Conference in Denver. The paper, titled “In-Plane Loading of Brick Veneer over Wood Shear Walls,” was the result of a research project completed […]

LJB Named Best Places to Work Winner

Each year the Dayton Business Journal accepts nominations for the Best Places to Work awards for the Dayton metro area. This year, LJB was named as the Best Places to Work winner in the large company category—a title we are extremely proud to have. Company initiatives that contributed to the title include the company’s 20 […]

Award-winning projects tout tilt-up versatility

With more than 1,500 tilt-up buildings in our history, it may seem hard to believe that each could be unique. But, just as no two snowflakes are the same, every building has its own story to tell. While each project is indeed special, many have received acclaim from the construction industry and have been lifted […]

Tilt-Up Innovation Showcased in CON/STEEL Building of the Year Competition

Tilt-up construction has been used throughout the United States for nearly a century, but every year contractors push the envelope of what can be built with tilt-up. The 2013 CON/STEEL Building of the Year competition showcases tilt-up innovation, marketplace diversity and architectural versatility. Two winners were selected from this year’s finalists: Architectural Achievement – Grenville […]

Vote Today for This Year’s Best Tilt-Up Buildings

This year, the Tilt-Up Concrete Association (TCA) wants you to vote for the projects you think are most deserving of a Tilt-Up Achievement Award. To vote, go to TCA’s Facebook page and Like the photo or photos of the projects you think should win. If you need help deciding which projects to vote for, may […]