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Video: Neil Goldberg, CEO of Allied Bolt & Screw Discusses his Career and How the Industry has Changed
Neil was introduced to the fastener business by his Dad at the age of 8 and discusses the unique things over the years that have changed in the industry.
Allied Bolt & Screw has over 15,000 products and carriage/hex bolts that are used in many different industries are Neils focus in this video.
Allied Bolt and Screw stocks one of the largest lines of Grade 8 Hex Bolts, Carriage Bolts, Plow Bolts, Hex Nuts, Nylon Insert Lock Nuts, All Steel Cone Locknuts, Lock Washers and Flat Washers (USS and SAE) in both Regular and Extra Heavy Thickness.
FASTAP TECH 7 Stainless Steel Self-Drilling Carpentry Screws, manufactured from 18-8 stainless steel, have the patented Power Point self-drilling point design, a coarse thread, longer unthreaded shanks for tighter draw down, and a unique larger self-countersinking square drive flat head with large nibs.
High-Speed Steel Drill Bit & Carbon Steel Tap Sets that provide good wear resistance in general purpose holemaking applications in a range of materials, including ferrous and non-ferrous metals.
From the constantly evolving Seaport District to new hotels in the city’s skyline, it seems like there are major developments popping up everywhere we look.
Boston Construction News: Boston tops San Francisco Bay Area to lead U.S. life-sciences lab construction
Boston, with more lab space under construction than anywhere else in the U.S., is poised to surpass the San Francisco Bay Area as the country’s biggest hub for life sciences.
Construction News: Construction In An Ever-Changing Workplace: Adapting (Again) To Meet New Challenges
COVID-19 has caused mass disruption to the construction industry—and things are only getting more complicated. Between the rapid spread of Omicron, the threat of future variants, and the potential for a “flurona twindemic,” the virus’ impact will be felt on job sites for a long time to come.
Massachusetts Construction News: MassDevelopment Issues $53.6M Bond Financing for Construction of Boston Affordable Housing Complex
BOSTON — MassDevelopment has issued $53.6 million in tax-exempt bond financing to Washington Pine LLC for the construction of a five-story, 202-unit complex in Boston.
Massachusetts Construction News: Construction industry group calls on Massachusetts Legislature to invest in bridges, despite $3 billion investment from federal government
After a harrowing close call in Somerville last week, the Construction Industries of Massachusetts is calling on lawmakers to shore up funds for the state’s failing infrastructure.