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Cornerstone Commissioning: More Than Just A Business

On Episode 79 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with business owner Dan Frasier, about entrepreneurship & how his company, Cornerstone Commissioning Inc., is more than just a business!

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Building Control Systems: Continuous Commissioning

On Episode 78 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with Dan Frasier, co-founder of Cornerstone Commissioning Inc., about building control systems and continuous commissioning.

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What is Construction Commissioning? With Dan Frasier

On Episode 77 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with Dan Frasier, co-founder of Cornerstone Commissioning Inc., about construction commissioning.

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Architecture & Technology: Then & Now

Today on the Edge of Innovation, we are talking with Benjamin Nutter from Benjamin Nutter Architects, an architectural firm based in Topsfield, Massachusetts, about technology and how it’s changing the architectural field.

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These Are the Screws You Should Be Using

Devon Jarvis April 25, 2014 9:00 AM Text Size: A . A . A Last weekend I was installing some 2 x 4 blocking for a bathroom cabinet, and I really struggled to drive the screws into the lumber. In fact, whenever I use drywall screws to build stuff, they break or strip. Any suggestions? I’ve tried nailing, but there’s not enough room to swing a hammer. Enough, already! Let’s just stop using drywall screws for construction. We’ve all done it. Yes, they’re cheap. Yes, we always seem to have a box or two of them handy. But they’re not multipurpose screws; they’re good for one thing, and that’s hanging drywall. They almost always snap when overtorqued or driven into hard, dry lumber. (Fact: They’re engineered to be brittle, which suits the drive-and…

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These Are the Screws You Should Be Using

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