Cantsink’s Helical Piles Provide Extensive New Construction Support for Pooler IMAX Theater

One of the most important details of a new construction project is making sure the project is built on a stable surface. While factors such as weather, climate and soil stability come into play, Cantsink provides the best contractor support and helical pile/pier options for every phase of the project. Helical pile foundation systems are a cost-effective solution that ensures soil stability and can be installed in just about any project of any scale.

Soft fill and a coastal climate provided challenges for the engineering team leading the expansion of the IMAX Theater in Pooler, Ga. Cantsink used helical piles to provide stability in increasingly wet conditions. While some column loads exceeded 800,000 pounds and significant lateral capacities came into play, Cantsink met the challenge, using multiple helical piles to solve this challenge and provide continuous support in the wet climate and sandy soil of this coastal location.

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As in the case of the Pooler IMAX Theater, Cantsink is able to read conditions specific to any job site and customize the best helical pile program for every project. With 30 years of new construction support experience, Cantsink helical piers assure structural stability for the life of the building – even through standing water.

Features of Cantsink Helical Piles:

  • 100% Steel: Unique, patented helical design that is 50 percent stronger than other helix designs.
  • Net-zero Energy: The Cantsink headquarters and manufacturing facility are both net-zero energy operations.
  • Fast and easy to install: With typical skid steer or excavator equipment.
  • No ground vibrations: Resulting in no disturbance of the subsurface.
  • American Made: Manufactured in Cantsink’s Metro Atlanta facility.
  • Patented, ICC-certified Products

Contact the Cantsink team today to hear how its patented helical piles can provide long-term stability and support for your new construction project. (https://www.cantsink.com/contact-us/)

ICC-ES Approved Helical Pile Product: What does it mean?

There are several construction products, such as helical piles and piers, that are advertised as ICC-ES approved products. What does that mean to the end user?

In this article, we will briefly describe ICC-ES, the process used to obtain an ESR report, and the purpose of it. ICC-ES, a subsidiary of ICC (International Code Council), is a nonprofit independent company accredited by the American National Standards Institute and by the Standards Council of Canada under ISO/IEC Guide 17065 (Conformity assessment – requirements for bodies certifying products, processes, and services). ICC-ES provides technical evaluations of construction products, components, methods, and materials, according to acceptance criteria that are based on code requirements and international standards (https://www.iccsafe.org/products-and-services/codes-standards/). ICC-ES is the most recognized evaluation agency in North America.

For the evaluation of our helical pile and pier products, ICC-ES uses AC358 (acceptance criteria for helical pile systems and devices) issued in 2007. Per AC358, there are four requirements to obtain an ESR: submittal of helical pile product test results, calculations per code requirements, quality documentations, and follow-up inspections. The required testing, both lab and field, must be conducted by a testing lab accredited per the international standard (ISO 17025). Product design capacities and strength calculations must be determined according to the applicable codes. The helical pile and pier manufacturer seeking an ICC-ES report, must have a quality manual in place (approved by ICC-ES), and it must be effectively implemented throughout the production process – from incoming material to the final product – before it is shipped to the end user. The inspection of the manufacturer’s plant is conducted twice per year by an agency that must be accredited per the international standard (ISO 17020). Once all the requirements are submitted and the product for the evaluation is found to be compliant with code requirements, ICC-ES will publish a report to that effect and make the report available to the public. An ICC-ES evaluation report provides evidence that a construction product complies with the applicable codes, and therefore helps agencies that enforce building regulations, and the building industry in general.

Cantsink helical pile and pier products were tested by an independent testing laboratory (CTL | Thompson, certificate TL-342) that is accredited by IAS (International Accreditation Service), evaluated by an independent evaluation services agency known for its impartiality and technical expertise (ICC-ES), and is being inspected twice a year by an inspection agency accredited by IAS (AA-735). An accreditation and inspection agency’s stamp of approval means you can be confident that Cantsink’s products meet the most stringent of standards. Additionally, these accreditation bodies, such as IAS, are signatories of what is called Mutual Recognition Arrangement (MRA) under the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC). This arrangement is designed to support international trade by promoting international confidence and acceptance of accredited laboratory test data, as well as eliminate technical barriers to global trade, such as the retesting of a product each time it enters a new economy. Cantsink’s helical pile product is ICC-ES approved with ESR-1559. (http://2makvy1ffffc45t31i1e15sp-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/ESR-1559_December_2021-1.pdf). As described above, this Cantsink product was tested, evaluated, and inspected in accordance with the highest standards. It is reliable, cost-effective, and can be used globally.

Finally, when reading an ESR for a helical pile or pier product, one must pay specific attention to the reported soil pile capacity in tension and compression. Per AC358, this soil capacity is limited by the least one obtained from capacity-torque correlation and axial verification tests, which are used to determine the soil capacity of a pile installed to the maximum rated torque of the product.

Cantsink helical piles and piers are manufactured in Metro Atlanta using the company’s patented design and 100 percent recycled U.S. steel. Additionally, Cantsink has a net-zero energy manufacturing facility using solar energy to power its operation.

To learn more about helical piles, sign up for Cantsink’s free webinars and receive continuing education credits through NCSEA and AIA.

Additional Resources:

ICC: International Code Council (https://www.iccsafe.org/)
ICC-ES: ICC Evaluation Service, LLC (https://icc-es.org/)
NCSEA: National Council of Structural Engineers Association (http://www.ncsea.com/)
AIA: The American Institution of Architects (https://www.aia.org/)

Record Gulf Coast Storm Season Needs Unsurpassed Stability Solutions From Cantsink

The U.S. Gulf Coast was pounded repeatedly by rain, wind and storm surges in 2020’s record storm season, inflicting billions of dollars in structural damage on coastal, as well as inland, communities.

Even before those destructive forces raked communities from Texas to Florida, rising structural losses and storm threats prompted a new focus on a more resilient built environment. Places like Houston, TX, and Tampa, FL, pushed for new flood zone designations and changed building codes designed to minimize damage from flooding and saturated soil.

Cantsink has stepped up to this unique challenge with cost-effective solutions and a range of products tested and certified for top performance in most soils and challenging conditions, which meets these new requirements. With a line of patented helical piles for stability, Cantsink can provide foundation support in soft soils and wet conditions with easier installation and less site disruption than other support and elevation methods, such as driven timbers. The slender shafts and unique anchor designs of helical piles are less prone to heaving in soils that expand and contract through changing weather patterns and less prone to damage in extreme conditions.

With both compressive (weight) and tensile (pull) load capacity, Cantsink helical piles provide foundation stability in storm-prone regions like the U.S. Gulf Coast while being cost-effective. Cantsink also offers helical micropiles, which interact with grout added to the insertion. As the shaft advances into the ground, the grouted column formed adds greater compressive and tensile load bearing capacity. This technique can double the capacity of the pile, a useful tool in soft soils like those found in coastal regions.

Battering with helical piles also produces reliable foundation stability. By installing the helical piles at specified angles, the result offers immovable stability, like a tripod supports heavy equipment.

Best of all, helical pile installation is faster and less disruptive than traditional construction support methods common to coastal regions, such as driven timbers or augured concrete piles. Helical piles can be installed with smaller equipment and are self-verifying during the installation process. There is no time lost to testing or curing. Also, unlike other methods, helical pile installation produces less site waste requiring disposal and less vibration to nearby structures. They can be installed in densely built locations because they require no heavy machinery and meet the code requirements coastal communities have adopted.

Cantsink helical piles are not just a great way to establish lasting stability for new construction support. They are ideal for remedial support and increasing elevation of existing homes or commercial buildings damaged by storms and flooding. Because of their versatility and certification for performance under standards established by the International Code Council (ICC), Cantsink products were approved for remediation after Hurricane Sandy in 2012.

Cantsink’s experienced professionals can work with installers and builders to design unyielding support in difficult conditions. The company’s products are made from 100 percent recycled U.S. steel in its Metro Atlanta manufacturing facility, a net-zero-energy operation powered with on-site solar facilities.

To learn more about the benefits, applications, and performance of Cantsink helical piles for stability, sign up for one of the company’s webinars and receive continuing education credits from AIA and NCSEA. Companies interested in becoming a certified Cantsink installer can sign up for free, hands-on training at the Metro Atlanta headquarters.

Contact Cantsink to find out how its products can provide proven, cost-effective stability for Gulf Coast conditions in even the most challenging conditions.

Get Professional Continuing Ed Credits for Learning More About Helical Piers

Learning about the advantages and versatile applications for Cantsink helical piles can provide continuing education credits before the end of the year.

For building professionals such as architects and engineers, Cantsink offers three webinars on helical piles installation and design that provide continuing education credits through AIA and NCSEA. It’s not just an easy way to get continuing education credits. Cantsink can demonstrate the many benefits of cost-effective helical piles and the wide variety of applications for structural support.

The basic course, Helical Piles: Overview, Design Theory, Installation and Application (NCSEA Course No. 190931A), offers an introduction to how helical piles work and their wide variety of applications from temporary shoring to permanent structural stability. Delivered by a qualified engineer, this course will include information on the benefits of these products and case studies demonstrating their effectiveness.

Helical Pile Design, Part I (NCSEA Course No.191131B), delves further into the applications and best practices that make helical piles so versatile and cost-effective. The third course, Design of Helical Piles: Special Topics (NCSEA Course No. 200631A), provides even deeper insight. Details include why these products are especially effective and applicable in waterside areas, where flood zone designations and building codes are changing in response to wetter weather patterns.

Nobody understands the versatile uses and cost-effective benefits of helical pile installations better than Cantsink professionals. Cantsink has been providing the construction industry with stability products for more than 30 years. Over those decades, some of the biggest and most respected names in the construction industry have relied on Cantsink for top-quality products and unsurpassed customer service.

These experts have successfully grappled with soils, weather conditions, and challenges of every sort in evolving their helical pile products into a range of applications. Tested and certified to the highest performance standards, Cantsink products and the experts who provide them can help building professionals establish lasting, cost-effective stability in the built environment.

Cantsink also provides free installer training at its company headquarters in Metro Atlanta. With hands-on instruction and ongoing support, Cantsink offers its certified installers opportunities to join its growing network of trusted stability professionals.

Contact Cantsink today to sign up for webinars or training and find out why our products are rapidly becoming the go-to solution for lasting structural stability.

Cantsink Helical Anchors: For Reliable, Cost-Effective Temporary Shoring

Temporary shoring provides earth retention support to protect construction sites from collapsed excavation or destabilization of surroundings during the process of a project.

The additional support is installed prior to or during excavation using the well-known top-down construction techniques, and is removed once the construction is complete. It is used for temporary support of trench faces, slopes or excavations to prevent soil movements and prevent soil caving. In many construction sites, the soil excavations required are constrained by limited space (site’s property lines and surrounding buildings), requiring a vertical excavation cut within the construction boundaries and a temporary support, providing protection to safely accomplish the site excavation and improve the development of the construction site.

In deep excavations, anchors are very popular and usually installed to provide additional lateral support for soldier piling and lagging (wood boards) as well as other driven steel sheet temporary retaining walls. Anchored shoring, as the name suggests, provides resistance by driving steel supports deep into the shoring wall. The number of anchors needed depends on the soil type, anchor specification, and the soil loading on the adjacent properties.

The most common types of anchors are concrete mixed grouted steel tendons and helical anchors. As described below, Cantsink helical anchors are more cost- effective and more beneficial than grouted anchors.

Cantsink helical tieback anchors are easily and quickly installed into retained soil using readily available construction equipment and less labor. This method requires no excavation or spoils and no need for dewatering. Cantsink anchors can be a great support for temporary shoring, can be installed in any weather, and can maximize flexibility with changing soil conditions (can be adjusted in the field to meet specified load resistance requirements). They can be removed and reused.

During installation, the measured torque is used to estimate the anchor’s capacity, using the well-known capacity-torque correlation. This quality control measure will ensureinsure more successful load tests on- site, saving time and money. Once the installation is complete, Cantsink anchors can be tensioned immediately and tested without waiting for grout cure or grout equipment. By eliminating cure times and additional equipment cost associated with concrete mix grouted tendons, Cantsink helical anchors save significantsignficant project time and cost compared to grouting anchors.

Finally, Cantsink helical anchors are ICC-ES approved products, which means that they are tested and certified for performance to the highest industry standards. The ICC is an independent, member-focused association dedicated to developing model codes and standards.

Cantsink helical piles are manufactured in Metro Atlanta using the company’s patented design using 100 percent recycled U.S. steel. Cantsink’s manufacturing facility is a net-zero-energy operation using solar energy to power its operation. Cantsink helical piles are certified to provide the needed support for a wide variety of construction applications.

To learn more about helical piles, sign up for Cantsink’s free webinars and receive continuing education credits through NCSEA and AIA. Find out what effective, economical Cantsink helical piles can do to provide lasting stability in expansive soil.

From its commitment as an “early adopter” of solar for its net-zero-energy manufacturing facility in 2010, Cantsink has grown with the solar market.

Cantsink built a versatile line of stability products and services essential to successful utility-scale solar projects drawing on its own good experience with solar. These Cantsink offerings have evolved with the expanding solar market for the past decade. Solar developers and installers nationwide can employ Cantsink’s expertise with solar supplies and services for reliable construction groundwork.

The company offers support services such as pull testing, analysis, and engineering to assist with site preparation. Once specifications for the site are established, Cantsink can supply top quality beams and other products, ensuring long-term stability for all types of racking and panel design.

Cantsink is the stability expert, having focused exclusively on structural stability since its inception more than 30 years ago. The company has been on Solar Power World’s list of Top Solar Contractors since 2013, rising steadily through the rankings over the years.

Cantsink offers beams, testing, and engineered analysis of tests to be sure each project uses the correct size beam for long-term performance.

Cantsink has provided equipment and services to many satisfied clients in the solar industry. One project manager, Doug Merrill, who worked with Cantsink on a North Carolina project, praised Cantsink’s high-quality service and value.

“In all email exchanges, conference call interfaces, and face-to-face experience with Cantsink, [it] has been the best I have been a part of in my 30 years of field construction,” Merrill said. “Cantsink is fast, responsive, and 30 percent cheaper than any other solution we explored. A total win/win.”

With time-tested knowledge, experience, equipment, and crews, Cantsink proudly serves the utility-scale solar market. A decade of hands-on performance makes Cantsink products and services the reliable choice for successful solar project operation.

Cantsink’s quality testing and analysis can help to ensure the right beams are being used for the specific soils on each site.

Contact Cantsink today to learn more about the company’s products and services for utility-scale solar.

Keeping Pools Level and Safe with Cantsink Helical Piles

With winter coming on, now is the best time for planning 2021 summer fun, including pool support with Cantsink helical piles.

The weight of concrete and water in soft soils can create problems without support underneath to prevent sinking and cracking. That’s why pool design should begin with proper soil testing and permanent support for years of use and beauty. Uneven surfaces in and around pools are unsightly and potentially hazardous.

Building a secure and stable pool area starts with support from deep underground to keep the structure from sinking or shifting in extremely cold or wet seasonal weather. This will provide a stable pool and surroundings through years of summer storms and icy winters.

Unyielding support is necessary especially in soil that is porous. Porous soil allows water to infiltrate, undermining support below the pool structure, and making it prone to expand when it freezes, lifting and shifting everything above.

Our products at Cantsink provide a fast, cost-effective solution for pools in areas with soft soil or locations near bodies of water, such as lakes, streams, or the ocean. Starting with support from Cantsink helical piles assures a result that will provide years of worry-free enjoyment during warm weather.

Patented design makes Cantsink helical piles the right choice for pools, patios, and decks with lasting beauty. Cantsink products are tested and certified to the highest standards of performance established by the International Code Council, an independent, member-focused association for building products’ quality.

With their self-verifying installation, our products are easy to put in correctly and help keep construction on schedule. Plus, Cantsink helical piles can be installed in tight locations with minimal disruption to surroundings. Cantsink’s long reputation for reliability and customer service has made the company a trusted resource for designers and builders throughout Georgia and beyond.

Best of all, our products are sustainable, manufactured from 100 percent recycled U.S. steel in Cantsink’s net-zero-energy facility powered with solar. Cantsink’s manufacturing facility in Metro Atlanta uses a patented design that produces less waste and provides strong, reliable support.

Not only are Cantsink helical piles the right start for construction, but they also can be used to provide foundation support for pools, patios, and decks that are sinking in soft soils. Now is the best time to check pools for signs of instability, so they can be repaired before warm weather returns.

Installers in need of helical piles can rely on Cantsink for fast turn-around on orders and unsurpassed results for their projects.

Contact Cantsink for more details on how beautiful pools start with helical pile support. And to learn more about the many versatile uses for our products, sign up for Cantsink’s free webinars. These webinars include continuing education credits from AIA and NCSEA for architects, engineers, helical installers, and other construction professionals.

Get a jump on summer fun with Cantsink.

From its commitment as an “early adopter” of solar for its net-zero-energy manufacturing facility in 2010, Cantsink has grown with the solar market.

Cantsink built a versatile line of stability products and services essential to successful utility-scale solar projects drawing on its own good experience with solar. These Cantsink offerings have evolved with the expanding solar market for the past decade. Solar developers and installers nationwide can employ Cantsink’s expertise with solar supplies and services for reliable construction groundwork.

The company offers support services such as pull testing, analysis, and engineering to assist with site preparation. Once specifications for the site are established, Cantsink can supply top quality beams and other products, ensuring long-term stability for all types of racking and panel design.

Cantsink is the stability expert, having focused exclusively on structural stability since its inception more than 30 years ago. The company has been on Solar Power World’s list of Top Solar Contractors since 2013, rising steadily through the rankings over the years.

Cantsink offers beams, testing, and engineered analysis of tests to be sure each project uses the correct size beam for long-term performance.

Cantsink has provided equipment and services to many satisfied clients in the solar industry. One project manager, Doug Merrill, who worked with Cantsink on a North Carolina project, praised Cantsink’s high-quality service and value.

“In all email exchanges, conference call interfaces, and face-to-face experience with Cantsink, [it] has been the best I have been a part of in my 30 years of field construction,” Merrill said. “Cantsink is fast, responsive, and 30 percent cheaper than any other solution we explored. A total win/win.”

With time-tested knowledge, experience, equipment, and crews, Cantsink proudly serves the utility-scale solar market. A decade of hands-on performance makes Cantsink products and services the reliable choice for successful solar project operation.

Cantsink’s quality testing and analysis can help to ensure the right beams are being used for the specific soils on each site.

Contact Cantsink today to learn more about the company’s products and services for utility-scale solar.

From Pull Testing to Beam Supply, Cantsink Offers Experience and Cost-Effective Stability for Utility-Scale Solar Projects

From its commitment as an “early adopter” of solar for its net-zero-energy manufacturing facility in 2010, Cantsink has grown with the solar market.

Cantsink built a versatile line of stability products and services essential to successful utility-scale solar projects drawing on its own good experience with solar. These Cantsink offerings have evolved with the expanding solar market for the past decade. Solar developers and installers nationwide can employ Cantsink’s expertise with solar supplies and services for reliable construction groundwork.

The company offers support services such as pull testing, analysis, and engineering to assist with site preparation. Once specifications for the site are established, Cantsink can supply top quality beams and other products, ensuring long-term stability for all types of racking and panel design.

Cantsink is the stability expert, having focused exclusively on structural stability since its inception more than 30 years ago. The company has been on Solar Power World’s list of Top Solar Contractors since 2013, rising steadily through the rankings over the years.

Cantsink offers beams, testing, and engineered analysis of tests to be sure each project uses the correct size beam for long-term performance.

Cantsink has provided equipment and services to many satisfied clients in the solar industry. One project manager, Doug Merrill, who worked with Cantsink on a North Carolina project, praised Cantsink’s high-quality service and value.

“In all email exchanges, conference call interfaces, and face-to-face experience with Cantsink, [it] has been the best I have been a part of in my 30 years of field construction,” Merrill said. “Cantsink is fast, responsive, and 30 percent cheaper than any other solution we explored. A total win/win.”

With time-tested knowledge, experience, equipment, and crews, Cantsink proudly serves the utility-scale solar market. A decade of hands-on performance makes Cantsink products and services the reliable choice for successful solar project operation.

Cantsink’s quality testing and analysis can help to ensure the right beams are being used for the specific soils on each site.

Contact Cantsink today to learn more about the company’s products and services for utility-scale solar.

Cantsink Helical Piers are Ideal for Remediation of Stability Issues in Existing Structures

The 2020 storm season is already setting records, and communities all over the U.S. are facing structural recovery from storm damage.

Cantsink helical piers and piles have long been applied to restoring stability to buildings and other structures disrupted by flooding and storm-water runoff. In the wake of Hurricane Sandy in 2012, Cantsink was among the approved solutions to help Northeastern communities recover from its devastation.

More recently, Cantsink’s certified products have been deployed in numerous coastal communities to increase elevation and foundation stability for structures newly at risk for flood damage.

In coastal North Carolina, for example, the historic Davis Free Will Baptist Church hired Progressive Construction, a Cantsink-certified installer, to elevate its sanctuary and adjacent facilities after they were repeatedly damaged by flooding. Not only did the crew use Cantsink products to lift and stabilize some 300,000 pounds of footings for the project, but the work was also completed during rainy weather with a water table just four inches below ground.

At completion, the structure was elevated by three feet, preserving it as a local landmark for future generations to enjoy.

Similarly, Cantsink products elevated the sinking area of a commercial gym in North Georgia damaged by a nearby stream diversion culvert that collapsed after heavy rains. Despite rainy conditions, work proceeded quickly and the gym was allowed to reopen, averting prolonged revenue losses.

Manufactured from 100 percent recycled U.S. steel, Cantsink helical piers and piles are made in the company’s net-zero-energy Metro Atlanta facility from a patented design that produces less waste. Cantsink products also are tested and certified for performance in accordance with standards established by the International Code Council, an independent, member-focused association that developed performance standards for building products.

Cantsink welcomes building professionals who want to join its national network of certified installers. All installers receive free, hands-on training at Cantsink headquarters and ongoing support from company experts.

Company engineers also work with project architects and engineers. Company professionals can offer tips on the most effective strategy for permanent stabilization using its patented helical piers, piles. and other products. Cantsink’s extensive product inventory offers an effective solution for nearly any type of soil or weather conditions.

The company also provides a fast turnaround on orders.

To learn more about the benefits and versatile applications of helical piers and piles for permanent structural stability, sign up for Cantsink’s accredited webinars. Building professionals can receive AIA and NCSEA continuing education credits for participating. Individual companies can schedule special “Lunch and Learn” presentations for their employees.

Call Cantsink today to find out more about how both new and remedial projects can benefit from its cost-effective helical piers and piles.

Helical Piers Provide Cost-Effective Stability in Rainy Conditions

This year, 2020, has been one of the wettest on record in many parts of the U.S., presenting a challenge for architects, engineers, and builders.

These professionals already know how disruptive wet weather and poor soils can be for structural stability. The recent relentless rain has created other challenges, too, such as future settlement issues, unless properly addressed and reinforced from the beginning.

Cantsink, a manufacturer of steel helical piers and piles, can provide an easy and elegant method for creating permanent stability without delays, even in rainy weather. Tested and certified to meet the highest standards for pier performance, Cantsink’s products will stand the test of time.

Manufactured from 100 percent recycled U.S. steel, Cantsink has a range of products for all types of applications, soils, and weather conditions. Cantsink helical piers and piles are fabricated in the company’s net-zero-energy facility in Metro Atlanta. Company engineers are available to consult with project engineers to offer support in selecting the right product and most effective design.

Our products can provide permanent support for homes, commercial buildings, utility poles, equipment pads, decks, porches, and other structural assets. They also can provide support and reinforcement for retaining walls and temporary shoring needs.

The International Code Council, an independent, member-focused association that developed performance standards for building products, has a code for helical piers and piles. Cantsink products have been tested and certified to meet these standards. In addition, Cantsink products offer even more unique advantages over other stability methods.

Cantsink’s helical piers and piles are manufactured with the company’s patented helix, a process that creates stronger support than other products on the market and produces less waste during fabrication.

Certified Cantsink installers are available in locations throughout the country. All installers receive hands-on training and support from Cantsink’s headquarters, ensuring that the permanent stability of Cantsink helical piers and piles gets expert attention on every site.

The Cantsink website also offers accredited webinars with detailed information on how these piles work, effective applications across a range of structures, and case studies demonstrating the effectiveness of pile support. Webinar participants can receive continuing education credits from AIA and NCSEA. For more information or to schedule a webinar, contact Cantsink.

Forecast models indicate that wet weather and flooding will be more common in the decades ahead. Building with structural stability to withstand these conditions is the smart choice.

Contact our construction engineering experts at Cantsink today to learn more about the best way to build for the future.

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Cantsink Hosts Informational Site Visit from U.S. Congressman Jody Hice

U.S. Representative Jody Hice (R-10) honored Cantsink in April with a site visit to learn more about the company, its products and its role in the growing energy market.

  He met with us at our net-zero-energy manufacturing facility in Metro Atlanta. Cantsink President Patrick Hutchinson and Safety Director/Project Manager Sharon Lee spoke with Congressman Hice about renewable energy growth and the Rural Utilities Service (RUS) operated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Cantsink has been a leader in providing effective products to serve evolving renewable energy technology, as well as products that support effective power grid operation.

  Read about it here in Congressman Hice’s newsletter:

https://hice.house.gov/news/email/show.aspx

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