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  • Building a Boardwalk for Your Park

    When you need to build a boardwalk, there are many construction considerations to take into account that aren’t typical for a land-based project. Because the logistics of building upon wetlands are so much different than on dry land, it’s worth learning about what goes into a safe and functional boardwalk. It’s important to leave as […]

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  • Supporting Telecom Structures with Foundation Solutions from AB Chance

    When we turn on a light, seldom do we pause to consider the vast network of transmission and utility lines that allows us to harness the power of electricity nationwide. Heading into 2017, construction on America’s utility infrastructure is only expected to grow — pushing information flow at faster speeds than ever before. One aspect […]

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  • Helical Piers Stabilize Colorado Foundations

    One of Structural Anchor Supply’s dealers, Kimber Construction, is making news for its ability to construct homes on unforgiving Colorado terrain. Recently, there has been an increasing need for foundation repair in Colorado Springs due to underground settling issues. Shifting soil has triggered failures, and it’s clear that outdated building techniques won’t suffice on the Front […]

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  • Advantages to Using CHANCE® Foundations in Environmentally Sensitive Areas

    Foundation systems can play a vital role in allowing humans to safely access environmentally sensitive areas – especially those with rugged terrains and wetlands. Instant foundation systems from CHANCE®, for example, make the construction of accessible boardwalks easier and less invasive. Boardwalks are relatively prominent in areas including nature reserves, state parks, national parks, beaches, […]

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  • 4 Signs Your Building’s Foundation Needs Repair

    Buildings, especially if they’re old, can have foundation problems for multiple reasons – whether it’s caused by soil erosion over the years, poor or organic soil, moisture content changes, freeze thaw cycles, or something else. Whatever the case, it’s important to understand the hints when a building may be moving, so as to avoid an […]

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  • A Guide to Helical Pulldown Micropiles – Part 2

    In Part 1 of our 2-part post covering helical pulldown micropiles, we talked about how easy the installation process is. Now we’ll go into detail regarding the numerous advantages for using Helical Pulldown Micropiles from CHANCE instead of other foundation systems: Ideal for multiple applications: As we noted in part 1, helical pulldown micropiles can […]

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  • A Guide to Helical Pulldown Micropiles – Part 1

    At Structural Anchor Supply, we are proud to sell the products required to install Helical Pulldown™ Micropiles from CHANCE®. This affordable solution allows the Chance® installer to be able to double the capacity of a bare installation in some soil profiles. Helical Pulldown™ Micropiles are ideal for use for support of a new structure on […]

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  • About Us

    Structural Anchor Supply’s corporate office is located in Dayton Minnesota (our mailing address is Osseo, MN), a northwest suburb of the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. We service the upper Midwest region of the United States. To include, MN, IA, WI, ND, SD, NE, CO, WY, and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Warehouses are located in Minnesota, […]

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  • Our Locations

    SAS-EAST Corporate Office and Minnesota Warehouse Covering: Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Mailing & Ship To Address (office & warehouse) 11730 Brockton Lane North Osseo, MN 55369 Phone: (763) 428-2368 Fax: (763) 428-4754 SAS-WEST Colorado Corporate Office Covering: Colorado & Wyoming Mailing Address (office) 9980 Park Meadows Drive, […]

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  • Going Brighter with Lighting Foundations

    Whether it’s a rural park, a suburban neighborhood, an interstate or a busy inner-city metropolitan area, every outdoor space that’s often frequented by lots of people likely has one thing in common: Lights. And usually lots of them. Outdoors lighting, especially when it’s dark, is typically achieved by light poles: Pretty simple when you first […]

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