Niles grew up in Hudson, NH and helped run the family business until his desire to travel carried him abroad. In 2009, he found himself in Ningbo, China where he taught English for three semesters. He later moved to Beijing and worked as an operations manager for an internship and study abroad program.
Niles rejoined the family business once again in 2014. His vast experience in customer service and management make him a great asset to the team as he heads up the marketing department.
Erickson Foundation Supportworks provides a look into what goes into their GeoLock system. This block wall... Watch Video »
This homeowner in Londonderry, New Hampshire was experiencing leaking around their bulkhead. Design Specialist Paul Magowan came to the home and looked over the bulkhead and basement area to diagnose a problem. Paul concluded that the somewhere between the bulkhead and the foundation is where water is entering the basement. So Paul proposed that Erickson installs a new bulkhead and make sure that it is sealed so water can't get in. Crew Lead Jon Provost and his crew came to the home, installed the new bulkhead, and attached and sealed it to the foundation to ensure that water won't leak into the basement anymore.
The first photo shows the view of the block wall cracked and bowing in due to expanding soils on the other side. The second photo shows the view on the inside of the block wall after GeoLock Installation. The anchors on the inside are held in place with bolts, stabilizing the wall and preventing it from bowing in any further