ShieldWorks® offers a solution for Historic Courthouse

By |2022-06-22T16:06:12-04:00June 22nd, 2022|Construction|

Project Details Date: September 2016 Client: Patrick D. Murphy Co., Inc. Project Type: Commercial Location: Lexington, KY Project Overview Shieldworks was contacted by Jean-Paul Grivas of Patrick D. Murphy Co., Inc., Architects to help specify a means of protecting the interior dome of the historic Courthouse in downtown Lexington, KY during. The Challenge

ShieldWorks® offers a solution when others couldn’t…. or wouldn’t!

By |2022-06-22T16:02:18-04:00June 22nd, 2022|Construction|

Project Details Date: December 2017 Client: Anonymous Project Type: Commercial Location: Plano, TX Project Overview Shieldworks was called by a Roofing Consultant to help them out of a bind… Seems that they had contracted with another Interior Protection Company to install a suspended ceiling in a High Security Data Center, (above a

ShieldWorks® offers a solution for Nuclear Energy Facility.

By |2022-06-22T15:57:31-04:00June 22nd, 2022|Construction|

Project Details Date: May 2012 Client: Anonymous Project Type: Commercial Location: Northeast USA Project Overview Shieldworks was contacted by a roofing consultant representing the largest nuclear energy producer in the northeast. The project consisted of 88,000 square feet of roof replacement in one of its operational turbine buildings. The Challenge Replacing the

The Risks of Construction Projects without Temporary Dust Containment

By |2022-06-17T11:46:29-04:00June 17th, 2022|Construction|

Any construction project comes with its share of risks and hazards, but generally, you take steps to avoid injury and damage, whether it be personal protective equipment, specialized techniques or other safety measures. The same should go for your construction dust. Risk to people Dust and debris tend to get everywhere during a construction

3 Construction Scenarios That Need Temporary Dust Containment

By |2022-06-17T11:44:26-04:00June 2nd, 2022|Construction|

Just about every construction project comes with dust and debris; it’s inevitable. Not only is dust and debris a hassle to clean up, but it is also dangerous. Inhaling dust can cause serious health issues and falling debris can cause other injuries. With temporary dust containment, the risk can be significantly lessened, protecting not

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