4 Types of Construction Projects That Benefit from Temporary Walls
When it comes to construction planning, temporary walls aren’t always the first thing that comes to mind.
However, there are four common scenarios where a permanent studded wall may not be required and temporary dust containment walls could be very beneficial.
1. Renovation and expansion of existing facilities: This is the most common use of temporary walls. If a facility is enlarging areas it often involves tearing down existing walls and exposing the clean space to the dirty one. A temporary wall with doorways can assist in maintaining traffic flow while preventing contamination.
2. Production line additions, retrofits and redesigns: Are you taking out or installing equipment in an area that can’t afford to shut down? Then a temporary wall might be for you. Having the ability to keep the remainder of your production functioning while working on a specific line can make a project that much easier.
3. Floor and plumbing replacement/repairs: Let’s face it, concrete cutting is very dusty. It can also create a wet sticky mess. Temporary walls combined with suspended cover provide a total enclosure to protect the remainder of the building.
4. Equipment cleaning and maintenance: Maintenance is unavoidable. It rarely can be done all at once, especially in a manufacturing environment. Custom containment allows the work to take place without disrupting the entire facility.
If you have a project coming up that includes one of the above activities, we invite you take a minute to see how a custom temporary wall solution can help. When you are ready to talk interior protection, check out the best questions to ask a provider and contact us directly.