Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Builders Site Protection is proud to announce that we have been selected as the premier surface protection supplier for the Kaiser Hospital Project in San Marcos, CA. Kaiser is building a brand new medical office building that will house 34 providers and an operating room surgery center. Builders Site Protection looks forward to providing the project's general contractor with any surface protection needs that may arise on the job site.
Thursday, March 22, 2012
You think your construction project is taking a long time? The Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain has been under construction for over 120 years! Surface Protection Expert Heather just returned from a European vacation and noticed that construction and renovation projects there often take decades or even longer to complete. Renovation projects for structures of historical significance such as Il Duomo in Florence, Italy, and Saint Peter's Basilica in Vatican City are constantly being renovated, cleaned, and reinforced. In such projects as these, builders are careful to use surface protection and dust control measures. Surface protection prevents damage to fragile, antiquated buildings and dust control protects interior artwork from being covered in grime. Dust control also prevents the droves of tourists from inhaling potentially toxic dust!
What do you think are some of the biggest differences between construction projects in the USA and in Europe? Feel free to comment!
Monday, March 5, 2012
Builders Site Protection is happy to announce that we are now offering smaller more conveniently sized rolls of Fire Resistant Plastic Sheeting. The new rolls are 10 feet wide x 100 feet long and is certified as flame-resistant by the California State Fire Marshall registration #F-32500. Fire Resistant Plastic Sheeting is perfect for hospital renovation projects, healthcare facilities, and other projects that require the use of flame-resistant protection. Use with a ZipWall Four Pack Plus kit to create a dust barrier which prevents dust and debris from being spread beyond the sealed area.