Construction Cover: Safety, Security and Employee Morale

Winter and foul weather construction not only costs more in financial terms; it causes additional safety concerns and is detrimental to employee morale.

Working heavily clothed for cold weather, icy or wet spots on surfaces, hazards hidden under the snow, all contribute to slower and less safe working conditions.

Quality of work and materials often suffers from extreme cold or wet conditions, sometimes requiring that work be redone or material replaced. This can represent significant additional costs to a project, costs that are often eaten by the contractor.

A simple solution is an Airwise Environmental Structure to cover the entire project site or portions of the site as work progresses.

An Airwise Construction ‘Dome’ offers year round, fair weather building conditions.

  • The site remains dry and warm, even on the coldest, wettest days.
  •  Unsecured sheeting and other materials are no longer hazards flying off rooftops.
  • Warm, dry, safer working conditions contribute to better worker morale and reduced costs.
  • Weather related quality concerns are eliminated.
  • Site is naturally heated and lit during the day and is easily lit for round the clock shifts when necessary to meet critical timetables.
  • Site security is enhanced; less material and equipment ‘walks’ from the site.
  • Sites of any size or shape can be covered with an Airwise Dome.

Generally speaking, the site remains accessible to large equipment, trucks and materials.

Large clearspan areas and high clearances allow obstacle free use of loaders and cranes.

An Airwise Construction Dome can be deployed or stowed in a matter of hours with a small crew and moved to another similar site to be re-used over and over again, allowing the investment to be distributed across multiple projects.

More information is available at www.airwisestructures.com or leave a comment with contact information.

Airwise Sports Domes make so much sense!

If your soccer club had an Airwise Sports Dome, you wouldn’t get caught in the rain!!

Airwise offers affordable, year round or seasonal protection from all kinds of weather for any sports. Our Domes are well ventilated, naturally lit and heated. You can install artificial turf if you like, but natural grass thrives in an Airwise. It can be as simple as setting up over an existing grass field, marking your lines and you’re in business.

If you had your ‘druthers’, which where would you ‘druther’ play?

Better for spectators, too!

Check us out at www.airwisestructures.com

 

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Environeta Solutions Inc. Is a developer, promoter and marketer for a number of proprietary technologies and systems, primarily to do with construction and energy.

Enviro n eta: eta is the greek number 8 and is symbolized by a stylized ‘h‘ or ‘hthat almost no one recognizes but is actually a symbol for efficiency. So, Environeta Solutions is actually Environmentally Efficient Solutions to challenges we face today.

Everything we do in society is governed by $$. The best technology in the world is of little value if no one can afford to use it. Environeta spends as much effort on finding ways for people to acquire our various systems and technologies as we do in promoting the technologies themselves.

As free thinkers of primarily a libertarian bent, we do not believe it is necessary for government to be involved in every idea or project we develop. We cannot encourage smaller, leaner government by making everything we do subject to subsidies or grants from that same government. ‘He who pays the piper, calls the tune!’ Our projects and systems are all designed to be self sufficient and profitable in the mid and long term.