Haz-Safe knows costs better because of more controlled shop conditions and supplies more accurate cost estimates earlier on to give greater confidence to decision-makers during project formulation and funding stages. In-shop workers achieve greater productivity and enjoy increased safety and improved stock control.
Factory controlled procedures and elements of production line mentality result in more economical operations. Inside fabrication is inherently cleaner than on-site construction (greater dust generation, density of personnel, noise and vibration and accidental damage), which enhances end product clean-up.
On-site construction attempts to achieve a wind and water tight envelope as quickly as possible to reduce sensitivity to adverse weather and a clean build. At the start, Haz-Safe factory achieves a wind and water tight environment. Each module, before leaving the factory, is shrink wrapped to maintain cleanliness. All of these factors, and more, make modular construction very cost competitive.
Photos below: Man on roof, assisted by man in cherry picker, removes crane’s connection from threaded rod in photo on left.
Middle photo has the lower 8′ wide x 4′ high explosion relief panel lifted into place.
Photo on right shows blast shaft being lowered by crane between client’s main facility and the Haz-Safe Building so shaft can be installed over the relief panels.