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CASE STUDY: Sustainable V-Mesh Fencing System Alternative to Traditional Timber Hoarding.

Updated: Feb 14, 2023


How we help a FM company to reduce their Carbon footprint and achieve their sustainability targets with the installation of sustainable V-Mesh fencing.

 

V-MESH fence system installed in vacant land

Innovation, adaptation and the adding of value form part of our commitment to our clients, we therefore endeavour to add value by identifying and deploying innovative new products where possible.

Meeting Our Customer's Need:

One of clients, a large UK based FM organisation, routinely utilised single use timber hoarding to secure their sites. Timber hoarding was expensive, subject to deterioration due to environmental conditions and incapable of being recycled at the end of each project, often ending up in landfill.


On this particular site, the hoarding was in danger of collapse, a significant concern considering the pedestrian footpath running alongside the site.

The Solution:

Fencesafe Eclipse temporary V-Mesh fencing. This innovative product provided the safety and security of permanent profiled mesh fencing, in a temporary system. We quickly removed the dangerous hoarding, replacing it with the safer V-Mesh ballast mounted system.

The Benefits:

  • Quick to install

  • Robust, with a long product life

  • 30mm Projection to prevent climb over

  • Promotes natural surveillance across sites (CPTED)

  • Ballast bases are 100% recycled

  • Fence panels are 90% Recycled UK and European Steel Fencing

  • Significantly lower carbon footprint when compared with timber hoarding

Conclusion:

Our client benefitted from an elevated level of security on site, whilst simultaneously reducing their carbon footprint and preventing a potential accident involving pedestrians.






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