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RedGuard Blog

Learn about blast-resistant modular buildings from the industry’s safety authority – RedGuard. Get news, articles and product information.

Tim Taton

Tim Taton is the vice president of sales and marketing at RedGuard. He is accountable for the development and implementation of strategies and forecasting, including market development and new product development. He is an advocate of and is personally invested in promoting the company’s culture, safety, and quality initiatives. Tim serves on the organization’s leadership team and ultimately oversees the marketing team and sales teams for RedGuard and its brands.

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When our first lease units rolled off the production line years ago, blast-resistant buildings (BRBs) were pretty standard. Our first goal was to design the best blast protection in the world — which we did — but features and options were very limited in the beginning. Our next step was to find new ways to meet as many different client needs as possible, in terms of size, options, amenities and regulatory compliance. RedGuard’s LeaseFleet, currently the largest lease-ready fleet of BRBs of its kind, offers more options than we ever dreamed of when we helped launch this industry.

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A lot of myths still surround the use of blast-resistant buildings (BRBs) as traditional building replacements. If you’re planning construction at your facility, this article could help you save hundreds of thousands of dollars, not to mention countless lives.

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The upsizing and downsizing game is part of life in a petrochemical refinery. From capital expansions that reposition limited staff and resources to turnarounds that change the face of an entire operation, it’s crucial to work through these changes with minimum interruption to business flow. Safety becomes a bigger concern than ever, and it’s important to choose trustworthy partners during these precarious times. Your choice of suppliers for temporary, blast-resistant buildings (BRBs) is a big one.