RedGuard's specialty modular buildings protect valuable human assets, equipment, storage facilities, and control gear. The advantage of steel building materials over concrete lends strength and longevity to these structures while simultaneously making them transportable and customizable.
As RedGuard looks to the future, our experts are increasingly working with renewable energy companies to ensure worker safety. And our blast-tested and third-party-engineered buildings meet and help define the industry standard for protecting people and property.
As renewable energy facilities grow and expand to new regions, it may be unclear precisely what structures will be necessary for the long term. But RedGuard’s custom construction and a pre-fabricated fleet of rental buildings can meet any need for any amount of time. Our experts can consult with site managers and contractors from the start of a worksite’s construction through upgrades mandated by new worker safety regulations.
Even when facilities need one standard design to create familiar structures around a worksite's property, RedGuard's buildings meet their needs with standard layouts. The option of standardization also allows workers to travel to worksites around the world and have a sense of familiarity with how things work. This fits in well with the process standardization necessary to scale up operations quickly to meet increasing energy needs.
RedGuard is also skilled at working with Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) firms that deliver complete packages of resources for new infrastructure projects. So no matter how broad or narrow a company’s needs are, our experts can contribute to your safety plans. Better yet, we still run collaborative designs by our engineers to ensure their integrity and add expertise on federal, state, and local safety codes and industry requirements.
Because our construction occurs off-site, renewable energy companies can keep things productive, minimize pauses for the erection of protective structures, limit their liability, protect workers from unnecessary hazards, and help companies meet tight construction deadlines.