The Evolution of Leading-Edge Fall Protection

8 Reasons Why Industry Leading General Contractors Are Turning Away From Job-Built Wooden Safety Rails As the carpenter foreman completes his daily inspection of the wooden guardrail system, he notices a section where the toeboard is missing.  A little farther down the line of the leading-edge guardrail he notices a busted top rail. In

Hilmerson Safety™ Patents Mobile Guardrail Kit

Challenging the Status Quo of Leading-Edge Safety Methods in Construction The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has awarded Hilmerson Safety™ U.S. Patent 10,597,057 for its safety rail cart system, also known as the Hilmerson Safety Rail System™ kit. Granted on March 24, 2020, the patent recognizes the invention of the reusable, galvanized steel mobile guardrail

Allianz Field, St. Paul, MN – Hilmerson Safety Rail System™

Allianz Field is the new home of the Minnesota United FC, an MLS soccer team. Located in the St. Paul Midway the stadium offers seating for nearly 20,000 fans, including 25 suites, 38 semi-private loge boxes, and four club rooms. It incorporates the latest amenities and technology while being sustainably designed to minimize environmental impact

City of Austin Planning Development Center – Hilmerson Safety Rail System™

A 250,000-square-foot Planning and Development Center next to Austin Community College's Highland campus on Airport Boulevard in North Austin. It will house the administrative and customer-support officers for the city's zoning, planning and development offices. For the first time, all of the city's staff involved with any aspect of the development review process will be housed under one

5th & Brazos – Austin, TX – Hilmerson Safety Rail System™

The dual-branded hotel and apartment tower at Fifth and Brazos Streets by Magellan Development Group and Ryan Companies (32 story mixed-use tower) General Contractors Name: Ryan Companies Date: May 2019 Products deployed: 2,000+ LF of the Hilmerson Safety Rail System™ Number of 2x4’s saved: 8,000+ LF More Info (Rendering of the Fifth & Brazos mixed-use tower by bKL Architecture)