We asked Rich Bistodeau of Mortenson:
Why did you choose the Hilmerson Barrier Fence System™?
See why this 40-year veteran, Sr. Superintendent chose the patented Hilmerson Barrier Fence System™ to protect his project in downtown Minneapolis.
“First and foremost, we needed to keep the public safe. This particular project is located adjacent to the fast paced fully operational Metro Light Rail and surrounded by streets, walkways and vehicular traffic. We needed to protect pedestrians, vehicles and of course, our construction workers and delivery personnel inside and outside the project.
We take pride in our projects and our workmanship. By choosing the Hilmerson Barrier System™, we ensure a clean and professional appearance and superior site security and safety; which gives confidence to all involved.
Traditional construction perimeter fencing systems are made of light gauge steel that requires continuous maintenance and is prone to breach and damage. The Hilmerson Barrier Fence System™ is made of hot dipped, 13 gauge, galvanized steel designed to last 15+ years. We feel it’s smart money to invest in something that lasts.
Since this particular project is located adjacent to the Metro Light Rail, we needed a product that installed rapidly to minimize any Metro Light Rail disruptions. The team allocated 4 hours for the fence installation. The ability to install the Hilmerson Barrier Fence System™ in 1/4 of the time saved us significant time, money and schedule.
The Hilmerson Barrier Fence System™ is virtually maintenance free. We installed the system over 1.5 years ago and haven’t touched it since. We added heavy duty privacy screening and banners that would typically add strain to the system, however, the panels are straight as an arrow.”
What Our Clients Say
“Our construction fence panels are holding up nicely, especially with our fabric screen installed on them! We’ve had two “monsoons” come through this spring in Chicago. One was literally a tropical storm that made its way up from the southern states that almost tipped over our portable restrooms and possibly bent our gate. However, the panels didn’t seem to flinch at all.”