Because of our high-quality construction, Shelter Works is setting the standard for critical equipment protection to the California Department of Parks and Recreation.
Hasmet Celik, from Celik Engineering Corporation, had to overcome a host a construction challenges in protecting the potable water treatment equipment in the very popular Williams Grove Day Use Are of Humboldt Redwoods State Park which is located 225 miles north of San Francisco.
The 1960’s-era shanty that was previously protecting the equipment was deteriorating, and the engineers in charge were looking for a more secure solution. “The area gets a great deal of traffic, both from people and from mountain lions, deer and other wildlife,” Celik explained. “The decision-makers for this project chose Shelter Works’ superior design to provide a more secure structure that would also protect against vandalism and vagrancy.”
Another reason the design engineers specified a Shelter Works structure is the superior construction of the walls. It was easy to drill and anchor equipment to the walls using Unistrut.