The 7 Most Critical Questions to Ask When Designing and Specifying Fiberglass Equipment Shelters

Engineers optimize their processes by designing everything to maximize performance and minimize risks. They do this by specifying the right equipment, service and layout to produce the right results because they know that a properly engineered-to-order enclosure will do more than just provide protection from the elements.  It will enhance system performance, mitigate environmental threats, increase safety, and facilitate ease of access for monitoring and maintenance.

We’ve written an ebook to help our customers think through all the critical questions that typically come up when designing fiberglass equipment shelters, questions about how the equipment needs to be protected, what kind of access is needed, specifics regarding functionality, and what constraints need to be accounted for. Because the field equipment represents such a large investment, protection of that equipment and the process should be just as critical and thoroughly thought through. It should not be an afterthought! A properly engineered and built field equipment shelter should outlast the equipment it protects.

Elevate the Conversation About Your Fiberglass Equipment Shelters

Many engineers will ask manufacturers, “What sizes do you offer?” or “What type of bases do you have?” when the better question to ask is “What is the optimal outcome for this process?” Start with that question and you’re sure to engineer a more strategically matched field equipment shelter for your project. If your thought process starts with the problem that you are trying to solve, your solution will be more closely grounded in something that exactly suits your needs.

Get your copy of our free ebook that outlines the seven most critical questions to ask when designing and specifying an enclosure that will support optimal process performance, minimize expense and risk and properly protect valuable field equipment.