“I didn’t know you guys could do that!”
That’s what one long-time client said to us when he heard that we had built a containment floor for another client. A containment floor does exactly what it says. It contains liquids preventing them from leaving the building.
We just finished a containment floor for a shelter that is headed to a nuclear power plant that services the Midwest. It will house the bleach and bromine equipment that’s used in one of the plants cooling systems. Chemical spills could be problematic, therefore, they need to be contained until they can be properly cleaned up.
“Anytime you are dealing with potentially hazardous chemicals, you need to take extra precautions,” explained John Miller, Director of Sales & Operations at Shelter Works. “By having a containment floor we’ve added an extra layer of protection for the facility. In addition, the floor construction allows workers to continue to walk on the elevated floor safely even if a spill has occurred. This Shelter Works building has been specifically designed to provide added peace of mind for our clients.”