The "BigSteelWalkway" – Safe Covered Pedestrian Walkways and Site Offices that Maximize Use of Space

Hoarding-Unit_450.jpgWe’re very excited about the BigSteelBox Structures covered pedestrian walkway currently being used in downtown Calgary. You’ll definitely be safe from any falling debris while inside a "BigSteelWalkway"!

A modified BigSteelBox is the perfect solution for urban construction sites. Our Structures are Part 10 certified, stackable, easy to move, and quick to install.

Our modular steel containers are especially beneficial where space is limited because they can easily be stacked, so if you need an office on site, we can place it on top of the walkway.

Our covered pedestrian walkways are also safer for pedestrians because they are made of steel, and include window and door openings that allow in more natural light and provide easy exit points.

Learn more about covered pedestrian walkways, hoarding and site offices.

Contact us today to discuss your project: 1-877-373-1187.


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