Temporary Climate Control and Construction

The U.S. commercial construction industry is on the rise after a long slump. Now, more than ever, construction managers need to keep schedules on time and on budget. A great tool for this is temporary climate control. There’s a lot of benefits including accelerated paint and plaster drying and reduced costs for sealing concrete.

According to Polygon, total commercial projects for 2014 is an increased 10.3% and 2015 is an increased 10.8%. Total industrial projects are set to increase in 2014 by 7.8% and in 2015 by 8.7%. Institutional total projects are expected to increase in 2014 by 3.4% and 2015 by 6.3%.

The market segments are also noted. Hotel projects are expected to increase by 13.1% in 2014 and 9.2% in 2015. Office buildings are set to increase by 9.2% in 2014 and 10.8% in 2015. Industrial facilities are expected to increase by 7.8% in 2014 and 8.7% in 2015. Healthcare facilities are projected to increase by 5.2% and 7.8%. Education projects are expected to increase by 2.8% in 2014 and 5.8% in 2015.

Temporary climate control focused on construction drying converts an uncontrollable environment (i.e. the outdoors) in to a controllable one to tip time and unexpected delays in the construction managers favor. Here’s a few reasons why.

  1. Accelerate concrete slab drying
  2. Reduce costs for concrete sealing
  3. Accelerate paint and plaster drying
  4. Dry fireproofing
  5. Coat curing

Interested? Read on in the infographic below.