Governor's Mansion Fence
Lincoln, NE United States | 1999
The energy sector is a heavy user of hot dip galvanizing. Many major critical infrastructure projects like high voltage substations are physically secured by hot dipped galvanized coated expanded metal security fencing, like AMICOs AMIGUARD Perimeter Security Fence System. This system was installed at three substation projects in the greater Minneapolis, Minnesota area.
The driving force of the demand for security fencing is influenced by Homeland Security to protect our nation's power grid. The attributes that are the most attractive to the energy providers are the qualities of longevity, even in extreme temperatures, as well as the fact that the galvanized finish produces continuous conductivity for their electrical grounding requirements. Safety is extremely important around any high voltage apparatus, so energy companies need to know that their infrastructure is safe both from intruders and corrosion, and will not harm casual passers-by. Galvanizing the steel fence provides a long term, responsible and grounded solution to protecting the U.S. power grid.
Electrical, Utility & Communication
Minneapolis, MN United States
Coating Durability, Corrosion Performance, Life-Cycle Cost, Sustainability
Expanded Metal, Channel rails, and Frames
Alabama Metal Industries Corporation
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