attune foods erectastep case study

A Big Gap (and Savings) for Natural Foods Company

Attune Foods, one of North America’s leading natural foods companies, didn’t have easy access to the roof of one of their buildings. There was a five-foot height difference between it and the nearest building’s roof. And that wasn’t the only issue. The nearest building to the building’s virtually inaccessible roof was nine feet away. That
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owensboro hospital before and after

Safe Rooftop Access for Regional Hospital

For years, a hospital in Owensboro, Kentucky, accessed its rooftop HVAC cooling tower with little more than a freestanding ladder and steady feet. When it came time for regular maintenance, technicians had to climb the ladder, tools in hand, and crawl into a 3’x3’ access door. On top of that, to help steady the step
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Rust Resistant Stair Crossovers

Combatting the Elements and Complying with OSHA

Rust needs only three things to form: iron, oxygen, and water. When they come together, thanks to oxidation, you’re typically left with that familiar reddish-brown substance, and that means trouble in an industrial environment. A leading manufacturer of loading dock equipment knows this all too well. The stairs leading from the company’s delivery area to
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springfield hospital before and after

A Regional Hospital Steps Up to Safety

Few people understand the consequences of work-related injuries better than the health care professionals who treat them. Seeing firsthand the effects of job site slips, trips, and falls makes it immediately clear that safety should always be a top priority. That’s why the management at a large Springfield hospital takes every measure necessary to protect
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Metal Modular Crossover Platforms

Spanning Nine Feet Saves Thousands of Dollars

Attune Foods, a leading natural foods company, had a problem. They didn’t have easy access to the roof of one of their buildings. Further complicating things, an adjacent structure’s roof was 5-feet lower than this building’s, and the span between the two was nine feet. So whenever the mechanical system—or anything else on the roof, for that
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