Once you wrap up a construction project the next step is to dismantle the construction fences and transport them. If they're not immediately needed on another site or event, the fences go into storage. Transport racks come in handy for both transport and temporary storage alike. At first glance, these frames may appear unimpressive, but they have a number of advantages which our experts are pleased to explain below.
Posted on 16 November 2020 by Adrian Day
The paperclip. Velcro. The Post-It Note. All ‘accidental’, simple inventions about which everyone thought at the time of their introduction, why didn’t we think of this before… Think of those seemingly simple solutions that really make life easier. Heras Mobile has added a tool to this category: the Fence Lifting Tool. Justifiably the most convenient tool for fences.
Posted on 21 November 2019 by Paul Brazier
Your building site’s entrance should not be an invitation to steal or vandalise. Moreover, your entrance should not cause frustration in the drivers of arriving and departing construction vehicles. An entrance to your building site should impress on authorised visitors to treat the terrain with respect. So, how do you make an obstacle-free and burglar-proof entrance that suits your building site? This blog provides insight into the pros and cons of purchasing a sliding gate, sliding mobile fence, or a swing gate.
Posted on 27 August 2019 by Stef Manders
The Dutch events industry is working overtime. Be it sports, music, culture, lifestyle, food, etc. Thousands of events take place now every year. And, beyond the increase in the number of events, organisations are making events increasingly more massive, vaster, and more exuberant. As a visitor, we want to be more surprised, receive more attention, and also expect the best experience and optimal safety. Fortunately, almost all of the events provide a positive contribution to society. However, we still need to be honest. There are also risks. We need to cross the T’s and dot the I’s to ensure we prevent hazardous situations. Crowd control barriers are a practical means to achieve this goal. In this article, we describe five reasons to rent a crowd control barrier.
Posted on 19 August 2019 by Suzanne van Bekkers - Vroenhoven
Now that we are enjoying a wonderful late summer, the event season has passed its peak. In recent months, millions of people visited festivals and events in the Netherlands and Belgium. For Heras Mobile, it is a part of the year to look forward to. Heras Mobile has worked extremely hard in the past months. Many events take place primarily in the holiday period. Lorries drive to and fro with fencing solutions for small and large events.
Posted on 26 July 2019 by Joep Coenen
Heras Mobile provides solutions for a multitude of events. Joep Coenen, Business Unit Manager at Heras Mobile, gives another perspective to delivering event fencing. We don’t think in terms of the product, but in terms of the ‘journey’ that the visitor makes on and around the site. This gives a surprisingly different view of fencing. Well-fitting fencing contributes to a safe major event without escalations. “Provided that you understand the needs of the guests and anticipate these,” says Joep.
Posted on 05 June 2019 by Joep Coenen
Drivers despondently looking for the entrance, delays at the entrance, distractions for the construction staff due to difficulty operating the entrance, searching for escape routes, etc. These are all inconveniences that arise when your access road is not efficiently designed. A sliding fence gate offers a solution. This gate prevents many frustrations while being easy and quick to arrange and install. In this blog post, we give the sliding gate the attention it deserves. In addition, we teach you how to use a sliding fence gate to achieve convenience and save time.
Posted on 28 May 2019 by Yves Spooren
Every year, many sporting events take place in every country, outside the regular sports competitions. These include the big crowd-pullers like the Berlin or New York Marathon, European Championship, or World Cup Football, or even the Olympic Games. But smaller, national events are often also well attended. Organising such a sporting event involves a lot of work. What should not be missing is the determination of the objective, target group, catering, and budget. Also bear in mind that crowd control barriers are needed to steer the sporting event in the right direction. There is a lot of work to be done to ensure the safety of both visitors and athletes. How do you steer this in the right direction?
Posted on 23 May 2019 by Yves Spooren