Working on a construction site in the northeast means being prepared for all kinds of weather. In winter, conditions can be frigid and crews need to protect themselves from the elements in order to stay safe and on schedule.
Retaining as much heat as possible, both structurally and personally, is the key to success. Here are some tips from our Project Superintendents on how to dress warmly and insulate your site during the cold months.
Preparing your Site
Protecting your workers and yourself
While these tips will help keep your project on track, a good Superintendent knows how to be realistic. Know what production you should expect in extreme conditions and schedule work and manpower accordingly. Be compassionate about your crew’s well-being and safety, but don’t let workers take advantage of the weather and put you behind schedule unnecessarily.
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