SMARTPATH™ CASE STUDIES:
See how SmartPath has been used in real-life jobsite situations.
SmartPath™ System is an economical, eco-friendly solution to laying workflow walking paths on industrial jobsites such as Arrowhead Industrial Services, in residential construction sites such as On The Mark Homes, and commercial construction sites such as Graham Construction.
Check out this install with Arrowhead Industrial!
They are an industrial services company with heavy-duty washbays for big equipment.
The recycled rubber SmartPath base is weather resistant, and provides traction on the ground to minimize slippage.
SmartPath instant-path solutions are a great fit, so that workers in this wet environment can walk on a floating path, out of dirt and mud.
The path system allows controls the workflow and foot traffic in this environment, keeping workers away from loading and unloading zones of the big machinery!
ON THE MARK HOMES
The SmartPath™ instant-path solution is a quick-install, ecofriendly and reusable walking path for workers on a construction jobsite.
We went to builder On The Mark Homes, in Saskatoon, to help with their mission to improve the jobsite workflow, organization and worker safety. We simply built and connected the panel system, laying in directly in the mud.
On The Mark Homes is a proud builder of homes, and their brand stands for quality and professionalism. Now their jobsite reflects this, too, no matter the changing weather conditions.
SmartPath System is an eco-friendly, economical way to organize an entire jobsite. Just have a look at how Graham Construction has implemented the SmartPath™ installation on their site!
Organized workflow from trailer to trailer, with double-wide pathways and landing areas ensure that no materials are standing in mud, and no boots are walking on uneven ground or wet mud.
With some pre-planning on the layout of the jobsite, and your requirements for organized foot traffic, a SmartPath System can be installed quickly and easily on your jobsite, too!
Heavy duty recycled rubber SmartPath System bases cradle 2x4' lumber boards, and minimize slippage.
(Note: the lumber in this project is painted and stenciled with the builder's brand color and name. A layer of grip-coat is then painted overtop. Unbranded lumber can be used, but a grip-coat is recommended for the wood surface.)