FODS Reusable Construction Entrance Effective Against CU Business & Engineering Expansion Mud

he Business and Engineering Expansion Project embodies a new era of alliance and innovation on the University of Colorado Boulder campus. The expansion project combines the Business and Engineering schools physical locations as well as programs, creating a new horizon of prospects for CU’s top-ranked, globally recognized programs.

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Haselden, the contractor commissioned for the Business and Engineering Expansion, was founded in Denver in 1973 and builds a diverse range of projects throughout the front range. Haselden remains a top general contractor in the Denver area. Adolfson & Peterson Construction (AP) is a family-owned company that is consistently ranked among the top construction managers and general contractors in the nation.

With the assistance of FODS Trackout Control Mats, Haselden and Adolfson Peterson were able to mitigate construction site trackout of mud and clay on the Business and Engineering Expansion Project. FODS Trackout Control Mats offer multiple advantages compared to traditional stabilized rock construction entrances. Unlike traditional stabilized construction entrances installed using geo-synthetic fabric and rocks that can become tamped down and embedded with mud buildup, composite trackout mats like FODS don’t lose their effectiveness over time.

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