Sliding Gates Installed For Racine Wastewater Plant

Project Overview

Security is a major concern for most wastewater plants throughout the United States. This includes Racine Wastewater Plant which is located in Racine, Wisconsin. Their previous sliding gates had served its purpose; although, over time the gates had been damaged. It was ultimately concluded that replacement gates were needed in order to maintain the proper security measures at the plant. To ensure the project would meet their industry standard, they knew Century Fence with over 100 years of experience would be able to provide quality installment of the gates in a timely manner.

Racine wastewater sliding gates

Requests From Racine Wastewater Plant

When Century Fence first contacted Racine Wastewater Plant, the facility expressed interest in replacing their damaged gates. Together, it was decided that it would be best to install sliding gates.

Racine wastewater sliding gates

Our Solution

The site was upgraded to brand new sliding gates. These architectural style gates provide an aesthetic appeal while solidifying the security of the premises.

Racine wastewater sliding gates

Final Results

Racine Wastewater Plant has an aesthetically appealing entrance while providing security around the entire site. They once again have a safe and secure area for their facility which ensures employees and visitors are able to enter premises safely and securely. We look forward to the next project!

Racine wastewater sliding gates

Ask Our Experts

If you are interested in learning more about this solution or why sliding gates might be what you’re looking for, contact Century Fence Company today. With over 100 years’ experience in the commercial fencing industry, we can customize a solution to fit your needs. And with a sales force throughout Wisconsin and Minnesota, we can come to you and get your project done correctly and quickly.

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