The right construction fence for your project

What do railway stations, events and long construction projects have in common? That’s right - with all three, barriers are often required for a variety of reasons. In the following blog post, the experts at Heras Mobile Fencing will tell you in the following blog post which construction fence is best suited for your personal project and will present to you the advantages and disadvantages of various construction fences.

Posted on 12 March 2018 by Olaf Rauschenbach    Regelgeving & voorschriftenBouwhek mogelijkheden


Proper use of noise control barriers

The season of street parties, open-air festivals, and parties is the best time of year for many. Long, lingering nights with friends, a delicious drink in hand and live music are simply part of summertime. Of course, noise control should not be missing either, so that there are no complaints from local residents. Besides open-air festivals, construction sites are just as delicate a situation in terms of noise, as they often attract unwanted attention from local residents. In this blog article about noise control and noise control barriers, Heras Mobile Fencing explains how and when to reduce noise.

Posted on 05 March 2018 by Olaf Rauschenbach    Regelgeving & voorschriftenBouwhek mogelijkheden


Construction fence in Berlin: This is how you secure your construction fence in the capital of Germany

Berlin - capital, federal state, and most populous city in Germany. Anyone who wants to drive through the city usually gets stuck in traffic. Long waiting times and nerves on edge are not uncommon here. One solution to the congestion problem is to switch to public transport or cycling. Yet, as soon as one problem is solved, a new one appears: Where do you park your bicycle in the crowded capital? To the annoyance of contractors, wheels are often tied to construction fences in Berlin. Naturally, this also causes displeasure and problems in other cities such as Münster, Hanover, Bremen, or Erlangen. This is especially the case if the mobile construction fence is to be relocated.

Posted on 27 February 2018 by Olaf Rauschenbach    Regelgeving & voorschriftenBouwhek mogelijkheden


A safe working environment on the construction site is a collaborative effort

A safe working environment has to be created anew each day through collaborative effort. The foundation for these efforts is indispensable in this connection. And the preparation for this is done long before picking up a single tool.

Posted on 26 September 2016 by Arjan Zegelaar    Projectbeveiliging


How to: proper coupling of mobile fencing

Mobile fencing that is properly assembled and coupled creates the very best site demarcation. How do you couple a Heras fence as efficiently as possible when assembling it, without losing a lot of time? We will explain the finer details of coupling a mobile fence using these clear-cut assembly instructions.

Posted on 22 September 2016 by Ruud Verhagen    Projectbeveiliging


The future is safe at Heras MF&S. Sustainable entrepreneurship in the land of mobile fencing.

Every one of our “People” answered “Planet” when we asked them what they, as an organisation, would like to focus on more. It is wonderful that corporate social responsibility comes from our very own people at Heras Mobile Fencing & Security. It’s another thing to actually try to turn these words into actions. How do we do this?


Posted on 19 September 2016 by Michiel van der Velden    Projectbeveiliging


How to: properly secure mobile fencing

Mobile fencing that is properly assembled creates the very best site demarcation. How do you secure and couple a Heras fence as efficiently as possible, without losing a lot of time? We will explain the finer details using these clear-cut assembly instructions.

Posted on 13 September 2016 by Ruud Verhagen    Projectbeveiliging


8 tips for keeping thieves off your construction site

Opportunity makes the thief. He just wants to quickly make a haul and takes whatever he finds. Heave ho, over that fence, cut the power lines and he's out of there. Securing the storage sheds from the inside is pointless, because before someone can respond to the call, the bird has already flown. What can you do to discourage the occasional thief before he decides to take action?

Posted on 11 July 2016 by Lou Spierings    Projectbeveiliging