Category: Construction

Why Contractors Should Consider Using Reusable Dust Containment Instead of Drywall

Drywall and plastic sheeting do not make an effective barrier between a work area and a healthcare facility. Airtight STARC temporary wall containment systems are the ideal choice for contractors who are involved in hospital and healthcare facility renovations, repairs or remodeling projects.

... Continue reading »

What The Construction Industry Needs to Know About ICRA in a Healthcare Setting

Proper containment is essential to Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) and maintaining a safe construction site while working within a healthcare facility.  Every crew member must go into the project with a solid understanding of ICRA to establish and maintain appropriate containment. Construction workers must be able to: Understand what ICRA is Have a thorough…  Continue reading »


Temporary Containment Solution Demonstrates ROI After 3 to 5 Uses Compared To Other Methods

With healthcare administrators approving and pushing renovation projects down the pipeline, construction companies are in need of cost-effective temporary ICRA Class IV containment walls that can be used for not just a few, but hundreds of projects over time.

... Continue reading »

5 Most Common Questions on Temporary Containment

Construction and renovation projects are known to increase levels of dust as well as disturb and release harmful bacteria and mold spores throughout a hospital/healthcare facility. Here are the 5 most common questions asked about temporary containment.

... Continue reading »

Reduce Labor Costs and Downtime Between Renovation Phases

In healthcare facilities (some over 900,000 square feet), renovations are generally done in phases to ensure that daily operations continue during construction. Contractors commonly use temporary walls to isolate compromised areas in a healthcare environment to perform remediation and renovation. However, traditional containment solutions such as plastic sheeting and drywall barriers have proved to be time-consuming, expensive, disruptive, and often ineffective. Innovative healthcare organizations and contractors are turning to new solutions to reduce labor costs and downtime between healthcare construction phases.

... Continue reading »

Copyright 2019 STARC Systems | Privacy Policy | Terms and Conditions | Sitemap
166 Orion St, Brunswick, ME 04011     Made in USA STARC is made in the USA