Leading contractors and building professionals trust STARC
STARC Systems is the most innovative temporary containment option for almost any renovation environment; created by a professional contractor, for professional contractors. Our temporary wall containment solutions are used in healthcare, life sciences, data centers, education, airports as well as commercial renovations.
Anywhere you need to control dust and debris and need a simple, quiet and less disruptive containment system, STARC Systems will provide the solution. STARC eliminates the disruption of renovations.
Our construction dust barrier systems are in projects across 48 states, Canada and Australia.
Review our case studies and see the STARC difference.
The team at Hourigan had multiple projects at the James Center, a 1M-square-foot premium Class A commercial space in downtown Richmond. Hourigan searched for a temporary containment wall system to both seamlessly blend into the surroundings and mask all renovations, including an open lobby space that extended through several floors.
W.E. Bowman, a leader in healthcare construction, sought an ICRA compliant, cost-effective containment solution that could be used for multiple healthcare projects. The result not only met the demands of healthcare containment but also provided an on-going return on their investment.
Working adjacent to a clean room at Medtronic posed a serious of challenges for J. Calnan & Associates crews. Containing dust and debris just to the renovation area, and clear of the clean room, was essential. The project also required ceiling mounted HEPA filters and multiple cord drop panels.
This project was a three-phased, fast track office build out, in an occupied office area. Renovation crews needed temporary containment walls that not only kept dust and debris away from the occupied area but would eliminate all construction noise. Plastic sheeting would not provide the sound attenuation needed for this occupied space.
The standard practice for building suites within a data center is a wire cage system, which requires a significant amount of labor to install and doesn’t look great. Oxford Networks, now FirstLight, wanted a durable and innovative solution that allowed for more flexibility to meet their clients’ evolving needs.
The space had many challenges for the renovation team. The renovation work was happening in the lobby. The temporary walls would be viewed by all students and staff who entered through school. And, the renovations required building an L-shaped wall with a door for easy access for the construction crew.