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Archaeological Dig in Chatham

Our client was tasked with doing an archaeological assessment of a proposed wind turbine site in Chatham Ontario in the dead of winter. Instead of waiting for the spring thaw which would delay the project or having their crew suffer through the harsh winter elements, they opted for a temporary structure as a solution. Regal Tent provided an 8,000 square foot, snow-load approved structure as a temporary shelter for the site; allowing for the assessment to be completed on time in a comfortable and protected setting. We provided the 15M x 50M structure, doors, lighting, heating system and building permit. We are thrilled to have been able to offer our products and services to a unique client in a truly unique context.

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