Power Companies are specifying composite mats because of their safety, project efficiency, environmental compatibility, and reusability without fear of cross-contamination between worksites. Use this guide to help you choose the right composite mat for your next transmission and distribution project.
Safe, Efficient Access to Job Sites
Utility crews are often challenged with creating reliable access to remote job sites through rough terrain and wet, soggy, or other tough ground conditions that increase the risk of expensive machinery and equipment getting stuck or damaged.
Composite mats are made from High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE), and are used to create a safe, stable working surface and provide reliable access to remote job sites.
- Signature’s interlocking composite mats are engineered to create safe, reliable, non-shifting temporary access roads and work platforms that will not crack, rot, or degrade.
- Water is not required to prep the ground for composite matting in dusty conditions, saving time, money, and natural resources.
- Anti-static additives reduce static buildup and composite materials reduce the risk for fire.
- Signature’s composite construction mats are made from a non-toxic material that eliminates cross-contamination between worksites, protects vegetation, and controls soil compaction, reducing the time needed for costly clean-up efforts.