The New Orleans Saints, like any other NFL team, must operate on a tight schedule where things need to move quickly. So it isn’t surprising that they had a very tight deadline in trying to prepare their training facilities to be ready for this current football season.
This year, the team moved into a new spring training facility located at the Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. The Greenbrier has undergone a $250 million restoration recently, but the facilities were still far from complete a few months ago when the team was almost ready to start training at that location.
An assortment of work crews descended upon the facility, scrambling to finish their work in record time. Among the jobs on the to-do list was installing spray foam insulation and coatings. This was no small job: the project involved applying insulation to the ceilings of the 10,000-square-foot space.
Needless to say, this rush project involved a lot of manpower and a fleet of equipment, which likely included several mobile spray rigs. These units are perfectly designed for urgent rush jobs, as they are easy to transport, can be brought onto a jobsite quickly and allow the crew to get up and running right away.
You may never need to complete a project on a huge sports facility in time for the season opener, but it is very possible that you will have to finish jobs on a tight deadline. In these situations, a spray foam rig can be a lifesaver.
Intech Equipment & Supply specializes in creating custom-designed mobile spray rigs for professionals in the spray foam industry.