The multifaceted nature of warehouses provides challenge. Enourmous buildings house a synchronised system of processes, including a vast number of products being received, sorted, stored, and shipped via a complex network of people and transport. The fluidity of this operation depends on the provision of a safely constructed and actively monitored structure.
Managing ground gas risk in warehouses
The massive scale and layout of warehouses presents the need for large scale ground gas planning and protection. The round the clock nature of warehouse operations needs the right type of monitoring to ensure the safety of the facility, the people that work there and the assets it stores.
Key challenges include:
GGS’ expert team of consultants provide clients with the information required to conduct business with confidence. Based on years of industry experience, we deliver a holistic service assisting clients with due diligence and quality assurance.
Our services to warehouse ground gas protection include:
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New GGS recruit, Matthew Thompson, discusses his fascinating research into the eriophorum genus and its significance to ground gas activity.