How do you protect pedestrians around your construction while also minimizing disruption to the project?  Pac-Van temporary pedestrian walkways would be the perfect solution!

Covered walkways, also known as hoardings, offer safety and peace of mind on a construction site. Ultimately keeping the flow of traffic away from the construction and/or by keeping sidewalks open.  Another replacement for scaffolding walkways, a covered walkway offers ease of set-up, will not be affected by heavy winds, and provides some additional overhead protection to pedestrians.

Pac-Van covered walkways have been used at a variety of sites, including at hospitals during renovation and in metro areas with high-rise buildings.  Best yet, covered walkway units can be customized to fit your specific needs; additional information on available customizations are detailed below.

Christ Church Hospital’s covered walkway is a perfect example of how Pac-Van works with our customers going the extra mile to get the job done. Not only did this temporary pedestrian walkway involve customization, but it also had to be lifted by crane and set in place.

Do you have questions about covered walkways? Click here to contact your local branch location.

Temporary Pedestrian Walkway Customization

Temporary pedestrian walkways can be tailored to meet your specific needs, including having an interior with full lighting and electrical capabilities.  These hoarding units can also be connected units or they can have spaces in between for additional access points.

Some other examples of common modifications that the Pac-Van team can provide include:

  • ADA accessible/ wheelchair accessible
  • Lighting
  • Variety of flooring options (epoxy floors, non-slip carpet)
  • Handrails (helpful with inclines)
  • Picture frame window openings
  • Easy transition floor plates and ramps

Ready to lease or purchase a covered walkway? Call us today at 1-800-587-1784, Request for Quote, or Order Online.

*Please note: Pac-Van does not offer personal moving services, nor do we store loaded containers on our property.