Google News article STARDOCK, Utah (AP) – Stardocks fences are up for installation this week at its Fences, Fences and Fences installation process, the company said.
The project is part of the company’s strategy to move its massive Fremont, Calif., headquarters into a larger, more modern building.
The company expects to have the building finished in 2019.
Stardock said the new fence system is designed to protect workers and contractors from the elements and prevent them from accidentally hitting workers or themselves.
Stark’s first fence, a 1,200-foot-tall (570-meter) piece of stainless steel, was installed in October 2016.
The next two fences will be built in 2021 and 2022, with another 200 feet (80 meters) added in 2024.
The third fence, 1,000 feet (450 meters) tall, was built in 2017 and has been up and running since then.
Starchitectural firm Fence Design said in a statement that it had worked closely with the company for nearly a year to design the system and was proud to have contributed to the project.
“The design is innovative and responsive to the demands of the installation, allowing for a fast and efficient installation,” the firm said.
“The Fences system also features two additional sections, the main fence and the lower section, which is designed for increased flexibility, as well as additional layers of security fencing.
Fence Design added that Starchamps work was also instrumental in the construction of the new installation.
The company said it expects to begin fencing the Fences fence next week, and it will be up to contractors and workers to decide whether to replace it.
Starlink, which also builds fences, said the company will install its first fence next month.
It is a 1-foot (30-millimeter) fence with two layers of metal mesh in between.
It costs $6,000.
Fenced in FremontIn Fremont and surrounding areas, companies such as Starchams and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are installing fences to keep out unwanted visitors and other potential hazards.
Starchacks said it will have its fencing installed in Fremantons southern end by next week.