The company has expanded its industrial fencing services to meet the greater demand for fencing from manufacturing facilities in the Gulfport region, an area government officials have dubbed the state’s new high-tech corridor.
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The additional resources now provided by Can’t Be Beat Fence, which is licensed and insured as a general contractor in Mississippi, Louisiana, and Alabama, reflect investor and stakeholder worries about the safety of their critical assets and infrastructure. The company performs facility renovations and horizontal construction as well as large fencing projects on both private and federal installations.
After government enterprises, manufacturing is the largest industry in Mississippi, representing 26 counties and over 200 facilities. For example, Gulfport is now home to a prominent autonomous underwater and surface vehicles firm, which relocated its manufacturing operations and headquarters from San Diego in September 2021. The overall US fencing market, driven by privacy and security concerns, is expected to grow by almost 5% annually over the next five years.
Can’t Be Beat Fence recognizes that every property or facility is unique and the fence that serves each location has to be able to perform its task. While regular contractors may lack the expertise to appreciate the varied requirements and complexities of different types of projects, Can’t Be Beat Fence has installed fencing on over 1,000 commercial and industrial sites. These projects have included ports and harbors, sports complexes, prisons, airports, and manufacturing facilities.
Can’t Be Beat Fence & Construction, founded in 1982, is one of the largest fencing contractors in the state, working to improve the way property owners and stakeholders keep their vital assets and facilities safe. The company’s reputation, built on the estimated 20,000 private properties the company has serviced, has also led to numerous, security-sensitive federal construction jobs.
The company complies with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers EM 385-1-1 and OSHA standards.
One client commented: “Thank you to a wonderful team. They tore down my old 40 year old fence in Gulfport, handled the permit process and did a wonderful job. Thank you Ms. Meridith and crew.”
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Can’t Be Beat Fence
Can’t Be Beat Fence
2204 Mississippi 53
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