Pre-project is the time to decide and plan for emergency shelter locations (an available, open permanent structure), and determine a route to get there, noting it’s address in case of emergency assistance.
Regarding the wind load a tent can safely withstand, this first requires confirming that the tent is, in fact, engineered by the tent manufacturer. Rental vendors will often carefully review and reference engineering specifications to ensure that the tent is staked or weighted properly, allowing it to endure its max wind speed.
There are lots of reasons why we cannot, should not or prefer not to stake a tent or structure. From leased properties that do not allow ground penetration to concrete ground conditions; from safety concerns with utility mark outs to parking lots with asphalt that we prefer not to damage; these are just a few possible examples.
A construction company needs a long-term solution to protect a building undergoing renovation as the roof of the building is torn down and replaced, creating the need for a secure solution.
An industrial client looking to cover a large, 6-lane loading area for the long-term to ensure employees and products remain protected and organized during load times.