By automating construction, building with ARCS is safer for workers than any alternative.
Thanks to automation, the unsafe job-site conditions that contribute to OSHA’s “Fatal Four” construction hazards are alleviated.
Virtually no laborers are needed within the build volume; just keep the material flowing and the machine handles the rest.
Requiring only 2-3 workers to fully operate each machine immediately reduces the number of possible injuries on any given site.
Because our buildings are compressive strength tested to over 6,000 psi, injuries due to lapses in structural integrity are simply nonexistent.
By automating the process of construction, we are removing many common causes of injury and death that were previously believed to be inherent in the field.
Cost of Injuries in the U.S.
The top 4 construction related injuries that lead to death, often referred to as OSHA’s “Fatal Four”, all have the prospects to be greatly mitigated thanks to the automation of ARCS.
Less need for climbing
Fewer tools and objects
Reduced electrical work
No workers in build volume
ARCS has already been praised by OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) instructors for it’s potential to reduce construction-related injuries and fatalities.
Operates at a fraction of the cost of what is currently necessary to build a quality home.
With ARCS by SQ4D, building full-scale homes is now possible in hours, not days or months.
Our concrete compression strength tests exceed the industry standard by double.