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Netting Projects

 

 Olympic Stadium

Aviary (zoo)

 

APM Station

Fish Hatchery

Bridge

Historical Bank Building

 

 Canopy

 Hanger

Cooling Tower

 

 

 

Bird Spike Projects

 

Historical
Hospital

Shopping mall

Historical Building

 

 

 

Bird Wire (non-electrified) Projects

 

 

Hôtel du Parlement

Historical Archive building

Historical building

 

 

 

Electrical Bird Control Projects

 

 

Station Métro / Subway Station

Historical building

Forum

 

Netting

 

 

 

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MP Bird Control technicians installing ¾” black MP Netting underside and vertically

above stone wall of railway bridge in downtown Montreal as sidewalk

was almost impossible to walk on due to pigeon excrement.

 

 

Photo 14 : Airplane hanger

Problem:        Pigeons nesting over 165 foot wide airplane hanger doors.

 

Solution:         MP Bird Control technicians closing open area with ¾” MP Netting blocking access to any birds.

 

 

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Problem:        Pigeons, sparrows and starlings, nesting on overhead beams of two covered parking and loading areas of a utility company, making it practically impossible to maintain equipment and vehicles clean

 

Solution:         MP Bird Control installed 38,000 sq ft. of ¾” black polyethylene netting covering complete undersides of structures, excluding all birds.  Resealable (zippered) openings were provided for maintenance and inspection purposes.

 

 

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¾” MP Bird Control Netting custom made 108 ft. long x 48 ft. wide in one piece

for one section of canopy.

 

 

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View of loading area.  Due to complex installation of ventilation system over (30) zippered openings

Were installed to give access to lights, filters, motors, etc.  of each canopy.

 

 

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MP Bird Control technicians installing netting in bell tower and spikes in specific areas.

 

 

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Pigeon locked out of bell tower.

 

 

Photo 20 : Cooling tower on penthouse of roof of pharmaceutical building

Problem:        Pigeons nesting and roosting on and under water cooling tower.

 

Solution:         MP Bird Control completely enclosed area horizontally and vertically with 2” black polyethylene MP Netting (see photos: 5, 6)

 

 

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Photo 23 : Supermarket drive through canopy

Problem:        Pigeons and starlings nesting and roosting on beams causing serious problem of droppings on food carts and shoppers.

 

Solution:         1 1/8” stone colour MP Bird Netting installed horizontally and vertically to exclude birds.

 

 

Photo 24 : Fish hatchery located in Laurentian mountains North of Montreal, Quebec

Problem:        Gulls, kingsfishers and herons eating and injuring hundreds’ of trout.

 

Solution:         MP Bird Control built infrastructure (steel posts and cabling system) and covered entire hatchery with approximately 40,000 sq. ft. of MP netting to exclude all birds.  4” mesh was used horizontally and 2” mesh vertically (which was installed in a manner so as to give access to feed fish.  See photos 10, 11.

 

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2” MP Bird Netting installed vertically and in a manner so as all 50 foot sections slide

like a curtain to give access to feed fish.

 

 

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Bird Spikes 2000

 

 

 

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Bird Spike 2000 installed on all ledges of shopping mall and signs

Eliminating a 20 year pigeon problem.

 

 

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Bird Spike 2000 on and in all letters of signs where birds were

nesting and roosting.

 

  

 

 

 

Bird Spike 2001

 

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Bird Wire (non-electrified)

 

 

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MP Bird Wire (non electrified) system installed on all ledges of historical

bank building in Montreal.

 

 

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Example of bird wire system on historical bank building to stop pigeons from

loafing and roosting on ledges.

 

 

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Electrical Bird Control System

 

 

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Installation Historical mansion at port of Montreal.  Electrical bird control system installed on all ledges of building Including copola.

 

 

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Problem:        Pigeons roosting and loafing in rarely used fire escape of hospital. See photo 28

 

 

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Solution:         MP Bird Control cleaned and disinfected fire escape and then enclosed same with 2” MP Bird Net.  We also installed another fire door at bottom.

 

 

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Problem:        Pigeons nesting and roosting in broken ventilation system behind a restaurant.

 

Solution:         MP technicians cleaned and disinfected complete area behind 2 story building then horizontally and vertically closed off entire courtyard which was common to three buildings.

 

 

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An example of how ineffective a plastic owl was in area of photo 29, the pigeons

actually sat on its head.

 

 

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Example of roof flooded due to blocked drains and gutters caused

by nesting and roosting pigeons.

 

 

 

 

 

MORE ABOUT MP BIRD CONTROL SYSTEMS

 

THE BIRD CONTROL SPECIALISTS

 

MP Bird Control thanks you for taking the time to visit our website.

 

Many of the projects shown are of high profile and important buildings.  We have done this to demonstrate to you the level of workmanship that our company is able to achieve.  The same dedication and skill level is applied to every project we undertake, no matter what historic significance, if any, is attached to the structure.

 

We continually find that once an architect or building owner has used our services they invariably recommend us to their colleagues as well as specifying us again for their own future projects.

 

MP Bird Control can help you develop and implement a bird control plan no matter how large or small the project may be.

 

Our past projects are your reference.  If you would like your next project to be included in our portfolio,

call Toll Free 1-(888)-273-9111 or phone (514)-273-9111 or fax (514)-273-9165.

 

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