Construction zones are common in construction sites, and are a great way to help attract workers.
A barnard is a sign that can be used to identify your building.
A sign is usually built on a fence with a large steel frame, and the sign is attached to the fence with wire and wire tie-downs.
The sign tells visitors that the building is being built and that workers are in the area.
When construction workers arrive, they usually see the sign.
The worker also can see the workers in the construction zone and, if they are in a car, they can see their vehicle parked nearby.
When a barnards construction zone is erected, it is very common to see construction workers wearing their construction uniforms, as a sign of respect.
In fact, a barnarding is usually erected on the property of the owner of the property, and then the sign will be erected over it.
Some barnards are also put up as a reminder to workers that they are being observed.
The most common barnards to be constructed are the barnards of the riverbank or of a lake, like the one pictured here.
The barnard of a riverbank usually has a white roof and a sign saying, “The water of the Missouri is not safe to drink,” and a red border painted on the top of the sign, like this one in St. Louis.
If you are interested in finding out more about how to construct barnards, check out our article, How to Build a Barnard Sign.