Emergency Response and Disaster Recovery

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No matter what industry you’re in, when disaster strikes – a terrorist attack, natural disaster such as an earthquake or tornado, or even burst pipes or a massive power outage – it’s crucial to keep vital services up and running. Facilities and products that can mean the difference between success and failure include

  • portable storage for emergency equipment and materials
  • specialized space (restrooms, security offices, mobile response units, etc.)
  • classrooms for uninterrupted service of students from damaged institutions
  • command centers for coordination during the situation
  • medical clinics
  • engineers’ offices
  • site offices and field offices


Mobile Offices

Mobile offices provide on-site temporary office and storage space and can serve as site, field, or engineer offices to help workers during recovery efforts. Used mobile temporary disaster recovery offices can be delivered in as little as hours or days in order to facilitate faster recovery. Generators, office space and equipment, and phone and Internet equipment are also available.
These offices are available for rent or sale, with short- and long-term rent/lease/buy options.

Modular Buildings

Command centers, medical clinics, emergency rooms, office buildings, and other large-scale buildings can be constructed with modular components. Modular buildings are a time-saving solution for space and storage needs because they are constructed in a manufacturing plant indoors in sections and then transported rapidly to the installation site. Modular building features sustainable building practices, enhanced speed and quality, and lower overall costs when compared to standard building construction.
Temporary buildings, consisting of wood-based materials as well as concrete and metal, are meant for short-term recovery needs and can be relocated (or removed) when no longer needed. Permanent buildings – built with steel and concrete, as well as wood, are intended for extended use over multiple decades. Used together, both types of modular buildings can help you get operations moving as fast as possible.

Storage Containers

Storage containers can hold emergency equipment and materials on-site or off-site, and can also be relocated as necessary. They can be delivered fast and customized for your specific space/size requirements, and provide security and ease of access during emergencies.

Portable Classrooms

Schools suffering damage from earthquake, tornadoes, or other disasters can benefit from modular classrooms, also called portable classrooms or modular classroom trailers. They come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes – from small individual classrooms to enormous multi-story buildings – and can be temporary or permanent installations, depending upon the severity of the incident and your specific needs.
Fortunately, there is a wide variety of education-oriented trailer options, including portable, permanent, technology-centric, and environmentally friendly. You get extra space quickly, relocation options, lower expenditures, and enhanced flexibility. Customization features include

  • ramps
  • steps
  • furniture
  • toilets
  • white boards
  • technology
  • decks