Are you looking for government and U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) solutions to help with new construction or renovation? Do your needs include any of the following?
- mobile command centers
- recruitment offices
- barracks and dormitory housing
- medical clinics
- detention centers
- training areas
- testing areas/classrooms
- guard houses
If so, here are some of the best options for getting high-quality facilities up and running quickly, smoothly, and under budget.
If you need rapid delivery of a mobile command center or extra swing space, mobile offices can meet your demands. Mobile office trailers come in a variety of lengths and widths and provide on-site temporary office and storage space that can be customized with amenities such as stairs, ramps, additional storage space, and security measures, .
Offices are available for rent or sale, with financing including short- and long-term rent/lease and purchase options.
For government agencies in need of recruitment offices, detention centers, medical clinics, training facilities, or barracks, modular buildings offer cost-effective and environmentally friendly ways to create new facilities quickly. How does modular construction work, exactly?
Constructed in a manufacturing plant indoors, modular sections are then transported to the site for installation. This building process features sustainable (green) building practices, enhanced speed and quality, and lower overall costs for leasers or buyers. Depending upon your needs, either temporary or permanent modular buildings may fill the bill.
- Temporary buildings, constructed of wood with concrete and metal, are created for mostly short-term needs – a few months to a few years – and can be relocated (or removed) when no longer needed.
- Permanent buildings, built with steel, concrete and wood, normally last for decades and are usually set in their foundations. They can be moved, as well, but with more effort than their portable temporary counterparts.
Temporary units can be rented, leased, or bought, but permanent buildings are typically purchased outright. Lease options are available for permanent structures, too.
Government agencies often rent or purchase stand-alone storage space or office/storage combinations for protection of training materials, equipment, and the like. Options are available for on-site storage, storage at a provider site, or mobile storage containers for relocation and moving.
Suitable for testing areas and classrooms, modular classrooms – also called portable classrooms or modular classroom trailers – come in a wide variety of types and sizes, from small individual classrooms to multi-story buildings. There are many options to choose from, such as
- environmentally friendly
Customization options abound, with add-ons such as
- white boards
- green solutions (such as energy-efficient lighting, recycled floor and wall coverings, and renewable energy)
If you need rapidly delivered extra classroom space, relocation/moving options, low-cost configuration, and enhanced flexibility, portable classrooms are your answer.