This flex office colocation building allows for a more efficient and productive work environment. The modules use for this specific type of building allows for maximum flexibility as the client can configure and arrange the building just the way they want. The specific building photos and design featured on this page is just one example of how our clients not only maximizes the collaboration across the various departments within a construction company, but also improved the overall demeanor of employees by allowing them to collaborate under one roof.
These mobile offices are ideal for large companies looking to have all operations near the job site and under one roof.
New units can be made to order. Prices, layouts and availability may vary by location. Optional upgrades are available upon request. Contact sales representatives for details.
(hitch will add 4' to length)
What size do I need? (Single, Double, or Triple Wide)
How many people do I need to accommodate?
How much space do I have?
Is the site where I'm placing the office truck accessible? (Is the site clear of obstacles that may impede a truck from reaching the set location?)
Is the site flat and level? ( What type of terrain am I setting the building? Does it need to be prepped?)
Do I need restrooms? If so, I am responsible for calling a plumber to set up my septic system.
Do I need electricity in my office? If so, I am responsible for calling an electrician to hook up my electricity.
We are known throughout the industry for being synonymous with quality, craftsmanship, and value for over 48 years. Our top-of-the-line manufacturing process and our personalized services has set us apart for all these years.
We can take care of everything! All operations: design, engineering, planning, manufacturing, transportation and assembly of your building can all be done in-house. We are a true one-stop shop for modular building construction.
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