Rising real estate costs and new opportunities in oil and gas are fueling a rise in rural development. It’s forced energy companies, developers and contractors down a road less traveled. They need onsite offices in remote places to manage their projects, meet with their teams and escape harsh weather.
But the road less traveled is often windy, narrow and riddled with potholes. Traditional construction trailers are built on steel frames, but their wood structures don’t fare well on rugged roads. Frequently, the rolling behemoths can only pass after costly efforts to grade and widen the road.
Now, there’s a better option.
Steel-framed ground-level offices, like the ModSpace HQ, are stronger, more durable structures and delivered by flatbed truck, so navigating tough terrain is a far easier task. Once onsite, the nimble 8’x20’ mobile office needs only a level surface and power source before its 100% operational. No anchoring, no steps or ramps, or other setup required. For larger projects, multiple HQs can be connected side by side, or even stacked up to three stories high, creating an onsite office to suit any need.
Rural construction projects still present challenges, but with ground-level offices like the HQ, managing your project and giving workers a place to rest doesn’t have to be one of them.