I'm the Director of Business Development for ModSpace. I have more than 13 years of experience in sales and general management and I am responsible for the commercial sales and market development strategy for North America, which includes business development, market growth, and oversight of the execution of product and service solutions to meet the growing demand is these exiting channels.
The days of canvas tents and simple aluminum barracks are long gone for housing our nation’s armed forces, replaced in many instances with modular structures. Whether stationed Stateside or deployed overseas, the speed, portability and flexibility inherent in modular buildings make them ideal for the military’s constant need for efficient, reliable, and practical facilities.
May is Military Appreciation Month, and ModSpace is proud to have worked with the U.S. Armed Forces on several projects. Here are a few of which we are most proud:
Repeatable design: The process of using a single set of architectural designs to create multiple and identical buildings.
When it comes to choosing the right building method for you, here are three good reasons to give repeatable design a look.
1. Cost Savings
With repeatable design, you get to design once and use it as many times as you like. The design is a one-time investment. You pay once, and use that design time and time again. You may even find a builder Continue reading →
America is in the middle of a natural gas boom. Exploration and extraction opportunities in the oil and gas plays, among others, are creating new jobs in a down economy and with them the need for additional infrastructure.
Phil Davies, senior editor of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis’s fedgazette confirmed the trend in a video blog. “Rapid oil and gas development in the “oil patch” of western North Dakota and northeastern Montana has created huge demand for workers—not just in the oil fields, but also in a range of non-oil industries,” said Davies. Continue reading →
Now that the 2012 primaries and presidential race are heating up, we thought we would share some impartial facts and observations on where the candidates stand regarding natural gas development.
The Common Ground
All of the candidates agree that there is a vast amount of natural gas supply. They also agree that, if used appropriately, it could create thousands of jobs and lower gas and energy costs. And all candidates say strict regulations and forbidden drilling areas prevent us from using natural gas to our advantage.
Here is a brief overview on the 2012 presidential candidates’ opinions: Continue reading →
There’s plenty of talk — including us — around the Marcellus Shale and its current and potential impact on energy prices, jobs and the economy as a whole. But new and expanded oil exploration and extraction is getting started across the country; not just in Marcellus. Some industry experts are going so far as to call it the next “oil renaissance”. Continue reading →
New shale gas opportunities in the U.S. are no secret. Everywhere we turn, someone is talking about the impact of Marcellus, Bakken and the other big plays.
This week, in the first of three studies, IHS revealed the economic contributions of shale gas in terms of jobs, economic value and government revenues through 2035. The study also showed broader macroeconomic impacts on households and businesses.
The numbers are staggering, and we thought you might find the key findings interesting: