Generating revenue right out of the gate is critical to the success of every new business. With costly inventories and high demand for the latest models, the countdown to ROI is especially important for auto dealers. Watch this short testimonial to hear how one auto dealership started selling sooner with a modular sales office.
Mobile offices can be delivered and operational before new home construction projects break ground. These modular structures are easily customized to meet any need, so home builders can effectively manage projects onsite and start selling sooner. Watch this short video to see a typical setup of mobile offices at a new home construction site.
Modular buildings can be added quickly and almost anywhere on a school campus. They’re great for keeping learning on track during renovations, after natural disasters or when additional space is needed due to overcrowding. Watch this video to see an example of how to set up school campuses with modular classrooms and administrative buildings.
Used office trailers can be a faster, more affordable alternative to building new. They come in a range of sizes and are easily customized to virtually any need. However, like commissioning the construction of a new building, buying used still requires several considerations. To help you find the right building and get your project up and running sooner, here are some tips for buying used office trailers.
The process for finding and buying used office trailers can be broken down into four parts: budget, permitting, intended use and timing.
As with anything else, knowing your budget before you go shopping is essential. Much like buying a new or used car, shopping for a used office trailer has several [Read more…] about Tips for Buying Used Office Trailers
There’s little doubt that the drones are here to stay for construction. Though their safe and legal use among other air traffic and over pedestrian areas is a growing concern. The Drone Act is part of the FAA Modernization and Reform Act passed by the U.S. Congress in 2012. It requires the FAA to “fully integrate the use of drones into U.S. airspace by 2015.” Several regulations have been passed as a result. Here’s what you need to know before using a drone on a construction site.
Know Before You Fly
FAA has enacted strict regulations regarding the commercial and private use of unmanned aerial systems (UAS), or drones in all shapes and sizes, including remote [Read more…] about What You Need to Know Before Using a Drone on a Construction Site