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The popularity of using repurposed shipping containers to create commercial and industrial space is growing at a tremendous rate. We're seeing COVID-19 testing and screening centers, check in stations, retail stores, offices and even "pop up" bars being made out of modified shipping containers. The versatility, lower cost, and safety of these containers make them perfect for a variety of projects.
Workers spend a majority of their time in their offices or workspaces. In fact, people may spend as much as 90% of their time indoors. With so much time being spent indoors and at work, businesses must provide a positive work environment.
Wilmot Modular collaborated with design professionals, engineers, and the marketing team to develop a branded space for supporting the customer’s growth. Structural elements were incorporated into the foundations and parapet roof system to allow for a future 2-story stair tower and observation deck to be added later.
At Wilmot Modular, we believe it's time to rethink how capital projects should be planned and executed. There are time saving and financial benefits to considering offsite construction.
Ryan Cantu, Director of Major Projects with Wilmot Modular, explains why you should highly consider our custom modular buildings to increase usable space on your site.
Wilmot provided design-build services for Hearst Elementary School in the District of Columbia Public Schools district. The original plan for the classroom expansion project was to provide a one-story building that would allow a second story to be added at a later date. Through team collaboration and value engineering, we were able to configure the structure to meet all program requirements in a single floor.
Schools are tasked with managing a student’s academic and behavioral success. However, the effects of overcrowded learning environments prevent students from performing to their highest potential. Physical school conditions are largely impacted when they’re at, or beyond, their intended capacity. Many schools that are overcrowded report less-than-adequate building conditions from poor air conditioning to safety hazards, such as air quality.
You’ve created a plan – you’ve involved your staff – you’ve put your plan to the test. Now it is time to identify the weaknesses in the plan and allocate resources to improve the program.
At the beach last weekend I was chatting with a neighbor who works in the IT department of a large company. They had a great disaster preparedness plan. The generators were set-up and tested regularly.
National Hurricane Preparedness Week (May 25-31)
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) issued their 2014 Atlantic hurricane season outlook this week. Their Climate Prediction Center is forecasting a near-normal or below-normal season. Good news for our neighbors – but that doesn’t mean we’re out of the woods!
The popularity of using repurposed shipping containers to create commercial, industrial, and residential space is growing at a tremendous rate. We're seeing “pop-up” bars, retail stores, industrial data centers, and even homes being made out of modified shipping containers.
Is Your Business Ready for a Natural or Human Disaster?
At Wilmot Modular Structures we care about you and your business. We hope that sharing this important information about Disaster Preparedness will encourage you to review your plan if you have one, or, take the time to create a plan now.
Disasters come in different shapes and sizes – Awareness and Planning are the keys to your Business’ Recovery.
There are so many ways that your business can be impacted by disaster – here are just a few to consider when creating a Disaster Management Program and starting the Planning phase of the project.