Tag: turn-key

BCOI Awards Master Purchase Agreement to Satellite Shelters

BCOI has awarded Satellite Shelters, Inc. a new Master Purchase Agreement for the supply of Field Office Trailers. Satellite Shelters, Inc. will provide Bechtel with a single point of contact and coverage throughout the continental United States. Satellite Shelters, Inc. is a privately held, Veteran-Owned, Small Business headquartered in Minneapolis, MN with branch offices across […]

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Satellite Shelters’ Strategic Alliance Agreement with The Shaw Group

As of May 18th, 2010, Satellite Shelters, Inc. has been selected for a Strategic Alliance Agreement with The Shaw Group, Inc. This agreement will enhance the business relationship, already shared by the 2 companies, and make the ease of doing business between them even better. “An agreement like this, between our 2 companies, will raise […]

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Satellite Shelters Wins NJPA National Contract for Modular Solutions

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – NJPA CONTRACT ANNOUNCEMENT Staples, MN – May, 2010 An industry-leader in providing temporary and permanent Modular Space Solutions, Satellite Shelters, Inc. has been awarded the contract for “Portable/Modular Space Solutions” by the National Joint Powers Alliance (NJPA). The contract was approved on February 18th, 2010 and is available nationally to all […]

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Increasing Deposits and Market Share With New Construction Method

Whether it is the speed of the Internet, customer response time or production process – speed is the tool that helps business capture market share. Using the speed of modular technology can mean the difference between an average performing location and a highly profitable location. The modular building institute (www.modular.org) is good resource for finding a modular building partner. An anonymous author once said, “There are no speed limits on the road to success”.

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Responding to Changing Patient Needs with Modular Technology

Building Economics: Theory and Practice accentuates the changing face of building construction today. “We no longer build buildings like we used to, nor do we pay for them in the same way. Buildings today are… life support systems, communication terminals, data manufacturing centers, and much more. They are incredibly expensive tools that must be constantly adjusted to function efficiently. The economics of building has become as complex as its design.” And modular construction technology is at the forefront of function and efficiency.

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