Mobile Modular (formerly Design Space’s Modular Buildings) Spotted All Across New Williston Basin International Airport Site

May 27, 2021 by Cam Bob

Williston, North Dakota, the epicenter of the Bakken shale boom, has experienced exponential growth over the last decade. Technological advances in oil and natural gas extraction industries, including horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing, have contributed immensely in the quest of energy independence for our country. “Boomtown, US” was in desperate need of a new airport to support increased air traffic. Those of us flying in and out of Williston can attest to that!

Mobile Modular (formerly Design Space Modular Buildings) & Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti Team Up To Create Permanent Homeless Shelters

May 27, 2021 by Cam Bob

Several dozen homeless people chosen by outreach workers will enter a cluster of new trailers close to downtown’s historic El Pueblo this month, the primary step toward getting them into permanent housing.

For mayor Eric Garcetti and Mobile Modular (formerly Design Space Modular Buildings), the move-ins also mark a first step of more housing units to come.

Mobile Modular (formerly Design Space Modular Buildings) Selected Once Again to Build Custom Shelters by Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti to Fight Homelessness – Venice Beach, CA

May 27, 2021 by Cam Bob

In continuing efforts by the Mayor of Los Angeles Eric Garcetti to fight homeless problems, Venice California became the new site to build a temporary home to local homeless population.

The initiative, called “A Bridge Home” project, demands a quick turnaround from its partners capable of building safe and functional facilities while meeting its legal and environmental standards.

California Highway Patrol partners with Mobile Modular (formerly Design Space Modular Buildings) to Build Housing in the Desert

May 27, 2021 by Cam Bob

In a very remote area of California’s vast desert plains lies a long stretch of a busy highway.  And in the midst of the endless dirt flats, there’s a small community of homes where three California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers reside with their families.  Mobile Modular (formerly Design Space Modular Buildings) was selected to rebuild this community.

F&M Bank Partners with Mobile Modular (formerly Design Space Modular Buildings) to Build a Mobile Bank

May 27, 2021 by Cam Bob

Founded over 100 years ago, F&M Bank has served many Californians’ banking needs. When their Turlock, CA branch decided to go through major renovation work, they needed a quick and secure solution to provide a temporary bank that would continue servicing their local customers without interruption.

F&M Bank needed a mobile bank built to their specification that is secure yet quick to deliver. Mobile Modular (formerly Design Space Modular Buildings) once again delivered, fast and ready for their customers.

California’s Psychiatric Care Facility Provided Additional Space to Expand

May 26, 2021 by Cam Bob

When National Psychiatric Care and Rehabilitation Services (NPCRS) needed to expand their specialized inpatient treatment program in Manteca, CA, they contacted Mobile Modular (formerly Design Space Modular Buildings) to provide an administration building to facilitate this expansion. This expansion allowed for additional in-patient treatment rooms and created additional office space for their administration operations. They operate 7 in-patient treatments centers throughout Northern California.

LAX Police’s New HQ Project Supported by Mobile Modular (formerly Design Space’s Modular Buildings)

May 26, 2021 by Cam Bob

Construction began in 2019 for Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to build a new headquarter facility and a parking structure for its Airport Police unit.  The project was a large $180 million 2 year project led by long time Mobile Modular (formerly Design Space Modular Buildings) partner General Contractor who it selected to deliver 48’x120’ (8 floor multiplex), 10’x40’ Restroom Trailer, and a 12’x44’ singlewide mobile office trailer to be used during the job.

Largest Wind Farm in USA

May 25, 2021 by Robby Pedraza

In 2010, the first phase of what is to become a mega wind energy source began its construction in Mojave, CA. Over the following decade, the site added multiple phases to become the largest wind energy project in the nation. It is also the second-largest in the world capable of producing wind energy over 1,500 megawatts (MW)!