» Transport combined both trucking and barging of units to remote location.
» 225-person housing complete with kitchen/dining, recreational/gymnasium facilities etc.
» Factory manufacturing of 115,000 sq. . in 12 weeks.
» Modules include meeting spaces, o ces, storage and a vault for the town council.
» Truss design allowed for an additional 6’ porch to be built on site outside of the modular footprint while still utilizing a roof system provided by in the plant.
The Hillsborough Royal Canadian Legion su ered a tragic loss when the existing Legion building was struck by fire. The supply and delivery of a new finished Legion to replace their past building was required ASAP. They were also in a bind and needed a job in a hurry, while wanting to work within the network of members and community to provide for the finished work and setup of the building. This would help the client benefit from donations, and encourage the support of the whole community in rebuilding a shared landmark for festivities such as weddings, dances and community events.
» Kent provided a time-sensitive solution for a community recreation centre that had been destroyed by fire in late August.
» In-floor radiant heat was installed throughout all four modules in the plants with only hook ups required on site.
Atlantic Wallboard Limited required the supply and installation of a finished laboratory/o ce enclosure within an existing warehouse. This project was time-sensitive as the laboratory needed to be onsite and useable for the end of August in order to meet the demands of a new production facility that was going into operation.
» Unit was installed inside an existing structure.
» Laboratory environment required sound, temperature and air quality control.
» Exterior and interior finishes are chemical and damage resistant.
East Coast Catering Ltd. required the design, fabrication and supply of a workers’ accommodation to house employees during a drill platform retrofit. The camp was to include sleeping accommodations c/w private washrooms for both labour and management forces for 120 employees, as well as lounges and laundry areas. All of these facilities were contained in 20 modules.
The project was time-sensitive as the installation of these units had to be finalized to align with the platform shutdown and employee arrival in Bull Arm, Newfoundland. From contract signing to completed modular product available for delivery, there was only a 9-week timeline.
» From contract to shipment, units were manufactured in 9 weeks.
» Units contained private bathroom accommodations for both labour
» Completed 120-man accommodation in 20 modules.
East Coast Catering Ltd. required the design, fabrication and supply of a workers’ accommodation to house employees of the Sche erville mining camp. The camp, located in northeastern Quebec, was to include sleeping accommodations c/w private washrooms for both labour and management forces for 73 employees. Being remote in location, this camp also needed to provide full dining, kitchen and recreation facilities for all employees, as well as lounges and laundry areas. All of these facilities were contained in 26 modules.
The 73-man facility was then transported over rail by the client’s logistic company to the remote town of Sche erville, Quebec, where it was installed with heavy equipment to house the force needed for the direct shipping ore expansion.
» Product was shipped via rail to the remote town of Sche erville, Quebec.
» Units are private accommodations for both labour and management personnel.
» Completed 73-man accommodations in 26 modules.