Jul 25, 2007

School Swapping Modulars To Save Time And Space

Old school modulars moved to churches and other places in need

Here at the Modular Maven we've been helping public and private schools remove unwanted or unneeded portable classrooms, school modulars and trailers and relocating them to schools and churches that need them. This service has helped hundreds of schools free up space for new construction through removing 24'x 40' or 24'x60' relocatable school modulars from their campuses that were once needed for classrooms, band rooms, science labs and offices. Other schools in need of space have been purchasing these units and paying minimal fees to have them installed, cleaned, tuned up and prepared for students and teachers.

"This service has helped save thousands of dollars in removal fees and gave our school district some great press as we helped a neighboring district with their space requirements," says one Southern California school facility manager. "We have three more portables being removed next week and two schools have placed requests to have them delivered," he added.

Schools should visit www.iModular.com to inquire about this service.

Jul 19, 2007

Williams Scotsman Makes Huge Move In Modular Business

What is new in Modular business

Williams Scotsman announced today that it has agreed to be acquired by the parent company of a French modular construction firm in a deal valued at $2.2 billion.

I just received this from the Baltimore Business Journal:

Baltimore-based Williams Scotsman, a modular business (NASDAQ: WLSC), which provides mobile storage containers and modular office structures to the construction industry, is fetching $1.24 billion in cash, or $28.25 per share, in the deal with Ristretto, the Luxembourg-based parent company of Algeco, considered a leader in the European space rental market.

2007 has been a huge year for the modular building industry.

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