Inventory management is an unsung but critical part of running restaurants and cafeterias. To quickly add space for non-refrigerated ingredients like canned goods, more and more businesses are turning conex containers into restaurant storerooms.Read More
On a sunny Friday afternoon, Rocket Electrics cut the ribbon and opened an auxiliary location Austin’s Mueller community for their e-bike rental business. Opening the location marks another step in Rocket Electrics’ mission to save Austin from the woes of traffic by introducing e-bikes, bicycles with rechargeable electric motors. Based in a bright red shipping container modified and painted by Falcon Structures, the new rental location is 100% solar powered so Rocket Electrics can stay green as they grow.Read More
If you build single-family housing developments or manage multi-family properties, installing a mobile sales office at the job site typically makes sense. Unfortunately, traditional office trailers can look dated and reflect poorly on your brand. This is especially true if you sell or rent high-end properties to affluent clients. You may want to consider a portable shipping container sales office instead.Read More
No matter what kind of operation you oversee—whether you’re in construction or chemical engineering—you know that business has a way of evolving. Today you need more space. Tomorrow you’ll have less budget. Next year you might be developing an entirely new product line, or setting up shop in a new city.Read More
Portable storage buildings are necessary in a wide variety of industries—from retail and hospitality to education and healthcare. At Falcon Structures, we get diverse requests for shipping container storage units all the time. Below, we'll explore the issue of portable storage buildings made easy, and how containers can be incorporated into four diverse industries.Read More
In the food and beverage industry, having dry space to store non-perishable items is important. For example, restaurants tend to go through large amounts of commonly used drinks and foods like wine, condiments, and pasta each week, as well as non-food items like napkins and cups. Instead of ordering in smaller amounts or cluttering up an already crowded kitchen, steel shipping containers can be used for safe storerooms.