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Dripping Springs is a small hill country town located just outside of Austin, TX. This small town is seeing enormous growth and there has been a lot of change and construction going on in the past year. Mobile storage containers can be spotted at most construction sites- 20’ and 40’ storage containers are most common. You will also see jobsite office containers which are mobile storage containers that have been customized into ground level offices.
Since working with Falcon Structures, I have spoken with many superintendents and general contractors. Sometimes I meet them out at the job sites, or many times they will call in to us needing a mobile storage container. We work with all different types of construction companies including general contractors, electrical subcontractors, plumbing subcontractors, concrete subcontractors, mechanical subcontractors, custom builders, and many more. One may wonder how exactly all of these companies use the mobile storage containers and what they need them for. I began asking some of my contacts, and here's what I found out: