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Sturdy, weather-resistant and modular, repurposed steel shipping containers are suitable for an infinite number of industrial, military and workplace applications. Using heavy-duty ISO containers as a blank canvas, our engineering and design teams can customize these structures based on your unique goals and specifications.
Falcon Structure's Evaluation Service Report (ESR 4163), gives building code officials confidence in our containers. We streamline the permitting process by providing shipping containers approved for use as building materials under the ICC's acceptance criteria, AC462.
Falcon’s code-compliant shipping container modules make permitting of container-based structures for occupancy not only possible but streamlined and faster. Both you and local coding officials can be confident that our shipping containers are safe and structurally sound.
Developers, architects, engineers, general contractors and occupants of container structures need to be 100% confident the base building material used in a structure is safe, thereby passing code inspection more quickly and with less hassle. Falcon’s code-compliant containers ensure any code official can quickly and easily determine the containers used in a structure are code-compliant.
We're an experienced in-house container modification company that can provide and modify code-compliant container modules. Falcon Structures is also a resource for best practices and referrals to other container structure experts.
Architects have confidence that the project will not be stalled or rejected due to permitting issues. We can also offer guidance for creating structurally feasible container buildings.
Falcon provides a proprietary, detailed internal design guide of container technical specifications enabling engineers to confidently design a safe structure. We've already done most of the leg work when it comes to container research.
Our off-site manufacturing and on-site installation experience bolsters confidence in the timeline and execution of the overall project. Contractors can be confident our containers will be delivered on time and on budget.
While customers prepare the site, our production team modifies shipping containers in-house and then sends them out for delivery. Once the modules arrive onsite, local contractors assemble the conex containers like LegoTM bricks.
As illustrated in the infographic, simultaneously manufacturing the container modules as contractors prepare the site dramatically truncates the construction timeline.
When creating Fortress Obetz, Falcon Structures and local contractors assembled 122 of our modified conex containers into a three-story public gathering space in just 10 working days. Since the entire project was completed in less than a year – half the time traditional construction would have taken – the customer was able to profit months earlier thanks to the advantages of modular construction.
While customers prepare the site, our production team modifies shipping containers in-house and then sends them out for delivery. Once the modules arrive onsite, local contractors assemble the conex containers like LegoTM bricks. Simultaneously manufacturing the container modules as contractors prepare the site dramatically truncates the construction timeline on everything from stadiums to libraries.
Compress time to revenue by quickly assembling apartments and condos out of building code-compliant container modules. Modular construction makes developing even small awkward lots in urban locations a viable investment. Shipping container modules also require no oversize trucking permits. Develop everything from luxury condos to affordable public housing.
Get your business up and running with a container-based headquarters. Multi-story office buildings are fast to assemble and can even remain mobile with certain modifications. Falcon Structures itself is based inside an office building made from seven shipping containers and growing.
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