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Austin TX, May 19, 2022 – Falcon Structures, a shipping container modification manufacturer, earned the first-place award for the Permanent Construction Retail category at the World of Modular conference, hosted by the Modular Building Institute (MBI) at the end of April.
The MBI honored Falcon for their project The Pitch, a container-based food and beverage venue in Austin, Texas. The Pitch earned attention due to its innovative design utilizing twenty-three modified 40-foot shipping containers combined into several two-story structures. The units house concessions and community spaces that overlook the well-landscaped courtyard and the nearby pond through the wall-sized windows or open-air enclosures.
The MBI also awarded Falcon with an honorable mention award in the Permanent Modular Dormitory Over 10,000 square feet category. In affiliation with UrbanBloc, Falcon worked on the LifeMoves Mountain View interim housing community in Los Angeles, California. This community provides shelter to fourteen families and eighty-eight single residents.
About Falcon Structures
Falcon Structures is a market leader in modular, shipping container-based building. Since its founding in 2003, Falcon has committed to building a better world by pioneering the use of container-based structures. Falcon holds an ICC-ESR certification to repurpose AC462 compliant shipping containers into durable, mobile, and secure structures. Falcon products include climate-controlled storage, offices, living quarters, training facilities, industrial shelters, and code-compliant modules for container buildings. Falcon has manufactured container buildings of all sizes that can travel, adapt, and grow with projects regardless of industry, including the largest shipping container structure in the United States to date, the 122-container stadium, Fortress Obetz. For more information on Falcon and modified containers, please visit www.falconstructures.com.
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