Falcon Structures Earns Arizona Building Certification
Austin TX, May 28, 2020 – Falcon Structures earned certification as a modular manufacturer in the state of Arizona, allowing them to manufacture and deliver code compliant projects across the state. This is the fourth state certification Falcon has earned within the past year. Falcon is committed to earning all available state certifications to better assist their customers across the country.
Just as Falcon Structures’ CEO, Stephen Shang, received the Arizona building approval, he began investigating the next state certification for Falcon to pursue.
I’m excited to see where these state certifications take us,” says CEO Stephen Shang. “Even though every state has a different approval process, our team at Falcon finds it worthwhile to apply for as many state certifications as we can to better serve customers nationwide.”
Shang goes on to explain that the importance of building within designated state guidelines. “Our team here at Falcon Structures strives to provide our customers with the best structure possible to help their businesses, which motivates us to pursue more certifications.” Shang continues, “by pursuing more state certifications, we are able to eliminate uncertainty our customers may have about repurposed shipping containers. We are also able to make their ordering and delivery process much easier when we adhere to their home state’s building code."
About Falcon Structures
Founded in 2003, Falcon Structures repurposes steel shipping containers into AC462 compliant modules for container-based buildings and also creates single container structures for living, working and storage. In 2016, Falcon manufactured 122 modified containers that were then stacked into a stadium called Fortress Obetz, the largest shipping container structure in the United States to date. Falcon’s growing client base includes major energy corporations, defense contractors, construction firms and the US Department of Defense.
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