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Our free guides contain valuable information to help you decide whether a shipping container is right for your business. Learn about industry-specific applications and download step-by-step how-tos in our ebooks for designing and maintaining your container. We're always happy to answer your questions.
Falcon Structures offers both a line of standardized container-based products as well as custom shipping container modifications. The following case studies exemplify how Falcon helps customers resolve operational pain points with modified ISO shipping containers.
Storage space, work space, movable space, secure space – whatever the problem, whatever you need it for, shipping containers can be the solution. Our webinars will walk you through what you should consider before purchasing your next container.
Storage space, workspace, movable space, secure space - whatever the problem, whatever you need it for, shipping containers can be the solution. This short, 30-minute webinar will walk you through what you should consider before purchasing your next container.
What can containers do for your business? Decide if containers are right for you with our short webinar, Fast Answers to Frequently Asked Questions. Condense hours of research on shipping container structures into just 30 minutes, as Falcon CEO, Stephen Shang guides you through common inquiries.
Are you in the process of designing a shipping container workspace? Whether you’re just beginning or well into the planning stages, this 30 minute, on-demand webinar will make your process easier. Falcon Structures' Director of Sales, Mike Combs, will walk you through the important steps to take so you can create the structure that is right for your company.
Aimed at code officials, developers, and those working on large scale container projects, this webinar provides answers to the evolving code landscape. Thanks to work led by the MBI’s Container Task Force, an end to confusing building code is in sight.
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The coding landscape for shipping containers has evolved significantly with AC462 and coming additions to chapter 31 in the 2021 version of the International Building Code. Falcon Structures' CEO, Stephen Shang, explains the significance of these milestones and more in this presentation.
Falcon Structures manufactures its portable container buildings in-house at our facility just east of Austin, Texas. Take a video tour of our facility, our most popular floor plans, modification options, real-world examples, and how-tos.
A shipping container is an inherently cost-effective, strong and secure solution for functional, mobile space - even before modifying it at any level. No other structure can meet that criteria. Learn the 7 reasons why you should choose a shipping container.
Shipping containers can be utilized for commercial, industrial, housing and institutional applications. Uses include storage space, office space, breakrooms, industrial enclosures, workforce housing, hunting cabins and more.
When containers arrive at our facility, we ensure they meet our strict criteria for quality prior to beginning any work. If you’d like, you can even visit our location and pick the exact container you’d like us to use.
We only sell to small businesses, large corporations and government/military.
Falcon is proud to offer pre-engineered shipping container products with standard options that meet or exceed most requirements. Should additional customizations be required, we’re happy to consult with you to provide a solution.
Yes, we have many standard floor plans for a variety of applications. We offer simple configurations for easily accessing and organizing storage space - including climate controlled storage. For offices, living or other functional space, we have floor plans which have been refined over thousands of projects to reflect what works the best for most people. Contact us for floor plan diagrams.
A quick consultation will allow us to understand your needs and in turn, we will provide a quote for your approval. Before production, however, you’ll receive and approve drawings to ensure the container is produced to your specifications.