Case Study: Conex Water Treatment Equipment Enclosure
Key Goals: Reduce Costs and Downtime
Unlike containers, traditional stick-built equipment enclosures take longer to build and deploy because they are built onsite from the foundation up. Stick-built solutions are also more expensive and waste more materials. Once the clean-up project is finished, the crew moves on to the next site and the water treatment equipment enclosure is abandoned. Consequently, none of the dollars invested in materials and labor to build a new enclosure at each of the hundreds of sites can be recouped or “reinvested.”
The Solution: A 40-foot Mobile, Containerized, Industrial Equipment Enclosure
Inherently modular, clients can easily move shipping container enclosures from one pond to the next once a cleanup is completed. WesTech reduced client costs considerably because there was no longer a need to build a new enclosure at every pond, and their modified shipping containers usually require no special foundation or skirting.
Key features of Falcon’s proposed enclosure solution for WesTech included:
One added benefit for WesTech? Significant reduction in paperwork and other project related hassles.
A WesTech project manager told Falcon he issued an estimated 60 purchase orders for a previous system. Since Falcon manages all duties and processes related to the design and manufacturing of the shipping container solution, we eliminate the need for contracting with multiple vendors. Our one-P.O. ordering process saves WesTech valuable time, headaches and money.
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