This unique, custom-designed project provides 22,000 square feet through 35 modular units configured in single and two-storey sections. The extensive complex includes a central courtyard and accommodates an interim mental health unit, day medicine clinic and physicians' on-call facility. Williams Scotsman collaborated with numerous contractors to incorporate distinct electrical requirements and essential health services systems including patient duress buttons, security cameras and card lock access doors.
ASU Chilliwack, the only Land Force Command Facility in the province, was in need of temporary space for classrooms as well as a change room/shower facility to support troop training. Williams Scotsman, a leading provider of mobile and modular space, was hired to provide 9,500 sq. ft. of portable space within a 2 month time frame.
Surrey Memorial Hospital is a regional centre for Fraser Valley and one of twelve hospitals under the jurisdiction of the Fraser Health Authority. It is the second largest hospital in British Columbia with the busiest emergency department.
In 2010, BC Place, home to the BC Lions of the Canadian Football League (CFL) and the Vancouver Whitecaps FC of Major League Soccer (MLS), was closed for major renovations.
The Ottawa Bluesfest is a 12 day outdoor festival that takes place every summer in downtown Ottawa. This festival showcases world class local, regional, national, and international musicians and has grown to become one of the largest blues festivals in Canada.
To accommodate an event of this size, Bluesfest organizers were in need of temporary space for artist's dressing rooms, production trailers, administration trailers and washroom facilities.
In January 2012, new legislation for mobile and modular buildings within nuclear generating stations was implemented.
In preparation for this legislation, Bruce Power Nuclear Generating Station was in need of new space to be used for engineering offices as well as housing for nuclear monitoring equipment- all of which needed to meet these new requirements.
Hydro One Networks, an electric utility servicing the Ontario market, required space to be used as field offices situated in remote locations across Ontario. These field offices were to be used at generating stations, distribution line project locations, and forestry project locations and were needed immediately.
La BFC Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu possède une longue tradition militaire qui date du 17e siècle. Ce qui était à l'origine un fort permettant à la colonie française de se défendre contre les Iroquois accueille désormais les Forces canadiennes et leurs infrastructures.
CFB St. Jean-sur-Richelieu has a long military tradition dating back to the 17th century. What began as a fort defending the French colony from the Iroquois Indians is now home to the Canadian Forces and their infrastructure.
Colt, now WorleyParsons, was in need of space to be used as a unisex lavatory for an expansion project they were working on at the Consumers' Co-operative Refineries Ltd. Project in Regina, Saskatchewan.
As the project progressed, Colt needed to be able to move these lavatories around the site, creating a need for units that could be easily relocated with minimal effort. Williams Scotsman, a leading provider of mobile and modular space, was hired to provide a solution.
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