Panel Built, Inc. Now Offering In-Stock Guard Houses and Prefabricated Shelters
Panel Built, Inc., a modular construction company with over 20 years of experience in the industry is offering a way to deliver modular solutions even faster. Panel Built is introducing all new, in-stock units for a select line of products, making their lead times even shorter.
Panel Built’s current in-stock products as of 3/15/2018, consists of one Quick Ship model guard booth with 4 feet by 4 feet. Constructed from Panel Built’s 3-inch-thick wall panels, the unit consists of a two sided steel skinned wall panel with a polystyrene core. With windows on three sides and a picture window door on the other, the building provides the attendant inside with a 360-degree field of vision.
Additionally, Panel Built has a 5 feet by 10 feet steel bus shelter that is ready to ship. This heavy-duty shelter is designed to withstand practically any environment with its welded steel frame and tinted, tempered windows. It comes with a 130-mph wind load and a 25 psf snow load rating, making it compatible for both coastal and frigid climates.
With the high demand for Panel Built’s modular structures, the new In-Stock line provides an options for the customer base that needs space solutions as quickly as possible. Since Panel Builts units are fully fabricated, they can simply be off-loaded from the truck at the job site, anchored into place, hooked up to a power source (when needed), and it is ready to go. These units offer the absolute quickest and most convenient modular guard shack and bus shelter solutions on the market today.
Panel Built was founded in 1995 by brothers Pat and Mike Kiernan and began with the construction of pre-manufactured buildings. Today, Panel Built offers a complete line of custom modular offices, mezzanines, security booths, pre-assembled exterior buildings, and cleanrooms. As one of the fastest growing modular construction companies in the United States, Panel Built's sole mission is to provide customers with "A Better Way to Create Space."