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Prefab Shelters Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of prefab shelter manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top prefab-shelter manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find prefab-shelter companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture prefab-shelters to your companies specifications. Then contact the prefab-shelter companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of prefab storm shelters, wood prefab garages, transit shelters, or customized prefab shelters of every type, this is the resource for you.

Leading Companies:

  • Santa Ana, CA 800-394-7699

    As a manufacturer of modular buildings, including inplant modular offices, exterior steel buildings, guard buildings, fork liftable and crane liftable buildings, multi-level buildings and mezzanines, Abtech offers turnkey installations or packages for install by end user. Our modular structures are constructed of steel, are free-standing & manufactured under strict quality control methods.

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  • Harrison Township, MI 800-394-6599

    Our prefab shelters are designed to meet a broad spectrum of needs and conditions. They may shelter employees, customers, passengers, or equipment. Our shelters were made to handle any job! We are proud to present our product made of galvanized steel construction making it rugged yet available for relocation as needed. Our experts are able to engineer these shelters to be any size although 5’ by 14’ is standard. To learn more contact our company today!

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  • Blairsville, GA 800-636-3873

    Since 1995, Panel Built has been a leading manufacturer and distributor of modular buildings. Our booths and partitions are available in a wide range of materials including solid phenolic, metal powder-coated, and high-pressure laminate. Panel Built also has an extensive list of washroom accessories including, but not limited to waste receptacles, combo towel waste unites, and grab bars. If our product line does not have exactly want you are looking for, contact us to learn more about how we can create a custom modular building to fit your needs. Contact us today!

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  • Calera, AL 888-608-1173

    For over 20 years, Rose Office Systems, Inc. has been a leading manufacturer in the modular building industry. We offer a wide variety of modular buildings including commercial office space, modular medical clinics, and specialty healthcare buildings. Rose Office Systems prides ourselves on our high quality, cost efficiency, and quick turnaround.

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  • Mansfield, TX 817-473-9376

    Ramtech is a design-build modular builder of temporary and permanent facilities for education, healthcare, commercial, and government users. Based in the Southwest, we are experienced in providing in-house design, manufacturing and construction for small, mid-size and large-scale modular projects.

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  • Corona, CA 800-959-0878

    If you are in need of a modular building then you have come to the right place. Customer satisfaction is paramount to our company and we take extra steps to make your experience with us a positive one. We are recognized as a business leader and our success is based off your success. Contact us today for your next project and let us add you to our list of satisfied customers.

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Prefab Shelters Industry Information

Prefab Shelters

Prefab shelters are modular buildings built to provide shelter of some sort. The word “prefab” in their name stands for “prefabricated,” which means that they were built in part or in whole and assembled in part or in whole in a factory separate from the site where they reside.

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Applications of Prefab Shelters

Prefab shelters are used in many industries, including:

  • Automotive
  • Construction
  • Electronics
  • Emergency Services
  • Medical Services
  • Military and Defense
  • Refrigeration
  • Storage
  • Telecommunications

Among the many applications for which prefab shelters are commissioned, some of the more common ones include: ADA compliant restrooms, bus stop shelters, various types of booths, machine enclosures, emergency triage and medical treatment centers, plant houses, pump houses, remote electronic shelters, security enclosures, storm shelters, smoking shelters, and storage sheds.

One of the most recent developments in the prefab shelter world is the creation of solar powered prefab shelters, which were developed to house the increasing world population of refugees and are in the early stages of implementation. The goal of energy efficient solar refuge shelters is to provide refugees, particularly women and children, with higher levels of safety, security, and sanitation in places known for bad lighting, poor security, and disease. They are further being set up to provide sustainable refuge and shelter individuals transitioning out of homelessness. Using solar power to light and power them, these prefab shelters are designed to last in good condition for years, as opposed to months, and be much more affordable for refugees, low income individuals, and relief organizations alike to maintain.

Prefab Shelter Design and Customization

Prefab shelters provide reliable basic shelter at an affordable price. Typically, they are composed simply, consisting of a lightweight aluminum or steel frame, panels, and a roof. Other materials from which the frame may be constructed include precast concrete and bulletproof steel. Panels, which help the shelter stand up to weather elements, such as wind, rain, extreme temperatures, and humidity, are usually made from materials like glass, polyvinyl, or fiberglass reinforced plastic. Prefab shelters may additionally be outfitted with features like windows or shelves, which can be custom fit to any given application. Note that custom fitting does slow down turnaround times and increase costs. They are likewise delivered with all the components necessary for their successful functioning, such as electrical wiring, heating and cooling, walls, plumbing, interior finishes, and floor trusses.

Benefits of Using Prefab Shelters

Due to their modularity, prefab shelters may be used as not only permanent spaces, but also as relocatable buildings or temporary/portable spaces. They can also be used indoors or outdoors and can function as standalone buildings or as part of an existing building system. Because they are delivered to a work site fully assembled, partially assembled, or in assemblable pieces, it is extremely easy to put together and install prefab shelters and integrate them into a space if needed. In fact, not only are they easy to install, but they can also be installed very quickly; prefab installation can be completed up to 80% faster than conventional construction.

No matter the exact application for which they are chosen, prefab shelters offer their users highly advantageous levels of flexibility and control over the construction of their site. They are easy to install, expand, and relocate. At the same time, because they are factory assembled, they guarantee customers the peace of mind that comes with factory controlled quality. Because they are built according to a strict factory timetable, prefab shelters are built much more quickly than other buildings and incur fewer surprise extra costs. Thus, they save customers a significant amount of time and money, two things that can be critical to some applications, such as emergency services, disaster relief, or social services.

Choosing the Right Prefab Shelter Manufacturer

To learn more about how a prefab shelter might benefit your application or get specifics regarding timelines and costs, discuss your specifications with a trusted prefabricated building manufacturer today. Such a manufacturer will make sure that your building is built from materials with sufficient strength for your application, that your building has all the components (like electricity or air conditioning) that it needs, and that it adheres to any and all local, national, and industry building codes to which it is beholden. Not sure where to start? No worries! Begin by browsing the list of prefab manufacturers near the top of this page. All manufacturers with whom IQS partners are reputable, skilled, and experienced.



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