Williams Scotsman | Mar 16, 2015
Immediate emergency response to minimize and remedy environmental damage called for temporary, modular spaces.
Williams Scotsman | Mar 9, 2015
Like many other energy hotbends throughout the continent, demand for modular structures isn't decreasing with oil prices
Williams Scotsman | Mar 3, 2015
After city officials waived certain zoning and density regulations, modular microunits smaller than 400 square feet are springing up in New York.
Williams Scotsman | Feb 23, 2015
The Welcome Center received rave reviews from the customer as well as community residents and potential buyers.
Williams Scotsman | Feb 17, 2015
Hawaii Modular Space, a Williams Scotsman company, designed temporary classroom space for the Pahoa and Keeau schools that would become displaced due to ongoing lava flow in Pahoa, Hawaii.
Williams Scotsman | Feb 5, 2015
How can 3D printing affect the building design and construction industry?
Williams Scotsman | Feb 2, 2015
If you work in the energy sector you’ve heard of Alberta’s oil sands. Located in Western Canada, Alberta is a province with an abundance of natural resources. Oil sands are located in three major areas of northeast Alberta spanning hundreds of thousands of miles.
Williams Scotsman | Jan 26, 2015
Having access to the right workspace is important, regardless of location. A comfortable, efficient and attractive workspace can make all the difference for workers. For Hydro One Networks, an electricity transmission and distribution company based in Ontario, establishing well-equipped field offices in various remote locations was essential to success.
Williams Scotsman | Jan 5, 2015
Two years ago, the global flat-pack furniture giant IKEA tasked its philanthropic arm—the IKEA Foundation—with an important initiative. The goal was to design adequate modular shelters for people in refugee camps throughout the world. With a nearly $5 million investment, the foundation partnered with the United Nations Refugee Agency to develop and deliver secure and energy-efficient modular shelters to children and families in refugee camps around the world.
Williams Scotsman | Dec 29, 2014
Predictions and forecasting are well underway as we approach a new year. Pick up any magazine, flip through a newspaper or read a blog post and chances are you will find content that tries to paint a picture of what’s in store for 2015. From robots taking over to China’s economic slowdown, there is a surplus of information from the proverbial crystal ball.