Temporary Warehouse Structures for Military & Government
We’re a veteran-owned small business with extensive experience in building temporary warehouse structures for the military and government.
We have provided excellent products and services to the military, local and federal governments for many years. These warehouse building projects are completely unique in size and scope. Temporary Warehouse Structures has worked with numerous government agencies and contractors on projects both large and small. We are proud to create the best value using taxpayer dollars for each facility.
Our structures have been used as LAMS or Large Area Maintenance Shelters. We commonly provide our turnkey warehouse building setup to be used as temporary firehouses, military vehicle maintenance shops, permanent base distribution centers, and training centers. We have all the necessary DUNS, ORCA, NAICS, SIC, CAGE codes, certifications, insurance, approvals, and records to bid on any government RFP.
Additional Features and Accommodations
Each business and agency has unique requirements, and we have the experience necessary to provide the right temporary warehouse structures for the military and government. We can install features such as steel personnel doors and HVAC systems to allow the building to be used as a lunch tent or a training center. The structures can also utilize warehouse roll up doors or industrial lighting to allow it to be used as an equipment storage space or a material distribution center.
With decades in this business, Temporary Warehouse Structures has exceptional knowledge on the building and construction process. Each location has unique building codes regarding temporary structures, and we help our customers navigate the complex process. After calculating the structural load for each temporary structure, our certified structural engineer can produce the proper reports to present for the building department to review. Our goal is to provide a hassle-free experience to our customers, and we will guide you through each step of the permit acquisition process.