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Product Snapshot: Modular Construction Trailer and Indoor Work Platform

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New to the North American construction market, Moduflex is a modular trailer unit that can be linked in multiple configurations, including side by side, lengthwise or vertically, one atop the other, up to a height of three stories. The units can be stacked using a standard forklift or an on-site crane and demand no special equipment to link together; structural fasteners for vertical stacking are integrated into the units' frames and do not require new penetrations. The fully panelized units are pre-wired with electrical, CAT-6 and telephone connections, and they meet all current energy-efficiency standards. Each unit features double-glazed windows, reinforced floors and galvanized steel frames as well as a ceiling height of more than eight feet. Williams Scotsman; 800-782-1500;
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This week we look at a modular construction unit from Williams Scotsman and an indoor work platform from Genie. Click to begin the slide show.


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