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Pacific Mobile Structures is Now Serving Arizona  

Pacific Mobile Structures is fully operational and now serving the State of Arizona. As the industry leader in leasing and selling modular structures, Pacific Mobile Structures is providing Arizona with high-quality mobile office space, permanent modular construction, and storage solutions including restroom and shower facilities, sales and retail offices, break room and conference space, relocatable classrooms, permanent modular construction, administrative and cooperative office buildings, medical clinics, and assembly and institutional space.    

“We are thrilled to be expanding into the Arizona market and serve the Grand Canyon State. No matter your individual requirements, you can be assured you’re working with a relationship-driven, construction-savvy, experienced firm. Large enough to deliver on big, complex projects almost anywhere in the western United States, Texas, and Arizona. But family-owned and privately held. Which means you’ll never catch us cutting corners or compromising on service to please shareholders,” said President and CEO of Pacific Mobile Structures, Garth Haakenson.  

Sales manager, Brian Nowell, recently joined the Pacific Mobile Team and will be pioneering the Arizona expansion. He has spent 23 years in the modular construction industry. His background includes work history at a Modular Factory; Dealers including General Electric; ModSpace and Design Space Modular Buildings. He has served as a Factory Estimator, Fleet Manager, Branch Operations Manager, Territory Sales Manager and Branch Sales Manager. Along the way he has chaired committees for Safety and EHS, and Customer Satisfaction and Audit Compliance. The entirety of Nowell’s career has been spent in Arizona and as a result, he has excellent knowledge of Arizona Building Codes and Permit and Inspection processes.

 “Pacific Mobile Structures has long been known to place a high value on the customer experience. I share the same philosophy in my day-to-day approach and that made joining the team a very easy decision. The customer-first experience is reflected by the speed of communication; the exceptional quality standards for our modular buildings and the hassle-free process of doing business with Pacific Mobile Structures. I’m excited to serve the State of Arizona and while placing our sharpest focus on the customer,” says Nowell.  

Nowell and his team are currently in the State of Arizona with fleet and ready to lease. This will be Pacific Mobile Structures’ tenth branch location in addition to their branches in Chehalis, Washington; Oregon City, Oregon; Marysville, Washington; Pasco, Washington; Boise, Idaho; Spokane, Idaho; Ceres, California; Menifee, California; and San Marcos, Texas. 

To learn more about Pacific Mobile Structures’ offering in Arizona, call 480.616.1358. 

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